|Tuesday, October 27, 2009|
|International Language Machines Announces iHAL|
|Savyon, Israel – October 27, 2009 - International Language Machines Ltd. (ILM), a subsidiary of Artificial Intelligence Research (http://www.a-i.com) announced today its intention to port and release the HAL technology on mobile devices.|
The new product, presently code-named "iHAL", will be available on a number of mobile operating systems, starting with iPhone OS for iPhone and iPod Touch.
ILM expects to port the full functionality of the HAL technology, including authoring of new virtual personalities and making them available to other users.
iHAL will be the second product released by ILM, after SpellMaze, expected to hit the market this quarter.
International Language Machines Ltd. (ILM) is a subsidiary of Ai and of Kessler communications Ltd. The company develops Natural Language-related software products.
Artificial Intelligence Research (Ai) is a privately funded research project, focusing on implementing Artificial Intelligence in conversational systems: technology that enables machines to converse with humans in natural language. Ai's research facility is located in Savyon, Israel.