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Udacity - Educating the 21st Century

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CS 101: BUILDING A SEARCH ENGINE
Taught by Professor David Evans and Professor Sebastian Thrun

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Test-Taking Cements Knowledge Better Than Studying, Researchers Say

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Test-taking actually helps people learn, and it works better than repeated studying, according to new research.
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5 Things Every Presenter Needs To Know About People

Great presenters understand how people think, learn, and react. In this video Dr. Weinschenk shares 5 Things from her book, "100 Things Every Presenter Needs To Know About People".
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Language Technology at the European Commission - Joint Research Centre, Ispra - JRC EuroVoc Indexer

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SUMMARY of the Language Technology work carried out in the European Commission's Joint Research Centre in Ispra, Italy.
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FREE WEBINAR - MAY 22, 2012 The Evolution of Translation:

 

What LSPs need to know to survive and prosper in the rapidly evolving
automated translation world.

12:00/12PM
Boston, New York
Speakers

Gregory Binger
Chairman Dion Wiggins
Chief Executive Officer

09:00/9AM
Los Angeles, San Diego,
San Francisco, Seattle

17:00/5PM
London, Dublin

18:00/6PM
Amsterdam, Prague

19:00/7PM
Bucharest

This presentation follows up from the MemoQFest keynote presentation in
Budapest on May 10. Asia Online CEO, Dion Wiggins, and Chairman, Gregory
Binger, will present their view on where the industry is heading and
what the translation industry will look like in 2015 and 2020. It is
clear already that automated translation tools and technologies are
having a huge impact on traditional translation business models and the
translation industry as a whole.

Many are worried that automated translation tools will replace human
translators. This will not happen. However, human translators using
automated tools will replace human translators who do not use such
tools.

The most successful LSPs will be those who evolve to take advantage of
technology and automation tools. Technology in the professional language
services industry is a market force that cannot be ignored. Overall
market demand far exceeds the industry's current capability to deliver
using traditional human only approaches to translation. Only through a
combination of technology and human translation professionals can market
demand be met and LSPs achieve their full market potential.

This presentation will include case studies, metrics, proof points and
examples demonstrating clear trends for LSPs to visualize and architect
their future roadmaps.

This is a "must attend presentation" for all senior language industry
professionals and executives.

Topics covered include:

* Key market forces changing the professional translation industry
* Understanding the new market demand that a human only approach
cannot meet
* New business models that pose a threat to traditional human only
LSP
* Significant changes to productivity, process, capability, revenue
and profit margins
* Action items for success in the evolving world of translation

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Free Download: Language Studio™ Pro

Language Studio™ Pro is a free desktop tool provided by Asia Online that
makes translation easy. Language Studio™ Pro offers a clear and
intuitive user interface that enables a user to control translations and
improve translation quality.

Translation job submission and management is made easy with Language
Studio™Pro. Improve quality immediately with innovative features that
control terminology and vocabulary, or via advanced translation
rules. Features include:

Translation Job Submission: Single document, batch, and hot folders for
automated translation.

Rule Editors: Pre-Translation Corrections (PTC), Runtime Glossary (GLO),
Non-Translatable Terms (NTT), Post Translation Adjustments (PTA).

Language Studio™ Pro provides key metrics to better understand
translation quality. Features include:

Human Translation Metrics: Fully customizable. Supports LISA QA Model,
SAE J2450 and more.

Automated Translation Metrics: Bilingual Evaluation Units (BLEU),
F-Measure, Translation Error Rate (TER) and METEOR.

Past Webinars

Did you attend one of our previous webinars?
Download the slides & videos.

Languages Supported

Asia Online already supports more than 520 language pairs and has more
than 200 additional language pairs under development.

Asia and Middle East

Available Now:

Arabic
Bahasa Indonesia
Chinese Simplified
Chinese Traditional Japanese
Korean
Thai

Under Development

Bahasa Malay
Bengali
Gujarati
Hindi
Punjabi Tagalog
Tamil
Urdu
Vietnamese

Europe & South America

Available Now:

Bulgarian
Brazilian Portuguese
Czech
Danish
Dutch
English
Estonian
Finnish
French
German
Greek
Hungarian
Irish Italian
Latvian
Lithuanian
Maltese
Polish
Portuguese
Romanian
Russian
Slovak
Slovene
Spanish
Swedish

Contact Information

Company Website:

www.asiaonline.net

Enterprise Translation:
www.languagestudio.comEmail:

info@asiaonline.net
sales@asiaonline.net
support@asiaonline.net
media@asiaonline.net
jobs@asiaonline.net

Telephone/Fax:

Sales:
Tech Support:
General:
Fax: +1 (424) 245-8384
+1 (424) 204-6032
+66 (2) 662-4895
+66 (2) 662-4728

Copyright © 2012 Asia Online Pte Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

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39 Web Apps and Tools We Use to Create Websites

39 Web Apps and Tools We Use to Create Websites | Analytically | Scoop.it
Probably not unlike you, we use a cadre of different tools to help us create websites and products we’re proud of. Every year it seems that this list morphs, evolves, shrinks and grows. So we thought, ‘Hey, it might be valuable to some people to get a look at how we build things and the tools that we use to get the job done.

Via Gregg Breward, Audrey Moreaux
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Social Network Analysis

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Lada Adamic
This course will use social network analysis, both its theory and computational tools, to make sense of the social and information networks that have been fueled and rendered accessible by the internet.

