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Semantics at SAP or why apple computers don’t taste sweet

You might remember Semantics at SAP. Given that another of my team mates in the Technology Strategy team, namely Matthias Kaiser, just sits in the office next door, I asked him if he could tell us a little about semantics, too.

Mathias is specialized in natural language processing and as a chief architect for semantics he gives in the interview some general explanation around semantics and why it is relevant for the software industry.

At the end of the interview Matthias already proposes to do another interview with me where he wants to explain a little more around the topic of self evolution and self learning of computer systems.

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  • Rui,

    thank you for opening the doors of Walldorf a bit to the rest of us. seems like great conversations are taking place behind them. Mr Chomsky would be proud as he was looking at these problems in the 50’s even though he has gone into other areas since then, though.

    because those apples need company i started to drink some Cocoa recently, and it turns out to be a younger brother of good old C.

    P.S. Wie viele Sprachen du sprichst, sooft Mal bist Du Mensch.