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The Twelve Days of REF: A #REF2014 Archive

I have uploaded a new dataset to figshare:

Priego, Ernesto (2014): The Twelve Days of REF- A #REF2014 Archive. figshare.

http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1275949

The file contains approximately 31,855 unique Tweets published publicly and tagged with #REF2014 during a 12-day period between 08/12/2014 11:18 and 20/12/2014 10:13 GMT. 55 more words

News

[Pre-Text] What now?

Hello again,

Its been a fun couple of months working on the Pre-Text text analyzer and It has finally reached a minimal level of functionality.  When I started working on Pre-Text  it was in an attempt to better understand material in Spanish before actually reading it.   209 more words

Programming

AI startup Expect Labs raises $13M as voice search API takes off

There’s more to speech recognition apps than Siri, Cortana or Google voice search, and a San Francisco startup called Expect Labs aims to prove it. On Thursday, the company announced it has raised a $13 million Series A round of venture capital led by IDG Ventures and USAA, with participation from strategic investors including Samsung, Intel and Telefonica. 522 more words

The REF According to Twitter: A #REF2014 Update (18/12/14 16:28 GMT)

As everyone in some way aware of UK higher education knows, the results from the REF 2014 were announced in the first minute of the 18th of december 2014. 478 more words

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[Pre-Text, Text Analyzer] Filtering and Future Plans

Hi everyone,

Just a quick update today. I took some time and implemented a basic filtering system that removes many of the duplicate results shown in my previous post, at minimal processing cost. 114 more words

Programming

What we read about deep learning is just the tip of the iceberg

The artificial intelligence technique known as deep learning is white hot right now, as we have noted numerous times before. It’s powering many of the advances in computer vision, voice recognition and text analysis… 814 more words

Content Intelligence -- Does Search "Grade our Work"?

In a word? “Yes.”

But more importantly so do your web site visitors.

Much of the interaction with clients migrating from legacy web sites revolves around building a new vocabulary. 418 more words

WebPresence