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Atelier "Ontologies et Jeux de Données pour évaluer le web sémantique (OJD)" à IC 2012

 

26 juin 2012 à Paris (Centre des cordeliers)

L'atelier est organisé par le GRACQ et par le thème 7 du GDR-I3.

Problématique
Peu de ressources sont aujourd'hui disponibles pour évaluer les
applications du Web sémantique. La plupart des ontologies disponibles
sur le web (comme DBPedia, MusicBrainz, ...) ou proposées lors de
campagnes d'évaluation (QALD dans le domaine des Questions/Réponses,
Billion Triples Track pour évaluer le passage à l'échelle des
applications, ...) présentent des lacunes qui empêchent une évaluation
de qualité des applications développées.

Certaines de ces ontologies manquent d'expressivité. Lorsqu'elles sont
formées d'une simple hiérarchie de concepts ou sont issues de schémas
relationnels, elles offrent des possibilités d'inférence
limitées. D'autres sont limitées en termes d'exhaustivité, même au sein
d'un domaine. Le domaine couvert est restreint et il est fréquent que
peu d'instances soient représentées.

Pour contourner ce manque, les travaux menés actuellement sont évalués
sur des ontologies créées pour valoriser l'application. Ces ontologies
sont complétées par des jeux de données (textes bruts, documents
annotés, requêtes, ...) là aussi définis de façon ad hoc. Ces pratiques
biaisent les résultats de l'évaluation et empêchent de mettre en place
une comparaison objective des systèmes.

L'objectif de cet atelier est de décrire les besoins et de définir les
critères auxquels doivent répondre les ontologies et les jeux de données
qui pourront être mises à disposition de la communauté, permettant ainsi
des évaluations pertinentes des applications les utilisant. Cet atelier
a également pour vocation la présentation documentée et argumentée de
ressources (ontologies et jeux de données) qui pourraient prétendre
correspondre à des besoins d'évaluation ainsi que de protocoles
d'évaluation d'applications, qui serviraient par la suite de référence.

Les soumissions pourront être applicables notamment aux thématiques
suivantes :

- Construction, peuplement et évolution d'ontologie
- Alignement et fusion
- Systèmes de Question/Réponse
- Comparaison des approches de Recherche d'Information et des
moteurs sémantiques
- Annotation sémantique et description de contenus
- Passage à l'échelle
- Linked data
- Ressources spécifiques au français

Chaque présentation devra précisément présenter les objectifs
d'évaluation visés, les critères identifiés pour y répondre et
éventuellement une ontologie et un jeu de données permettant cette
évaluation. Les auteurs souhaitant participer à l'atelier devront
fournir un article allant de 5 à 15 pages au format demandé à la
conférence, et pourront rendre disponible sur le web leurs ressources 15
jours avant la date de l'atelier. La mise en ligne permettra une
discussion plus approfondie des ressources proposées.

Les papiers devront suivre le format d'IC et devront être soumis via le
système EasyChair.Les articles seront mis en ligne et publiés sous forme
de workshop CEUR.

Dates importantes
- Date limite de soumission : 30 avril 2012
- Notification aux auteurs : 16 mai 2012
- Réception des versions définitives des articles : 30 mai 2012
- Atelier le 26 juin 2012

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Content Curation Guide for SEO - What, How, Why

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Curation Content is a Content Marketing tactic that SEOs should learn and use. This guide will tell them all they need to know about Content Curation: what it is, how to do it, and why to do it for the highest benefit of their campaigns.
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7 Useful Pinterest Tools to Supercharge Your Pinfluence

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Several third-party sites and services have piggybacked on Pinterest's success, and can help you get more out of the social networking site.
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Google Buys Wavii For North Of $30 Million | TechCrunch

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Google has finally closed the deal on Wavii, a natural language processing startup, for a price that is more than $30 million, we're hearing from a legitimate source.
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15 Tools to Make Amazing Infographics | Social Media Today

15 Tools to Make Amazing Infographics | Social Media Today | Analytically | Scoop.it
Infographics are all the rage at the moment, particularly with the rise in popularity of sites like Pinterest where visuals and images of statistics are being shared. Want to learn how to create your own infographics?
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Official Google Blog: Introducing the Knowledge Graph: things, not strings

Search is a lot about discovery—the basic human need to learn and broaden your horizons. But searching still requires a lot of hard work by you, the user. So today I’m really excited to launch the Knowledge Graph, which will help you discover new information quickly and easily.

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Datavisualization.ch Selected Tools

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Datavisualization.ch Selected Tools is a collection of tools that we, the people behind Datavisualization.ch, work with on a daily basis and recommend warmly.
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PLY (Python Lex-Yacc)

PLY is a pure-Python implementation of the popular compiler construction tools lex and yacc. The main goal of PLY is to stay fairly faithful to the way in which traditional lex/yacc tools work. This includes supporting LALR(1) parsing as well as providing extensive input validation, error reporting, and diagnostics. Thus, if you've used yacc in another programming language, it should be relatively straightforward to use PLY.

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Me and my data: how much do the internet giants really know?

Me and my data: how much do the internet giants really know? | Analytically | Scoop.it
James Ball discovered the information Google and Facebook hold on him is disturbing and creepy, but also comforting...
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Online Reputation for Job Search: Pinterest - Simply Hired Blog

Online Reputation for Job Search: Pinterest - Simply Hired Blog | Analytically | Scoop.it
This is part four of a four post series on building your online reputation. Jay's other posts are available on maintaining your online reputation through proper name conventions, LinkedIn and Twitter.
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