Bill Mann

Bill Mann

William C. "Bill" Mann was a computer scientist and computational linguist, the originator of Rhetorical Structure Theory and a president of the Association for Computational Linguistics . He is especially well known for his work in text generation. Wikipedia*

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Bill Mann has two videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 2001 Senate Committee as a Senior Analyst for the Motley Fool.

Appearances by Title:c. May 9, 2002 - Present Senior Writer, Investment, Motley Fool Videos: 1 c. December 19, 2001 - Present Senior Analyst, Motley Fool Videos: 1

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  • Investor Summit Part 1

    Investor Summit Part 1

    As part of an information symposium about the Securities and Exchange Commission’s regulatory agenda in the wake of recent…

  • Financial Collapse of Enron

    Financial Collapse of Enron

    Witnesses, including several retirees, testified about the issues surrounding the collapse of the Enron Corporation. Among…

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