Media & News

  • 8/21/2021  Check out a demonstration of our Enterprise NLP natural language based search engine, the worlds fastest and most precise search engine optimized for research 

  • 1/26/2021  Noonean formally welcomes Dr. Anthony J. Rehm to our advisory board

  • 11/20/2020 At KMWorld Connect 2020, Noonean was pleased to be declared one of the key technologies for knowledge management and our EnterpriseNLP search to be "the future" by knowledge management expert Dr. Anthony Rhem. Watch it HERE

  • 11/3/2020 Lucidworks discusses how Noonean EnterpriseNLP and Ontology Builder (Top Search Optimizer) can solve complex problems related to precision and relevancy. Read HERE

  • 11/2/2020 Noonean was selected out of hundreds of companies to be part of the first 15 companies to launch with Fundr out of over 450 companies - "Our proprietary AI technology helped us select these 15 companies from over 450 global startup applications."

  • 6/15/2020 Noonean Announces ACE - the Advanced Conversational Engine, more human like voice conversations based on our NMGE engine. This is an embedded product and will be available in products announced later this year such as

  • 3/4/2020 Read this excellent article from Intel AI group on Why Bert Fails for NLP

  • 9/16/2019    PwC Awarded "Best Workplace Search Implementation" 
EnterpriseNLP was one of the key technologies which helped PwC win best of show at the 2019 Lucidworks Activate conference.  Demonstrating advanced use of AI, Signals, and NLP, PwC beat out 100 competitors. PwC is an early adopter of our advanced NLP technology and utilizes it for enterprise search connecting people with millions of documents and NLP answers.

  • 2/20/2018: Project 47 boasts 1 PetaFLOPS of compute power at full 32-bit precision delivering a stunning 30 GigaFLOPS/W, demonstrating dramatic compute efficiency.1 It boasts more cores, threads, compute units, IO lanes and memory channels in use at one time than in any other similarly configured system ever before. 

  • 1/19/2018  Founder Gianna Giavelli mentioned as a genetic programming pioneer in NewsMax article  
A Software That Evolves Itself
Richard Grigonis, Newsmax,

"While John Holland and his students were perfecting genetic algorithms, his colleagues (such as Nichael L. Cramer, John R. Koza and

Gianna Giavelli
) were founding the even more mind-boggling field of “genetic programming,” a similar evolutionary machine learning technique that can evolve and optimize a population consisting of entire computer programs designated to perform a task such as designing an electronic device, playing a game, predicting the movement of the stock market, etc."