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Research and Academic NLP Stuff

  • We need to go beyond the web
    Cegłowski, a web designer, wrote a beautiful essay called “Web Design: The First 100 Years“. His essay starts with a review of the aerospace industry… Back in 1965, it looked like aerospace was the future. Each successive plane went faster than the previous one. At that rate, by the early twenty-first century, we would be [...]
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  • Going beyond our limitations
    The nerds online are (slightly) panicking: it looks like Moore’s law is coming to an end. Moore’s law is the observation that microprocessors roughly double in power every two years. The actual statement of the law, decades ago, had to do with the number of transistors… and there are endless debates about what the law [...]
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  • Why Apple, Google, And Samsung Want To Lock You In With Wearables
    Guest author Christian Cantrell is a developer, blogger and science fiction author.Chances are you're either an iOS person or an Android person. Chances are also pretty good that whichever platform you’re currently using, you will remain faithful come upgrade time. Mobile devices, it turns out, are a little like political affiliation, ice cream preference, and James Bond fandom: Most of us find something we like, weave it into our identities, then vehemently defend it.But every once in a while…
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  • Should My Kid Learn to Code?
    Posted by Maggie Johnson, Director of Education and University Relations, Google(Cross-posted on the Google for Education Blog)Over the last few years, successful marketing campaigns such as Hour of Code and Made with Code have helped K12 students become increasingly aware of the power and relevance of computer programming across all fields. In addition, there has been growth in developer bootcamps, online “learn to code” programs (code.org, CS First, Khan Academy, Codecademy, Blockly Games,…
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  • How to Extract Insight from Images
    “Photos are the atomic unit of social platforms,” asserted Om Malik, writing last December on the “visual Web. “Photos and visuals are the common language of the Internet.” There’s no disputing visuals’ immediacy and emotional impact. That’s why, when we look at social analytics broadly, and in close-focus at sentiment analysis — at technologies that discern and […]
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  • How to Machine-Learn Meaning in a Visual Social World
    Given the importance of visual social media, key tasks include extracting text from an image, identifying the most representative media images, face detection, similarity clustering, and contextual analysis. The aims are audience insights, innovation, brand strategy -- the extraction of value from social data.
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  • Simple techniques to improve your health in 2015
    We do not have nanobots yet to repair our arteries and neurons. This will come, but we might have to wait to 2050 or later. We do have stem cells, the next best thing, and they are commonly used to fight cancer and improve your skin… but it will be a long time before they [...]
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  • Facebook's Gender Equality Update: Why Icons Have Meaning
    Icons are deceptively complex. The best ones have clean, basic graphics. But even simple outlines can pack a lot of meaning and nuance—particularly when those images depict people.People are tricky. And representing a whole group of them with a single icon can get complicated.For Facebook designer Caitlin Winner, that wasn't an excuse—that was a challenge she accepted.See also: How This Bathroom Sign Supports Women In TechThanks to Winner, Facebook recently updated its people icons. Its lea…
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Inf. Retrieval and Text Mining News

  • Complex search strategies for systematic review
    Last month I published a post describing our research into the use of complex search strategies in the workplace, and how we were undertaking a programme of quantitative research with respondents from a number of sectors. This work is progressing nicely, and we’re now moving on to the second part of this phase. This time […]
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  • Recurrences
    Read more about «Recurrences» [...]
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  • An off-road vehicle for time series classification
    Read more about «An off-road vehicle for time series classification» [...]
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  • CBMI in Praha
    Read more about «CBMI in Praha» [...]
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  • Call for Forschungskooperationen/Research Cooperations
    Read more about «Call for Forschungskooperationen/Research Cooperations» [...]
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  • How do recruiters search?
    A little while ago I published a post describing an InnovateUK-funded project investigating the use of complex search strategies in the workplace, and how we were undertaking some qualitative research interviewing professionals from various sectors. I’m pleased to report that this work is progressing nicely, with some good outputs so far (which we are happy […]
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  • ICLR 2015

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  • Visual / graphic designer needed
    This could be my shortest ever blog post, but then again, brevity is the soul of wit… I need a visual designer to breathe life, character and identity into a new breed of search app. We have a working prototype, and now want to add a professional look & feel to our own foundations of […]
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Linguistics

