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SAP DataServices Text Analysis and Hadoop - the Details

I have already used the text analysis feature within SAP DataServices in various projects (the transform in DataServices is called Text Data Processing or TDP in short). 3,599 more words

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Word-parsing wizard Idibon picks up $5.5M

Idibon, a startup that has developed applications that make sense of text in scores of languages, has raised $5.5 million in new funding.

Following its launch in January, Idibon has attracted business from Edmunds.com, Samsung, the United Nations, and some global consulting firms, among others. 194 more words


Bancroft to Explore Text Analysis as Aid in Analyzing, Processing, and Providing Access to Text-based Archival Collections

Mary W. Elings, Head of Digital Collections, The Bancroft Library

The Bancroft Library recently began testing a theory discussed at the Radcliffe Workshop on Technology & Archival Processing… 573 more words

IBM highlights a growing Watson ecosystem and API collection

IBM’s Watson cognitive computing system has been a mixed blessing for the company so far — it’s simultaneously a public fascination and a business disappointment — but perhaps it’s starting to come around. 302 more words

Catch up with our seminars in our seminar video archive

Did you miss one of our Digital Humanities in Practice seminars? You can catch up through our Seminar video archive, which is hosted by… 49 more words

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U Vienna job ads: Text Analysis

Department of Methods in the Social Sciences
Text Analysis

The Department of Methods in the Social Sciences at the University of Vienna has two positions open in the area of text analysis (PhD and a Postdoc). 71 more words

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Longtime Microsoft Veteran Jensen Harris Leaves for Text Analysis Startup

Jensen Harris, the director of Microsoft Mobile Labs and a 16-year company veteran, is leaving the software giant to pursue a new startup.

Harris sent a farewell note to Microsoft colleagues on Thursday and officially leaves next week to launch Textio, a company that scans company documents to find patterns. 191 more words