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Mind-training App Brain+ Adds 10 New Languages After Successful Launch

After the successful launch of its free brain-training app to the U.K. and North America earlier in July, Brain+ (DK, mental ability education solutions) has announced the addition of multiple new languages to its mobile platform. During the next few weeks, Brain+ will add a total of 10 new languages. 

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Baidu researchers beef up the search giant’s speech recognition savvy

Baidu researchers beef up the search giant’s speech recognition savvy | Language Tech Market News | Scoop.it
Chinese search giant Baidu foresees a time when half of all search queries come in the form of pictures and people’s voices. Baidu doesn’t want to disappoint users when that time comes.

Via Andoni Sagarna Izagirre
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W3C Workshop in Riga: Data, Content and Services for the Multilingual Web

W3C has announced the eighth MultilingualWeb workshop in a series of events exploring the mechanisms and processes needed to ensure that the World Wide Web lives up to its potential around the world and across barriers of language and culture. To be held on 29 April 2015 in Riga.

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Dear Diary: Riga Summit on the Multilingual Digital Single Market in April 2015

Top government officials, business leaders, technology developers, and language researchers will gather in Riga from April 27-29 to forge a unified vision for the multilingual digital single market. At the Riga Summit, stakeholders will develop a combined strategy, identify goals, and initiate concrete actions to bring about this crucial vision for a digital single market without language barriers, which is instrumental for empowering Europe in the global world.

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1 in 5 Europeans Has Never Used the Internet

Nearly one in five Europeans aged 16 to 74 have still never used the internet, according to the latest results in an annual survey released Tuesday from Eurostat, the European Union’s statistics office.
Those results are similar to a forecast made by research company eMarketer in November. The company said that about 73% of Western Europeans and 52% of Central and Eastern Europeans had used the Internet at least once in the past month.

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HandySpeech Handwriting-to-Speech App Comes to Android.

iSpeak4U, a leader in mobile apps for people with speech and hearing disabilities, announced today the retail availability of an Android version of HandySpeech, a mobile app that gives people with speech disabilities a quick and easy conversational tool. HandySpeech can be used on a wide variety of mobile devices including less expensive Android phones and tablets.

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LT-Innovate - The Forum for Europe's Language Technology Industry: LT-Accelerate: A Major Text Analytics-Meets-Multilingual Talkfest in Brussels

LT-Innovate - The Forum for Europe's Language Technology Industry: LT-Accelerate: A Major Text Analytics-Meets-Multilingual Talkfest in Brussels | Language Tech Market News | Scoop.it
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How to Get More from Content Analytics

In a modern competitive society non-database information is invaluable. But it floats around inside and outside your organization. Why not tap into these sources and try to derive useful business information out of it?

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Expert System Acquires the ICM and iLab Divisions of ISOCO in Semantic Technology Sector

Expert System (semantic software) has approved subsidiary Expert System Iberia S.L.'s acquisition for €2M of the ICM (Intelligent Content Management) and iLab - Research Center Innovation - divisions of iSOCO, an international company based in Barcelona. 

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AppZen Uses NLP to Automate Expense Reporting

AppZen, a Sunnyvale, California-based startup, is leveraging natural language processing and machine learning to automate the expense report process. The company bills itself as an ambient expense manager, and it works in the background by tracking your expenses as they happen and creates a report for you.

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Colaboration: IT Depts Look at Voice Recognition, Immersive Computing for Work

IT observers think voice recognition will impact how workers interact with devices, while immersive computing remains in the early stages of deployment.
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Automated Online Propaganda is 60% of All Online Traffic

Robotic lobbying tactics have been deployed in several countries: RussiaMexicoChinaAustralia,the United Kingdomthe United StatesAzerbaijanIranBahrainSouth KoreaTurkeySaudi Arabia, and Morocco. Indeed, experts estimate that bot traffic now makes up over 60 percent of all traffic online—up nearly twenty percent from just two years ago.

