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Language and Machines: Computers in Translation and Linguistics (1966)

Chapter: Appendix 20. Persons Who Appeared Before the Committee

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix 20. Persons Who Appeared Before the Committee." National Research Council. 1966. Language and Machines: Computers in Translation and Linguistics. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9547.
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Appendix 20 Persons Who Appeared Before the Committee June2-3,1964 E dmund Glenn, Department of State Jules Mersel, Bunker-Ramo Corporation September 30- October 1, 1964 Franklin Clark, President, Language Service Bureau, Inc. Theodore Schaeffer, Free-lance translator Kurt Gingold, President, American Translators Association Howard Steensen, Translation Director, F. W. Dodge Company Thomas Miller, Director, Joint Publications Research Service Charles Zalar, National Science Foundation December 9-10, 1964 Vincent Giuliano, Arthur D. Little, Inc. Stephen Pollock, Arthur D. Little, Inc. Ernest R. Sohns, National Science Foundation March 17-18, 1965 Paul L. Garvin, Bunker-Ramo Corporation Gilbert King, The Itek Corporation J. C. R. Licklider, The IBM Corporation David Lieberman, The IBM Corporation Warren Strohm, The IBM Corporation Winfred P. Lehmann, The University of Texas 124

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