  • Call for papers: Experimental Approaches to Arabic and other understudied Languages (EXAL+) at NYU Abu Dhabi
    The NYU Neuroscience of Language Lab (NeLLab), New York University Abu Dhabi, and the NYU Abu Dhabi Research Institute are pleased to sponsor Experimental Approaches to Arabic and other understudied Languages (EXAL+) at NYU Abu Dhabi January 14-17, 2016. EXAL+ aims to bring together research broadening neurolinguistic and psycholinguistic horizons via the inclusion of languages or dialects not typically included in experimental investigations. EXAL+ will include 30 minute talks and posters based…
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  • Sortie.
    Time for another Languagehat Reader Survey! On the radio news this morning they mentioned a sortie (‘combat mission’) and pronounced it sor-TEE (stress on the last syllable). I had been aware of that pronunciation, since it is given as the second option in dictionaries, but I have always pronounced it SOR-tee (stress on the first […]
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  • Pinyin with Chinese characters
    Matt Keefe came across this sign on a San Francisco streetcar in April: Unlike the pinyin on this umbrella bagging machine, the pinyin on this sign not only is accompanied with Chinese characters, it also comes with tones marked and with proper spacing: Zhège zuòwèi yǐ bèi jìnyòng chū yú ānquán yuányīn. Qǐng bùyào zuò zài […]
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  • A quick exit for Cantonese
    On his blog, "Throwing Pebbles", the journalist Yuen Chan describes how hard it is nowadays to find a decent elementary school in Hong Kong that offers instruction in Cantonese, rather than in Mandarin: "Mother-tongue Squeezed Out of the Chinese Classroom in Cantonese-speaking Hong Kong" (7/22/15) This despite the fact that Cantonese is the mother tongue […]
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  • Spice lists
    Today xkcd: Mouseover title: "The Earth's five major mass extinctions were the Posh Extinction, the Sporty Extinction, the Scary Extinction, the Ginger Extinction, and the Baby Extinction." There are many other possibilities, for example Frontal Spice, Parietal Spice, Occipital Spice, Temporal Spice, Limbic Spice, Insular Spice Terminal Spice, Olfactory Spice, Optic Spice, Oculomotor Spice, Trochlear […]
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  • PFL vs. IFL
    Emily Landau, "Why Person-First Language Doesn’t Always Put the Person First", Think Inclusive 7/20/2015: There are two main types of language used to refer disability: person-first language and what is known as identity-first language (IFL). PFL as a concept originated among people who wanted to fight back against stigma. In a society that perceived disability […]
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  • The Nearest Thing to Life.
    The publisher was kind enough to send me a review copy of The Nearest Thing to Life, by James Wood; I always turn to Wood’s reviews eagerly (though I often find myself arguing with them) — he’s very well-read, acutely sensitive to the qualities of good writing, and (most important) an excellent writer himself — […]
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  • a 'foreign spelling' test for GloWBE corpus
    In blogging, I rely a lot on the Global Web-Based English corpus, GloWBE, which has millions of words of internet data categori{z/s}ed by the country of the website. It's divided into excerpts from 'blogs' (which includes comments on blogs) and 'general', which includes all sorts of things, even some blogs. It's an invaluable tool for judging whether a word or phrasing is used in a particular place. But national borders are very weak on the internet, and commenters comment on all kinds of things…
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Natural Language Processing on YouTube

How is NLP used to improve patient outcomes and clinical efficiency?
Data is at the heart of healthcare transformation, but 80% of it is unstructured. Clinical NLP turns text into actionable patient insights. Linguamatics is the world leader in innovative health...
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Meet CLiX - Clinical Insights Animation
An animation created for Clinithink introducing its patented Clinical Natural Language processing engine.
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Foundations of Statistical Natural Language Processing - Capítulo 1.
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Foundations of Statistical Natural Language Processing - Capítulo 1.
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Computer Assisted Coding Market worth $3.5 Billion by 2019
http://my.brainshark.com/Computer-Assisted-Coding-Market-worth-3-5-Billion-by-2019-896020882 - The report “Computer Assisted Coding Market by Software (Natural language processing, Structured ...
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All About - Neuro-linguistic programming (Extended)
What is Neuro-linguistic programming? A documentary report all about Neuro-linguistic programming for the blind and visually impaired or for homework/assignment. : Not to be confused with...
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NLP Products and Companies

