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This page is dedicated to BrainGene (previously known as Mambo), computer program which creates novel words on a selected subject. BrainGene is my Ph.D. project done at Nicolaus Copernicus University under scientific supervision of Prof. Włodzisław Duch. The idea of artificial word creator was conceived around summer of 2005, in the middle of 2009 I was granted a scholarship (see below) which hopefully will allow me to boost the development of BrainGene.
BrainGene is thought as a word-artist — its purposes vary from creating user logins to inventing product names for the companies. You can try out limited on-line version or contact me to get more details or to run customized query for you on the local machine.
You can try on-line demo (with limited options).
The result of our project could emphasis role of our region in innovation and/or hi-tech area. Advanced technologies bring new products and services to the world economy, but it is crucial whether the given solution is unique. The successful project based on artificial intelligence techniques could help our region in competition with other scientific centers in Poland. Our project is ready for commercial usage — it is useful to any company interested in bringing new product or service to the market. It helps in reducing the costs and shortening the time of introducing product/service to the potential customers.
The statement below is a verbatim quote from scholarship agreement in Polish, so my apologies for inconvience:
Praca naukowa współfinansowana ze środków Europejskiego Funduszu Społecznego i Budżetu Państwa w ramach Zintegrowanego Programu Operacyjnego Rozwoju Regionalnego, Działania 2.6 „Regionalne Strategie Innowacyjne i transfer wiedzy” projektu własnego Województwa Kujawsko-Pomorskiego „Stypendia dla doktorantów 2008/2009 – ZPORR.