Dr. Ramin Assadollahi
Ramin Assadollahi is a computer linguist, clinical psychologist, entrepreneur and inventor.
He studied computer linguistics at the IMS of the University of Stuttgart. During his student research project at University College London he worked on alternative speech recognition methods. He then received his PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Constance and the University of Cambridge.
His early research and inventions resulted in the world’s first next word prediction software for mobile phones (in 72 languages).
In 2000, he founded ExB as an innovation laboratory for language processing software products.
Ramin Assadollahi is the author of numerous research papers. Fields covered by these are semantics, linguistics, neuroscience and Natural Language Processing. He also holds several patents in the field of machine language processing.
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