  • Hippo CMS and Nuxeo: What You Need to Know About WCM and ECM Interoperability
    Combining web content management and digital asset management platforms allows you to create the best customer experience for visitors across all channels. WCM platforms such as Hippo offer unprecedented mechanisms to connect with website visitors and DAM platforms like Nuxeo manage digital assets in a central repository.The post Hippo CMS and Nuxeo: What You Need to Know About WCM and ECM Interoperability appeared first on Nuxeo.
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  • Nuxeo Introduces Openly Available On-Demand Training
    Nuxeo University offers viewers unlimited access to Nuxeo Platform video trainingThe post Nuxeo Introduces Openly Available On-Demand Training appeared first on Nuxeo.
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  • OLE 2015 – 2ª Competición Lingüística de España
    Hoy, 3 de julio de 2015, se han realizado la entrega de trofeos de la OLE 2015, la presentación y la jornada de entrenamiento al equipo internacional que representará a España en la 13th International Linguistics Olympiad (IOL) en Blagoevgrad, … See more →
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  • Nuxeo Platform 7.3 Released: Automates Elasticsearch Security, Integrates With Google Drive & Dropbox
    This latest release from Nuxeo, Nuxeo Platform Fast Track 7.3, brings about integration with cloud file sharing platforms, secure Elasticsearch queries with built-in permission checks, better branch management and new options to store files locally or in the cloud.The post Nuxeo Platform 7.3 Released: Automates Elasticsearch Security, Integrates With Google Drive & Dropbox appeared first on Nuxeo.
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  • Nuxeo Platform 7.3 Integrates with Google Drive and Dropbox; Automates Elasticsearch Security
    Nuxeo’s latest Fast Track release bridges the gap between cloud-based Enterprise File Sync & Share Systems (EFSS) and Enterprise Content Management (ECM) applications; enables Elasticsearch query development with built-in permission checking The post Nuxeo Platform 7.3 Integrates with Google Drive and Dropbox; Automates Elasticsearch Security appeared first on Nuxeo.
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  • Nuxeo Webinar to Help Developers Prepare for Dramatic Changes in Application Architecture
    New York, June 17, 2015 – June 24 session with Craig Le Clair to focus on changes in application architecture and software development strategy.The post Nuxeo Webinar to Help Developers Prepare for Dramatic Changes in Application Architecture appeared first on Nuxeo.
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Information Retrieval Companies

  • Centralized Log Management and Monitoring for CoreOS Clusters
    If you’ve got an interest in things like CoreOS, logs and monitoring then you should check out our previous CoreOS-related posts on Monitoring Core OS Clusters and how to get CoreOS logs into ELK in 5 minutes.  And they are only the start of SPM integrations with CoreOS!  Case in point: we have recently optimized the […]
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  • Solr Training in New York City — October 19-20
    For those of you interested in some comprehensive Solr training taught by an expert from Sematext who knows it inside and out, we’re running a super hands-on training workshop in New York City from October 19-20. This two-day workshop will be taught by Sematext engineer — and author of Solr books — Rafal Kuc. Target […]
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  • Growing a Beard (or “How I wrote my first useful Node project”)
    [Note: this post was written by Sematext engineer Marko Bonaći] Stage setting: Camera is positioned above the treetop of one of three tall poplars. It looks down on the terrace of a pub. It’s evening, but there’s still enough light to see that the terrace is sparsely populated. Camera slowly moves down towards a specific […]
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  • Tomcat Monitoring SPM Integration
    This old cat, Apache Tomcat, has been around for ages, but it’s still very much alive!  It’s at version 8, with version 7.x still being maintained, while the new development is happening on version 9.0.  We’ve just added support for Tomcat monitoring to the growing list of SPM integrations the other day, so if you […]
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  • Introducing Logsene CLI
    [Note: this post was written by Sematext engineer Marko Bonaći] In vino veritas, right?  During a recent team gathering in Kraków, Poland, and after several yummy bottles of țuică, vișinată, żubrówka, diluted with some beer, the truth came out – even though we run Logsene, a log management service that you can think of as […]
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  • Elasticsearch Training in New York City — October 19-20
    For those of you interested in some comprehensive Elasticsearch and ELK Stack (Elasticsearch / Logstash / Kibana) training taught by experts from Sematext who know them inside and out, we’re running a super hands-on training workshop in New York City from October 19-20. This two-day, hands-on workshop will be taught by experienced Sematext engineers — […]
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NLP Jobs (NLP People)

