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The Newsroom Story Tech Stack at the BBC

The Newsroom Story Tech Stack at the BBC | Language Tech Market News | Scoop.it

CTO at the BBC in the UL: “The BBC gets a massive amount of content in, but how do you make sense of it all? Journalists are great at telling stories, but sometimes they are not so good at entering the metadata. If we can use things that look at objects, do speech to text, and facial and voice recognitions, that means the journalist can plug into that and get a wider view of the content within the BBC,.  Equally, we can add that into what we provide to audiences.”

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Brief but useful panorama of how the news comes together over the BBC pipeline. Critical step: automating metadata tagging to make it all come together. So AI looks at the footage and listens to the radiostreams, & adds in the metadata to help the journalist select the news from it all.

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MICO Project Develops New Semantic Tagging Tool for Digital Journalism

The EU-funded Media in Context (MICO) project has developed a semantic editor called WordLift (a plugin for WordPress) that adds semantic contextual tags to on line news content. The project primarily worked with two partners, Greenpeace Italy and Shoof (a start-up developing an Android app for user generated content) to organise the news desk of small and medium editorial teams by creating a flexible network of metadata around both text and media. Tagging allows news content to b republished in many different forms and on many different platforms and devices.

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M-Files 2018 Introduces Intelligent Metadata Layer

M-Files 2018 Introduces Intelligent Metadata Layer | Language Tech Market News | Scoop.it

M-Files, which provides an information management platform, has announced M-Files 2018, featuring a new Intelligent Metadata Layer that enables users to access documents and other information regardless of the system in which they are stored.
M-Files 2018 and its Intelligent Metadata Layer are aimed at delivering a simple, unified experience for intelligently finding, accessing and managing information residing within any system, without disturbing existing processes and the users that depend on them. This also eliminates the need for complex and expensive migration projects, two major stumbling blocks to innovation and business process improvement.

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