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Google Cultural Institute Opens as a Platform for Museums to Build Mobile Apps

Google is opening its Cultural Institute as a platform for museums and galleries to build their own mobile apps, leaning heavily on YouTube and Street View. During the pilot phase, Google has been working with 11 institutions in four countries (France, Italy, Netherlands, and Nigeria).


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London to Become Data Tech Capital in 2015

Next year, London will be recognised by venture capitalists and other experts as the world’s capital for data-focused technology start-ups as organisations struggle to control and manage the explosion in data sources. Silicon Valley will remain the capital for consumer-oriented software companies, Boston for bio-technology companies and Israel for internet-based innovations. 

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With Skype Translator, Microsoft breaks through the language barrier

Microsoft's new speech translation technology parses natural human languages in real time, turning Skype into a multi-lingual conversation.
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Indian (Multilingual) Big Data Market: Worth $25B in 2015

The big data market in India, which presents a huge market opportunity for the IT and analytics firm has been estimated to touch $1 billion by 2015. According to a NASSCOM report the global ‘Big Data’ market opportunity is estimated to grow at 45 per cent annually to reach $ 25 billion by 2015, from the current size of about $ 8 billion.
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A2iA Partners Family History Site for Historic Document Conversion

A2iA (developer of cursive handwriting and machine-printed recognition, data extraction and document classification software) signs a strategic partnership with DC Thomson Family History, the British-owned world leader in online genealogy. Thomson has over 2 billion historical records and over 18 million registered users.

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Is that NLP or Cognitive Computing or Both?

Natural language processing—These tools take text or speech as input, and increasingly can “read” or extract meaning from it. IBM’s original Watson falls into this category, as does Apple’s Siri. Since much of human experience is represented in language, this is a powerful category, and the one most likely to be described as “cognitive computing.”

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How Skype Built Its New Language Translator

One of the largest, published, untouched machine translation repositories on the internet is the Microsoft customer support Knowledge Base,” says Vikram Dendi, strategy director with Microsoft Research.
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The Future Internet in 2025 - Market Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast

This report presents a detailed perspective of potential futures for the Internet services market by 2025, with their impacts on the adjacent ICT market of devices, telecom and software and on non-ICT, vertical markets.
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Ontotext Releases GraphDB 6.1 RDF Triplestore

Ontotext has released GraphDB™ 6.1, its flagship native RDF triplestore. This new release comes just four months after Ontotext released GraphDB 6.0 which focused on improvements to the high availability cluster, 3-5 times faster load speeds over 5.4 and pre-built connectors to Lucene, SoLR and Elasticsearch.

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Arria NLG On Track To Support Future Growth

Natural language generation technology firm Arria NLG PLC said Friday that it is on track to support future growth "in all aspects" of its business, as it posted a narrowed pretax loss for its recently ended financial year.

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'Publishing For Digital Minds' Pursues Global Audience With Multilingual Social Media Backchannel

The London Book Fair, in association with The Publishers Association, has announced plans to put international social media at the heart of the next edition of Publishing for Digital Minds. It will recruit a team of social media experts to live-tweet and blog the 2015 conference in multiple languages.

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Exciting gathering! Prepare for the future! 

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KantanMT Announces Faster SDL Trados Studio 2011 and 2014 Integration

KantanMT has an updated KantanMT/SDL Trados connector. The connector enables users of the SDL Trados Studio Computer Aided Translation (CAT) tool versions 2011 and 2014 to benefit from real-time KantanMT machine translation workflow integration.

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BBC and ComScore Strike Large-Scale Deal for Digital Analytics

ComScore announced today that the BBC  has selected it as the analytics source for all BBC digital content. The deal covers all video, web, and mobile content for both domestic and global services. The BBC will use ComScore's Digital Analytix service, which offers real-time views on all platforms, as well as analysis, audience segmentation, and advanced reporting features.

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Lingotek Expands Multi-Vendor Translation Capabilities

Lingotek has launched Translation Management System (TMS) for multi-vendor translation, enabling brands to choose any translation agency for in-workflow translation. This lets brands quickly select, manage and collaborate with Language Service Providers (LSPs) on the cloud, increasing the efficiency of the translation process and boosting translation ROI.

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