  • Research Scientist, Machine Learning & Signal Processing
    Oculus is a world leader in the design of virtual reality systems. We are currently seeking innovative researchers with a passion for applied and fundamental research in fields related to virtual reality at our research location in Redmond, WA. We are seeking a Research Scientist for a joint project between Oculus and FAIR research labs.
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  • Data Architect
    Collaborative. Respectful. A place to dream and do. These are just a few words that describe what life is like at Toyota. As one of the world’s most admired brands, Toyota is growing and leading the future of mobility through innovative, high-quality solutions designed to enhance lives and delight those we serve. We’re looking for
    - 44 days ago, 13 Apr 17, 12:00am -
  • Applied Scientist – Natural Language Processing
    Do you want to be part of a startup team at Amazon that is making history? Are you interested in building engaging community experiences on Amazon.com and on mobile devices? Do you want to build technology and new science that millions of people will use? We are looking for an Applied Scientist to develop a
    - 44 days ago, 13 Apr 17, 12:00am -
  • Data scientist
    The opportunity is a highly rewarding role for individuals with a passion for Data analytics, in your role as a Data Scientist you will work closely with the data science team within the business to deliver intellectual capital and solutions that enable our clients to derive maximum value from their data while resolving their most
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  • Senior Data Scientist
    Enterprise Services (ES) is responsible for the world leading application of technology and operations across every aspect of CommBank, from innovative product platforms for our customers to essential tools within our business. The Analytics & Information (A&I) team are accountable for the Group’s key analytics capabilities including the GDW (Group Data Warehouse), Omnia (Hadoop Big
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  • Post-doc position in the School of Informatics
    The School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh invites applications for a Research Associate position in the area of natural language processing. The project seeks to develop and apply deep learning methods in a variety of problems in natural language processing, using novel training and decoding algorithms for the developed models. There is a lot of
    - 45 days ago, 12 Apr 17, 12:00am -

Speech Technologies

  • What does Rivr buy me? Part 2
    The previous post explored some benefits regarding the use of Rivr, the Java VoiceXML API. Let’s continue to look at more of these advantages. More compact representation of dialogue With proper method extraction, your dialogue can look compact and simple. You can get the overview of the whole dialogue such as: public VoiceXmlLastTurn run(VoiceXmlFirstTurn firstTurn, read more »
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  • What does Rivr buy me? Part 1
    In the previous post, we’ve given you an overview of how Rivr works. We’ve seen that in order to realize an IVR dialogue, the developer simply needs to exchange various turns objects through the Rivr API. Whether you are a Java IVR developer, a Java architect or a technical decision-maker, you should consider the following read more »
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  • A (better) introduction to Rivr
    [This post is a contribution of Jean-Philippe Gariépy, lead software developer at Nu Echo.] In August 2013, Nu Echo announced Rivr, a new open-source Java dialogue engine for VoiceXML. At that moment, the API wasn’t yet frozen and we were expecting feedback before releasing our first stable version. Since that moment, we’ve been working on cleaning read more »
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  • Rivr 1.0 is out!
    You may have already noticed but Rivr,  the Java dialogue engine for VoiceXML applications that we open-sourced last summer, has reached the 1.0 milestone. Thanks to Nu Echo’s dedicated team, this version is now the perfect tool for your communications application development, adding: Stability. We fixed a number of issues. A cleaner, more consistent API. We polished many read more »
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  • The Rivr Cookbook
    Back in August, when we launched Rivr, our open-source Java dialogue engine for VoiceXML, we knew one thing was sorely lacking: good documentation. We recently addressed this shortcoming with a complete cookbook containing several recipes. The recipes Rivr has a lot to offer. Just looking at a few examples like the Hello World application, however, read more »
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SpeechTechMag

