Tag Archive for natural language processing

Lexalytics’ Latest International Language Support Adds Arabic, Russian, and Dutch

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by Angela Guess According to a new article out of the company, “Lexalytics, the leader in cloud and on-prem text and sentiment analytics solutions, announced today that it has expanded its breadth of language capabilities to include Arabic, Russian, and Dutch. With this addition, Lexalytics now supports 16 international languages. ‘Our focus on expanding global…

SmartData Webinar: Commercial Cognitive Computing — How to choose and build your first cognitive computing application

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This presentation was given in a live webinar on April 9, 2015. SmartData Webinar: Commercial Cognitive Computing — How to choose and build your first cognitive computing application from DATAVERSITY To view just the slides from this presentation, click HERE>> About the Webinar In the next five years, consumers and businesses will begin to demand…

SmartData Webinar Slides: Commercial Cognitive Computing — How to choose and build your first cognitive computing application

Smart Data Webinar Series

This presentation was given in a live webinar on April 9, 2015. SmartData Webinar: Commercial Cognitive Computing — How to choose and build your first cognitive computing application from DATAVERSITY To view the On Demand recording of the presentation, click HERE>> About the Webinar In the next five years, consumers and businesses will begin to…

Is Hello Barbie Progress or a Problem?

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by Angela Guess Lauren Walker recently wrote for Newsweek, “Child privacy advocates are looking to shut down ‘Hello Barbie,’ Mattel’s first Wi-Fi connected version of the popular doll. One reason: They say it could be used to spy on children. ‘They really shouldn’t call it ‘Hello Barbie, they should call it Surveillance Barbie,’ said Susan…

IBM Acquires AlchemyAPI, Bringing in Some New Smarts for Watson

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by Angela Guess Doug Henschen recently reported for Information Week, “IBM on Wednesday announced it has acquired AlchemyAPI, a provider of natural-language processing and image-analysis services and technologies. IBM said the deal will expand the IBM Watson community and accelerate the development of new cognitive computing applications. AlchemyAPI provides application program interface (API) services that…

KMWorld’s 100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management

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by Angela Guess KMWorld recently announced its list of 100 companies that matter in knowledge management, and the list includes a number of semantic technology companies with a focus on machine learning, deep learning, or natural language processing. Hugh McKellar writes, “For us here at KMWorld, knowledge management is an attitude, an approach, not an…

Attensity Launches Semantic Annotation Natural Language Processing

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by Angela Guess A recent article out of the company reports, “Attensity, a leading provider of solutions to surface business intelligence through real-time discovery, today announced Attensity’s Semantic Annotation combined with its Software Development Kit (SDK). This sophisticated parsing engine is designed to integrate into existing enterprise systems to automatically and intelligently extract highly accurate…

LinguaSys Makes Natural Language Processing Available to Everyday Developers

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by Angela Guess According to a new release out of LinguaSys, “Millions of developers with only basic programming skills will now be able to create their own Artificial Intelligence (AI) Natural Language Understanding Interfaces (NLUI), with the announcement of today’s release of LinguaSys Natural Language User Interface Server. The new, multitenant, NLUI Server runs on…

Rigging The Job Hunt with Artificial Intelligence

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by Angela Guess Davey Alba of Wired reports, “Cameron Levy and Dustin Smith, two former MIT students, were particularly interested in finding the right job, not only for themselves but for everyone. ‘Picking your job is among the most decisions that you’ll ever make, and we couldn’t think of a more important problem to work…