In 2015 Martin returned to work after having generated interest for Enguage, but little investment.
In 2013, Enguage was implemented in Java on Android in the form of a demonstration app which manipulates lists using NLP.
In 2012 the first prototype of natural language processing with Enguage was completed in C.
Martin attained his PhD from The University of Reading in 2011, after which he began to develop Enguage.
In 2005 Martin started his PhD at The University of Reading, this was when Enguage was first concieved.
Semiotics is the study of symbolism, which helped set the ground work for Enguage technology.
In 1999 Martin attained his MPhil from The University of Lancaster.