Speech Connection

  • Experts Reveal How to Get Healthy, HIPAA-Compliant IT
    Personal medical information may be the only type of data that is more valuable to internet ne’er-do-wells than credit card information. Health care data breaches are serious business so having security measures in place to protect patient information is critical. The federal government passed the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) to help address this situation. Companies... Read MoreThe post Experts Reveal How to Get Healthy, HIPAA-Compliant IT appeared first…
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  • A Simple Way to Receive an SMS with Ruby, Sinatra, and Twilio
    Here’s all the code you need to receive an SMS message and to send a reply using Ruby, Sinatra, and Twilio: require 'sinatra'post '/message' do number = params['From'] body = params['Body'] content_type 'text/xml' "<Response> <Message> Hello #{number}. You said: #{body} </Message> </Response>"endIf you’d like some explanation on how that code works, watch this short video, or just keep reading. When someone texts your Twilio number, Twilio makes an HTTP r…
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  • Shannon Turner Builds A Pet Cam Using Django, Raspberry Pi and Twilio
    Thanks to the power of code, your pets are never more than a POST request away. Shannon Turner built a Twilio MMS, Raspberry Pi + Django hack so she can see what her winged companion, a lovely parrot, is up to when she’s out. “Any time I miss my pet, a photo of him playing with his toy is only a text message away,” says Shannon. “I’ve had BudgieCam running for just over a month and I’ve already taken over 200 photos and nearly 100 videos.”Building BudgieCam this is what gree…
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  • Ahoy! Get your boss on board SIGNAL London
    In just under 5 weeks on September 20th we’ll bring SIGNAL to London for its first European chapter.Last week, Phil talked about why he’s excited about SIGNAL London and mentioned some of the amazing talks we will have that day.Now, I know I’ve said this before but some bosses just need a little convincing before they can make a decision whether they should send you to a conference or not.So here are three reasons why your boss should send you along with all the other developers at…
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  • Dimitri Akhrin Builds A CRM That Moves As Fast As Sales Organizations
    Dimitri Akhrin calls it how he sees it. If something’s broken, he’s going to fix it — right after he finishes telling you how broken that thing is. “Traditional reporting systems looked like Windows 95,” he quips. Akhrin saw that bank-provided portals were siloed and clunky. So, he built a system to consolidate and streamline the daily functions  of Independent Sales Organizations. His solution was IRIS CRM, which talks multiple banks and payment processing platforms through a sing…
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Semantic Web on YouTube

Download Semantic Web Revolutionizing Knowledge Discovery in the Life Sciences PDF
Download PDF Here: http://bit.ly/1GoSTYZ.
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Semantic web 1: Creating ontology and generating inference rules using (SWRL)

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文献紹介:DeepPurple: Estimating sentence semantic similarity using n-gram regression models and web...
Malandrakis, Nikos and Iosif, Elias and Potamianos, Alexandros, DeepPurple: Estimating sentence semantic similarity using n-gram regression models and web snippets Proceedings of the First...
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Synopsis | Semantic Web: Revolutionizing Knowledge Discovery In The Life Sciences
THE SYNOPSIS OF YOUR FAVORITE BOOK =--- Where to buy this book? ISBN: 9781441943033 Book Synopsis of Semantic Web: Revolutionizing Knowledge Discovery in the Life Sciences by ...
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Synopsis | Introduction To The Semantic Web And Semantic Web Services
THE SYNOPSIS OF YOUR FAVORITE BOOK =--- Where to buy this book? ISBN: 9781584889335 Book Synopsis of Introduction to the Semantic Web and Semantic Web Services by Liyang Yu ...
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Synopsis | Foundations Of Fuzzy Logic And Semantic Web Languages
THE SYNOPSIS OF YOUR FAVORITE BOOK =--- Where to buy this book? ISBN: 9781439853474 Book Synopsis of Foundations of Fuzzy Logic and Semantic Web Languages by Umberto Straccia ...
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Semantic Web

