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    1. Researchers develop system to detect sarcasm on social media

      Researchers develop system to detect sarcasm on social media

      Researchers develop system to detect sarcasm on social media By New York, June 24: To help people with autism, who often have difficulty interpreting sarcasm, irony and humour, researchers have developed a system for interpreting sarcastic statements posted on social media. “There are a lot of systems designed to identify sarcasm, but this is the first that is able to interpret sarcasm in written text,” said Lotam Peled, graduate student at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.

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    2. Researchers have developed a system to help interpret sarcasm for people with Autism and Asperger - Tech2

      Researchers have developed a system to help interpret sarcasm for people with Autism and Asperger - Tech2

      Researchers have developed a system to help interpret sarcasm for people with Autism and Asperger By IANS / 24 Jun 2017 , 15:47 Representative Image: Reuters 0 To help people with autism, who often have difficulty interpreting sarcasm, irony and humour. Researchers have developed a system for interpreting sarcastic statements posted on social media.

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    3. New system detects sarcasm on social media

      New system detects sarcasm on social media

      Representational image Scientists have developed a new system that can detect sarcasm in social media posts, and interpret it for people with autism and Asperger's syndrome who have difficulty understanding such statements. "There are a lot of systems designed to identify sarcasm, but this is the first that is able to interpret sarcasm in written text," said Lotam Peled, graduate student at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.

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    4. Social Media Tool Designed to Detect Sarcasm

      Social Media Tool Designed to Detect Sarcasm

      Home » News » Psychotherapy » Social Media Tool Designed to Detect Sarcasm Social Media Tool Designed to Detect Sarcasm By Traci Pedersen ~ 1 min read People with autism spectrum disorder often have trouble detecting sarcasm and irony, particularly when it is written in text. Now researchers have developed a system, called Sarcasm SIGN (sarcasm Sentimental Interpretation GeNerator), that can interpret sarcastic statements in social media.

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    5. New system detects sarcasm on social media

      New system detects sarcasm on social media

      Scientists have developed a new system that can detect sarcasm in social media posts, and interpret it for people with autism and Asperger's syndrome who have difficulty understanding such statements.

      "There are a lot of systems designed to identify sarcasm, but this is the first that is able to interpret sarcasm in written text," said Lotam Peled, graduate student at Technion- Israel Institute of Technology.

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    6. New system detects sarcasm on social media

      New system detects sarcasm on social media

      New system detects sarcasm on social media Press Trust of India, Jerusalem, Jun 24 2017, 15:56 IST The system can detect and interpret sarcasm on social media, and can be a good aid to autistic people or those who have Asperger's. photo for representation. Scientists have developed a new system that can detect sarcasm in social media posts, and interpret it for people with autism and Asperger's syndrome who have difficulty understanding such statements.

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    7. Researchers develop system to detect sarcasm on social media

      Researchers develop system to detect sarcasm on social media

      To help people with autism, who often have difficulty interpreting sarcasm, irony and humour, researchers have developed a system for interpreting sarcastic statements posted on social media. "There are a lot of systems designed to identify sarcasm, but this is the first that is able to interpret sarcasm in written text," said Lotam Peled from Technion -- Israel Institute of Technology.

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    8. NHS ransomware: WannaCry shuts down Honda plant

      NHS ransomware: WannaCry shuts down Honda plant

      23 Jun, 2017 The WannaCry attack continues to hit businesses around the world WannaCry isn't over. Honda was forced to shut a car manufacturing plant in Japan after being struck by the ransomware, while reports suggest Australian traffic cameras were knocked offline by the attack. Honda shut its Sayama plant on Monday after being hit by the ransomware over the weekend, which then spread across the car maker's networks. The factory was back online the next day.

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    9. Software detects sarcasm on social media

      Software detects sarcasm on social media

      By Tim Sandle 1 hour ago in Internet The American Technion Society reports on a novel piece of software designed to detect whether comments made on social media are 'sarcastic' or laden with irony. Such a tool could help those with learning difficulties. The software is a sophisticated machine translation system (this is a sub-field of computational linguistics that investigates the use of software to translate text or speech from one language to another).

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    10. System detects, translates sarcasm on social media

      Follow all of ScienceDaily's latest research news and top science headlines ! Science News System detects, translates sarcasm on social media Date: American Technion Society Summary: Researchers have developed a machine translation system for interpreting sarcastic statements in social media. It could one day help people on the autism spectrum, who often have difficulty interpreting sarcasm, irony and humor.

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    11. Natural Language Processing Market is significantly driven by the massive jump in digital data

      Natural Language Processing Market is significantly driven by the massive jump in digital data Press release from: TMR Global Natural Language Processing Market: OverviewNatural language processing (NLP) is a computer application under artificial intelligence that can understand human language. This computerized technique allows human communication to be analyzed and interpreted by the computer on the basis of a set of technologies and theories.

