Monthly Archives: January 2015

NewsReader Hackathon

This past Wednesday (Jan. 21, 2015) I was at the NewsReader Hackathon. NewsReader is a EU project to extract events and build stories from the news. They use a sophisticated NLP pipeline combined with semantic background knowledge to perform this

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Kick-off INVENiT²

INVENiT², the follow-up of INVENiT¹, has officially started. The goal of INVENiT is to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the search functionality provided in various cultural heritage collections online. By creating improvements we enable more thorough analysis of online

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Trip Report: FORCE 2015

Last week, I was at FORCE 2015 – the future of research communications and e-scholarship conference held in Oxford. This is the third conference in a series that started with Beyond the PDF in 2011 and continued with Beyond the PDF

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Two new master students are joining the INVENiT team

Leon Wessels and Cristina-Iulia Bucur are presenting today their goals and research questions within the context of the new edition of the INVENiT cross-disciplinary project, collaboration between computer science and history researchers to define genre-specific relevance for linked data patterns for enabling semantic searching

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