  • Kinetica Aims to be The Data Science Company with its GPU-Accelerated Database
    “I feel the need…the need for speed.” That quote could be as easily applied to business users eager for the power to move forward with Advanced Analytics as it could to generations of Naval pilots inspired by Tom Cruise in the 1986 movie Top Gun. With Version 6.0 of its GPU-accelerated database, released in January, […]The post Kinetica Aims to be The Data Science Company with its GPU-Accelerated Database appeared first on DATAVERSITY.
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  • Zaloni Data Lake in a Box: Analytics-ready Data Lake in Just Weeks
    by Angela Guess A new press release reports, “Strata + Zaloni announced today the release of a new solution, Zaloni Data Lake in a Box, which provides a turnkey, cost-effective package to help more enterprises maximize value from their data – in weeks instead of months. Zaloni Data Lake in a Box helps enterprises overcome […]The post Zaloni Data Lake in a Box: Analytics-ready Data Lake in Just Weeks appeared first on DATAVERSITY.
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  • Dataguise DgSecure Detect Strengthens Sensitive Data Governance in the Cloud
    by Angela Guess According to a recent press release, “Dataguise, a leader in sensitive data governance, today announced that DgSecure Detect now supports sensitive data detection on Google Cloud Storage (GCS). Integration with GCS extends the range of platforms supported by DgSecure Detect, which helps data-driven enterprises move to the cloud with confidence by providing […]The post Dataguise DgSecure Detect Strengthens Sensitive Data Governance in the Cloud appeared first on DATAVERSITY.
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  • Pepperdata Integrates Performance into DevOps for Big Data
    by Angela Guess A recent press release reports, “Pepperdata, the Big Data performance company, today announced it is expanding its product portfolio with Pepperdata Application Profiler, providing Hadoop and Spark developers with easy to understand recommendations for improving job performance. Application Profiler is currently available in early access and will be generally available in the […]The post Pepperdata Integrates Performance into DevOps for Big Data appeared first on DATAVERSITY…
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  • Smart Data Webinar: Data Science and Business Analysis – A Look at Best Practices for Roles, Skills, and Processes
    To view just the slides from the presentation, click HERE>> About the Webinar Google “citizen data scientist” today and you will see about 1M results. That number is data. It may be interesting, but it is meaningless without context. Sometimes it appears that we are drowning in data from systems and sensors but starving for […]The post Smart Data Webinar: Data Science and Business Analysis – A Look at Best Practices for Roles, Skills, and Processes appeared first on DATAVERSITY.
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  • Smart Data Slides: Data Science and Business Analysis – A Look at Best Practices for Roles, Skills, and Processes
    Smart Data Slides: Data Science and Business Analysis – A Look at Best Practices for Roles, Skills, and Processes from DATAVERSITY To view the On Demand recording of this presentation, click HERE>> About the Webinar Google “citizen data scientist” today and you will see about 1M results. That number is data. It may be interesting, […]The post Smart Data Slides: Data Science and Business Analysis – A Look at Best Practices for Roles, Skills, and Processes appeared first on DATAVERSITY.
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  • Shifting to an SD-WAN Architecture: The Best IT Move You’ll Make This Year
    Click here to learn more about Ofir Agasi. Mobility, BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), Cloud-based services, SaaS applications, fast growing, sophisticated cyber-security threats – all are bringing massive changes to the organizational IT landscape.  Software-Defined Wide Area Networks (SD-WANs), are subtly, but assuredly, essential to these shifts, reshaping not only how we think about networking, […]The post Shifting to an SD-WAN Architecture: The Best IT Move You’ll Make This Year appeare…
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  • Trifacta and Google Collaborate to Create Google Cloud Dataprep
    by Angela Guess A recent press release out of the company states, “Trifacta, the global leader in data wrangling, today announced it has collaborated with Google to build Google Cloud Dataprep. Google Cloud Dataprep embeds Trifacta’s intelligent, user-friendly interface and Photon Compute Framework, and natively integrates Google Cloud Dataflow for serverless, auto-scaling execution of data […]The post Trifacta and Google Collaborate to Create Google Cloud Dataprep appeared first on DATAV…
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NLP News

  • Chief Scientist - Launch our Brand New Research Lab in Palo Alto

    Chief Scientist - Launch our Brand New Research Lab in Palo Alto

    If you are a Chief Scientist with Deep Learning expertise, please read on! Top Reasons to Work with Us 1. We are a leading mobile application developer that is opening up a brand new research lab in Palo Alto.2. With hundreds of millions of monthly active users and billions of worldwide downloads, we have become a major player in the industry.3.
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  • Emotion-related query processing
    Embodiments of techniques, apparatuses and systems associated with emotion information processing are disclosed. In some embodiments, a computing system may receive an image of a person and identify an emotional state of the person, based at least in part on the image. The computing system may cause storage of the emotional state of the person in combination with other data to enable subsequent response to an emotion-related query provided to the computing system. The emotion-related query may i…
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  • Hybrid machine-user learning system and process for identifying, accurately selecting and storing scientific data
    A process for identifying, accurately selecting, and storing scientific data that is present in textual formats. The process includes providing scientific data located in a text document and searching the text document using a computer and selecting a plurality of key words and phrases using an algorithm. The selected key words and phrases are matched with a plurality of semantic definitions and a plurality of semantic definition-key words and phrase pairs are created. The created plurality of s…
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  • How Language Translators (will) Work – Ai Society – Medium

    How Language Translators (will) Work – Ai Society – Medium

    FullStack Developer, AI enthusiast, Competitive Programmer Mar 13 How Language Translators (will) Work T ools that allow any person to communicate with any other person truly make the world a better place. The Rosetta Stone was the first of such tools, evolving to dictionaries and eventually to sophisticated systems such as a language translator that you've probably used before, Google Translate.
    - 74 days ago, 13 Mar 17, 5:35pm -
  • KantanMT Users Can Now Customise and Deploy Neural Machine Translation Engines
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