The WordLogic Predictive Keyboard draws upon established, built-in linguistic databases as well as a special personal database that is customizable to each user’s preferences and needs. Thus, enterprise users can program the Predictive Keyboard to recognize and access company-specific information and unique terminology in concurrent databases.
The more the technology is used, the “smarter” it becomes – adjusting to the user by learning and storing inputted text. Examples of data that can be stored include frequently used words and phrases, as well as names, email addresses, and phone numbers, which could be particularly beneficial to business users who want to keep their contacts’ information close at hand. The Company believes that helping people enter custom information (e.g., names or frequently used strings of repetitive text up to 150 characters, including spaces) or preapproved paragraphs is an important application of this technology.
WordLogic’s software offers support for customized, professional semantic databases and special terminology, such as for the journalism, medical, engineering, scientific, and legal communities. As well, consumers may capitalize on the Predictive Keyboard as an assistive device in situations where there are learning disabilities, such as dyslexia, or where English is a second language.