1993 - 2013. Our research staff wrote anniversary articles on topics they are passionate about. These pieces may be about a field of research, a movement or trend, an opinion piece or tribute.
- Will the next great lost civilization be ours? by Jean-Pierre Chanod.
- A tribute to visual words and how they revolutionized computer vision by Diane Larlus and Florent Perronnin.
- Computer science meets journalism by Matthias Galle.
- Can 'made up' artificial languages help computers translate real ones? by Claude Roux
- Do you act like your computer (designer) thinks you ought to? by Jacki O'Neill
- Will translation ever be fully automated? by Marc Dymetman
- How economics and machine learning can tackle transportation congestion by Eduardo Cardenas, Stephane Clinchant, Chris Dance and Onno Zoeter
- Do computers need grammar books too? by Agnes Sandor
- Monks and markup by Herve Dejean
- Xerox's living lab: the customer's role in our innovation process by Patrick Mazeau
- How machines can learn what humans interpret: adapting probabilistic topic models to natural language by Cedric Archambeau
- How natural language technology is helping advance medical science and patient care by Denys Proux and Caroline Hagege.
- Experience design: the path from research to business by Yves Hoppenot, Caroline Privault and Antonietta Grasso.
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