Kurzweil Technologies

Kurzweil Technologies, Inc. (KTI) is a research and development company creating and marketing technologies for pattern recognition, artificial intelligence, evolutionary algorithms, signal processing, simulation of natural processes, virtual reality, and related areas. Kurzweil "firsts" include the first omni-font optical character recognition (OCR), the first CCD flat-bed scanner, the first text-to-speech synthesizer, the first print-to-speech reading machine for the blind, the first music synthesizer capable of recreating the sounds of the grand piano and other orchestral instruments, the first commercially marketed large vocabulary speech recognition, and the first live virtual performing and recording artist.

Articles on KurzweilAI.net that refer to Kurzweil Technologies

Are We Becoming An Endangered Species? Technology and Ethics in the 21st Century By Washington National Cathedral
Singularity Chat with Vernor Vinge and Ray Kurzweil By Vernor Vinge and Ray Kurzweil
Ramona: Questions and Answers By Ray Kurzweil
$500,000 Lemelson-MIT Prize awarded to futurist who makes a career of helping others By Lemelson-MIT Program
The Story of the 21st Century By Rebecca Zacks
Nanotechnology: What Will It Mean? By Ralph C. Merkle
Are You Ready for a Virtual Reality? By Joyce A. Schwartz
Kurzweil's Law By Paul Boutin
How to Enjoy the Brave New World of Genius Computers By Bottom Line/Personal
Technology Fear Factor By Daintry Duffy and Sari Kalin

News Articles that refer to Kurzweil Technologies

Leading Book Distributor and K-NFB Reading Technology Team Up to Deliver Immersive, Next-Generation Reading Experience
Kurzweil unveils e-reader at CES with full-color multimedia across various platforms
AI experts hold briefing on A.I. movie
Are We Becoming an Endangered Species? Technology and Ethics in the 21st Century [Event]
Fifth Alcor Conference on Extreme Life Extension to profile cryonic breakthroughs
Drexler to speak at Alcor conference
Simulated patient helps prepare military medical care teams for bio/chem warfare
Kurzweil Technologies and National Federation of the Blind premiere the world's first portable reading machine for the blind
Geoethical Nanotechnology workshop to explore uploading, mind-machine interfaces
The Tech Museum names K-NFB Reading Technology one of 25 laureates

Related Links

Kurzweil Technologies
Kurzweil CyberArt Technologies