Kiev Laboratory for Artificial Intelligence

Kiev Laboratory for Artificial Intelligence

The Kiev Laboratory for Artificial Intelligence (NeuroTechnica) is a research institute in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine.



  • Speech recognition,
  • Speech synthesis,
  • Prototype of the system to understand text in a natural language,
  • Recognition of the hand-written information,
  • Optical character recognition,
  • System of the automatic construction of
  • Spellcheckers for arbitrary linear languages,
  • Translation systems with elements of the semantic analysis,
  • Translation memory,
  • Vocabularies,
  • Systems of training to languages,
  • Web robots,
  • and others.

Current project "Veliar-3"

  • the system to understand text in a natural language,
  • program-instrumental system of automatisation of programming


    • language support Cprolog,
    • construct logics support Veliar-2,
    • filemanager Fmgr,
    • text editor Fedit,
    • language support Perl-6,
    • language support Lisp-13,
    • language support Common-Lisp,
    • language support CLIPS,
    • primary key hierarchy database support BTIO,
    • database support BerkeleyDB,
    • connection support with С-compilers.

Previous projects

  • "Veliar-2" - further development of the basis project,
  • "Veliar" - programming language, for developing systems of "Artificial Intelligence" class,
  • "Gebe Deutschunterricht" (Teaching German) - multimedia system,
  • Cossack "3D speaking head" (Cossack - multimedia programm with mimics for speech synthesis)

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