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    12. 'One machine learning model to rule them all': Google open-sources tools for simpler AI

      'One machine learning model to rule them all': Google open-sources tools for simpler AI

      Google hopes its Tensor2Tensor library will help accelerate deep-learning research. Image: Google Google researchers have created what they call "one model to learn them all" for training AI models in different tasks using multiple types of training data. The researchers and the AI-focused Google Brain Team have packaged up the model along with other tools and modular components in its new Tensor2Tensor library, which they hope will help accelerate deep-learning research.

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    13. Google advances AI with 'one model to learn them all' | VentureBeat | Ai | by Blair Hanley Frank

      Google advances AI with 'one model to learn them all' | VentureBeat | Ai | by Blair Hanley Frank

      June 19, 2017 8:14 AM Above: Google headquarters in Mountain View, California. Image Credit: Drew Tarvin/Flickr Google quietly released an academic paper that could provide a blueprint for the future of machine learning. Called “One Model to Learn Them All,” it lays out a template for how to create a single machine learning model that can address multiple tasks well.

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    14. Everyone keeps talking about Ai - here's what it really is and why it's so hot now, Digital News - AsiaOne

      Everyone keeps talking about Ai - here's what it really is and why it's so hot now, Digital News - AsiaOne

      Currency Converter Everyone keeps talking about AI - here's what it really is and why it's so hot now Visitors stand behind a robot at the booth of THK at the Aircraft Interiors Expo 2017 in Hamburg, Germany PHOTO: Reuters CNBC Jun 19, 2017 Artificial intelligence is everywhere, from Apple's iPhone keyboard to Zillow's home price estimates. There's also a lot of stuff out there that marketers are calling AI, but really isn't.

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    15. Everyone keeps talking about AI—here's what it really is and why it's so hot now

      Everyone keeps talking about AI—here's what it really is and why it's so hot now

      Everyone keeps talking about AI—here's what it really is and why it's so hot now Jordan Novet Tweet Share Artificial intelligence has never been so hot. The biggest companies in the world are investing in research and rapidly introducing new AI products. More Artificial intelligence is everywhere, from Apple's iPhone keyboard to Zillow's home price estimates. There's also a lot of stuff out there that marketers are calling AI, but really isn't.

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    16. Alexis Tam Chon Weng, Macau’s secretary for social affairs and culture, discusses the SAR’s advances in higher education

      Alexis Tam Chon Weng, Macau’s secretary for social affairs and culture, discusses the SAR’s advances in higher education

      [Sponsored article] Every aspect of a Macau citizen’s life, from birth to education, from medical services to elderly care, is within the management of the Secretariat for Social Affairs and Culture. Alexis Tam Chon Weng, Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture of the Macau Special Administrative Region (SAR), talks about the development of higher education in Macau.

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    17. Weekly Reading

      Weekly Reading What are you currently reading? I've actually been reading a lot this week! I'm about halfway through The New Jim Crow now. The first couple chapters were good reading, but also pretty much stuff I already knew, but the chapter I just finished focused on specific laws, Supreme Court decisions, etc. that I wasn't familiar with, and wow, that is even more fucked up than I realized.

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    18. Natural Language Processing with PyTorch

      Natural Language Processing with PyTorch

      1-4919-7816-3 Delip Rao Delip Rao is a machine learning and natural language processing researcher focused on building AI solutions for consumers and businesses. He has worked on NLP and ML research problems involving semi-supervised learning, graph-based ranking, sequence learning, distributed machine learning, and more, and has published several highly cited papers in these areas.Delip worked as a Research Scientist at Amazon focusing on machine learning and natural language understanding for Amazon Echo, and at Twitter, where he worked on a variety of problems including anomaly detection, spam, content discovery, user modeling, and engagement prediction. He is currently building Joostware ...

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    19. Fuji Xerox's chairman resigns over 'improper accounting'

      Fuji Xerox's chairman resigns over 'improper accounting'

      FujiXerox has apologised for what it calls “improper accounting” that saw its Australian and New Zealand operations book sales earlier than was usual, resulting in inflated sales figures. The company's apology says, after machine translation, that an independent committee has examined the books of the two subsidiaries and settled their accounts correctly. The result is a ¥37.5 billion (US$341m) adjustment to six years' net profits. The probe found that local management encouraged the practice.

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    20. China on WannaCry: It wasn't us, honest

      China on WannaCry: It wasn't us, honest

      WannaCry caused chaos across the globe. Image: File photo Chinese security firms have hit out against suggestions that last month's global WannaCry ransomware outbreak can be blamed on China. The WannaCry ransomware epidemic hit over 300,000 PCs around the globe , using worm-like capabilities to spread and infect Microsoft Windows machines -- including many in China.

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    21. MIT researchers speed up computation using neural networks based on light instead of electricity

      MIT researchers speed up computation using neural networks based on light instead of electricity

      A programmable nanophotonic processor on a circuit board. Image: RedCube Inc. 0 Neural networks form the basis of a new class of applications and services based on artificial intelligence. Natural language processing, machine translation, face and voice recognition software — all use artificial neural networks. The artificial neural networks are highly demanding, even for the best hardware.

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