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London, UK -- March 31, 2004 -- InfoTame Corporation today announced that its award-winning artificial intelligence software, originally developed by the KGB for filtering their global knowledge database, is now available in the UK.

InfoTame is a powerful artificial intelligence software engine which can rapidly analyze billions of text documents and extract information based on its significance (rather than ìfrequencyî of key words). The software can essentially ìunderstandî and find significant concepts and ideas in large volumes of information, and then summarize, categorize and correlate hidden patterns, in seconds. This is unlike traditional search engines which depend on keywords and Boolean queries.

Our software truly extends the capability of the human mind, said Paul Cheng, Managing Director of InfoTameís UK office. Law firms, investment banks, market research professionals, forensic accountants, academic researchers, news organizations and people who need to read and analyze massive amounts of text now have access to a powerful weapon against the problem of information overload.

InfoTameís software has been battle-tested by the KGB for many years on extremely large databases scalable to many terabytes ñ in multiple human languages. The softwareís underlying technology remains a closely guarded secret but uses mathematical techniques derived from high-energy particle physics.

InfoTame maintains one of the worldís largest teams of mathematicians in Moscow, in addition to sales offices in London, New York and San Francisco.
Press contact:
Paul Cheng
For information:
Phone: +44 20 7262 8797
Fax: +44 20 7262 4688

UK website:

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