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Co-Founder and CTO
Dr. Kathleen Dahlgren is Founder and CTO of Cognition Technologies.
She has been a senior computational linguist at IBM, where she led the development of a natural language understanding system and is currently an adjunct professor of Linguistics at UCLA.
She has a Ph.D. in Linguistics and a post-doctorate in Computer Science from UCLA.
has published a number of scholarly articles on the subjects of linguistics and computer science, and is author of the book Naive Semantics for Natural Language Understanding.
is the co-author of Cognition's seminal patent (1998), and received the Small Business Innovation Award from the U.S. Army
is one of the designers of Cognition's semantic engine and high-precision/high-recall search engine.
She has led Cognition to expand into text analytics and sentiment analysis, and to broaden the semantic engine into the domains of biomedicine, law, finance, energy, entertainment, etc.