History of Enguage

2019
January 1

The Best Is Yet To Come…

2016
November 7

Won the British Computer Society Prize for AI

2015
November 7

Returned to Work

In 2015 Martin returned to work after having generated interest for Enguage, but little investment.
2013
November 7

Android Prototype

In 2013, Enguage was implemented in Java on Android in the form of a demonstration app which manipulates lists using NLP.
2012
November 7

First Prototype

In 2012 the first prototype of natural language processing with Enguage was completed in C.
2011
November 7

Attained PhD

Martin attained his PhD from The University of Reading in 2011, after which he began to develop Enguage.
2008
November 7

Initial Ideas to Support NLP

2005
November 7

Started PhD

In 2005 Martin started his PhD at The University of Reading, this was when Enguage was first concieved.
2002
November 7

Found Semiotics

Semiotics is the study of symbolism, which helpedĀ  set the ground work for Enguage technology.
1999
November 7

Attained MPhil

In 1999 Martin attained his MPhil from The University of Lancaster.