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Boris Katz, born in Kishinev, Moldavian SSR, Soviet Union (now Chișinău, Moldova) is a principal research scientist (computer scientist) at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and head of the Laboratory's InfoLab Group. His research interests include natural language processing and understanding, machine learning and intelligent information access. His brother Victor Kac is a mathematician at MIT.
- A Knowledge Entry System for Subject Matter Experts: The goal of SHAKEN project is to enable subject matter experts, without any assistance from AI technologists, to assemble the models of processes and mechanisms so that questions about them can be answered by declarative inference and simulation.
- Exploiting lexical regularities in designing natural language systems
- Word sense disambiguation for information retrieval
- HIKE (HPKB integrated knowledge environment)- a query interface and integrated knowledge environment for HPKB
- Quantitative evaluation of passage retrieval algorithms for question answering
- Sticky notes for the semantic web
- Question answering from the web using knowledge annotation and knowledge mining techniques
- The role of context in question answering systems
- Clara Katz; Soviet émigré saved ailing granddaughter
- "The START Natural Language Question Answering System". start.csail.mit.edu. Retrieved 2016-11-05.
- "A Knowledge Entry System for Subject Matter Experts". Artificial Intelligence Center. SRI International. Retrieved 2013-06-13.
- Boris Katz Web Page
- Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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