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  1. LT Industry News

    1. Bighand Releases Version 4.5

      Explore Newswire Today's (Apr 7 2014)

      BigHand's latest release set to further enhance accuracy of speech recognition and allow users to get more done whilst on the move - BigHand .com.

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      Comment Mentions:   London   UK

    2. Google Adds Voice Commands to Chrome

      Explore overclockersclub.com (Feb 27 2014)

      The latest Google Chromebeta release contains voice recognition capabilities, like those in Android devices. Users can speak various commands that Google recognizes, simply by starting off their request by voicing "Ok Google." 

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    3. Seth Grimes on €Unsupervised Learning and the Future of Analytics

      Explore The Economist Insights (Feb 26 2014)

      Are machine learning techniques necessary to extract value from ‘big data’? "Definitely. That's precisely the point of the 2009 article "The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Data" by Googlers Alon Halevy, Peter Norvig, and Fernando Pereira. The caveat is that these methods don't yet really confront the synthesis and sense-making challenges, which involve data of diverse types drawn from disparate sources."

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      Comment Mentions:   French   Seth Grimes   Peter Norvig

    4. $45M in DARPA Contracts for Big Data Push

      Explore Washington Technology (Feb 26 2014)

      DARPA (US military R&D) is offering up to $45M in contracts, grants and cooperative agreements for as many as 12 winners who can demonstrate possible "revolutionary advances in science, devices or systems" involving big data.

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    5. Neocodex Links Global Legal Data in Open Source Semantics Project

      Explore Legal Informatics Blog (Feb 26 2014)

      Neocodex Links Global Legal Data in Open Source Semantics Project

      The Neocodex project is a collaboration between researchers and professors at avrious institutions to develop open source technology for integrating, analyzing and making available information from all international courts and national jurisdictions in open linked data standards. 

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    6. Attensity Unveils Analyze 6.3 Text Analytics

      Explore KMWorld.com (Feb 25 2014)

      Attensity has released Analyze 6.3, which provides enterprise customers with robust, sophisticated text analytics engines with real-time access to more than 150 million blogs, forums, Facebook and Twitter. Version 6.3 is powered by the Attensity Semantic Annotation Server (ASAS) and natural language processing technology.

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    7. Can Vocativ Crack Consensual Journalism Using Data Mining?

      Explore Digiday (Feb 25 2014)

      US Vocativ (news startup) launched last November is using data-mining software to dig into the “deep Web,” where news not indexed by Google etc can be shown in search results.

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    8. Nu Echo Releases Rivr, a Lightweight Open-Source VoiceXML Dialogue Engine for Java Developers

      Explore Press Release Distribution (Feb 25 2014)

      Nu Echo (Canadian contact center and speech recognition solutions provider) has released Rivr, a lightweight open-source dialogue engine that enables Java developers to easily create enterprise-grade VoiceXML applications.

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