October 16, 2007 08:00 ET

The State-of-the-Art in Human Language Technologies Will Be at GEOINT 2007

MCLEAN, VA--(Marketwire - October 16, 2007) - AppTek, a leader in human language technology (HLT), will show audiences at this year's GEOINT Symposium the latest advances in the field of Human Language Technologies (HLT). AppTek will be in booth #515 and will have on display products for automated speech recognition, text processing, universal communication, and machine translation and data exploitation.

AppTek's products are designed to be a natural complement to analysts and linguists who can use the tools to automate certain time-consuming functions that will help them identify the key information or content that truly requires their attention. Speaking about the value of these technologies to users, Mudar Yaghi, AppTek's CEO, said that, "So much time could be saved in trying to identify and process critical information by using these assistive technologies. These tools can help analytical personnel use their energies more effectively and also help ease their workload."

AppTek has been providing the Intelligence Community with language technologies for many years and has helped customers achieve successes in their various missions. The Company has long-standing relationships with its customers because of the advanced products it provides and the high level of service and commitment it delivers.

About AppTek

AppTek is a developer of human language technology products with a complete suite for text and speech (voice) processing and recognition. The Company also leads major research and development efforts to further the advancement in the field of developing better methods and technologies in the field of HLT. AppTek's product offerings include machine translation (MT) and automatic speech recognition (ASR) for a growing list of more than 23 languages; multilingual information retrieval with query and topic search capabilities; name-finding applications; and integrated suites providing automatic speech recognition and machine translation in media monitoring of broadcast and telephony speech as well as handheld and wearable speech-to-speech translation devices.

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