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“Technologies that Actively Alter Actualities”
As amicus curiae (in German an official function named “Vereidigter Sachverständiger”) Peter Schnupp lost much time researching and reconstructing complicated contexts and dependencies in Software Engineering and Technology. The information obtained on-site and in talks with the representatives of the involved parties must be checked thoroughly by exhaustive research, in specialised document as well as in general knowledge bases. German judicial rules forbid him to delegate this task to assistants, even specialised ones. The reason for that restriction is simple: judges must trust in the special experience spent not only in the written report but even more so in the preceding professional research. Traditional search engines turned out nearly useless even the most sophisticated ones cannot find semantically relevant documents when simply fed with one or more search words.
So the AIQ people helped BING to reach a new level of sophistication: with some novel AI Software, the WisARD, it now finds and presents semantically relevant articles and concepts by processing some longer, professional text fed in by the researcher. The time spent? No more than formerly lost in vain Googling for some conjectured keywords.
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