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    1. AI hogs limelight at Google I/O 2017 Day 1

      AI hogs limelight at Google I/O 2017 Day 1

      The first day of the event kicked off with Google showcasing its intention to implement artificial intelligence in all of their apps and services. Google has kicked off its highly anticipated three days I/O developer conference in California with lots of goodies for its loyalists and consumers. The first day of the event kicked off with Google showcasing its intention to implement artificial intelligence in all of their apps and services.

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    2. Natural Language Processing Market - Study, Scope Of Market, Market size and Growth with Global Industry Analysis, Market Challenges, Enhanced Productivity, Process, Key Vendors and Major Trends

      Natural Language Processing Market - Study, Scope Of Market, Market size and Growth with Global Industry Analysis, Market Challenges, Enhanced Productivity, Process, Key Vendors and Major Trends

      3.3.1. Bargaining power of buyers 3.3.2. Bargaining power of suppliers 3.3.3. Threat of substitutes 3.3.5. Threat of new entrants 3.4. Global natural language processing market shares analysis, 2014-2025Continued…List of Tables for Natural Language Processing Market Contain 45 TablesList of Figures for Natural Language Processing Market Contain 53 FiguresDiscount on Full Report: www.progressivemarkets.com/get-discount/natural-language-... About Us Progressive Markets is the answer to every possible business query. It is a market research and business consulting firm, headquartered in India that aims to deliver conversant executive support to foster overall ...

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    3. Google's new TPUs are here to accelerate AI training

      Google's new TPUs are here to accelerate AI training

      Google's new TPUs are here to accelerate AI training The company's new specialized hardware will accelerate the creation of intelligent apps Email a friend Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent. Sorry U.S. Correspondent, IDG News Service | May 17, 2017 Credit: Google Larry Ellison learns to love the cloud Google has made another leap forward in the realm of machine learning hardware.

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    4. Google's new TPUs are here to accelerate AI training | Cio

      Google's new TPUs are here to accelerate AI training | Cio

      Google's new TPUs are here to accelerate AI training The company's new specialized hardware will accelerate the creation of intelligent apps Email a friend Use commas to separate multiple email addresses From Your message has been sent. Sorry U.S. Correspondent, IDG News Service | May 17, 2017 10:09 AM PT Credit: Google Does the Cloud Free up the Enterprise? Google has made another leap forward in the realm of machine learning hardware.

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    5. Google unveils next-gen TPUs to both train and run machine learning models

      Google unveils next-gen TPUs to both train and run machine learning models

      ZDNet Japan Google unveils next-gen TPUs to both train and run machine learning models At Google I/O, CEO Sundar Pichai said Google's high-power chips should make Google Cloud Platform the best public cloud for machine learning. | Topic: Hardware The Google Cloud TPU delivers up to 180 teraflops of computing power. At the Google I/O conference Wednesday, Google unveiled the next generation of its custom-built Tensor Processing Unit (TPU), a chip designed for machine learning.

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    6. Google’s New Translation Tech Takes a Great Leap Forward

      Google’s New Translation Tech Takes a Great Leap Forward

      Post Send Six months ago, Google began providing an enhanced online translation service for foreign language texts that has leapfrogged in fluency, accuracy, and speed over its previous service. Google Translate says its service is improving more this year than in the last ten years combined . Travel businesses gain Slowly but surely, online travel sellers will soon see the benefits, as more accurate translations are enabling clearer communication and more bookings.

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    7. This App Takes the Guesswork Out of Google Translate

      This App Takes the Guesswork Out of Google Translate

      Boomerang for iOS Double Checks Google Translations for You Boomerang is powered by Google Translate It helps quickly double check machine translations It is available free on the App Store, with ads One of the best things about the world we live in is that it's possible for someone living in India, who speaks only Hindi and English, to travel to almost any part of the world, and just use a smartphone and Google Translate to actually make themselves understood.

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    8. IBM Nudges Ahead in the Race for Quantum Supremacy

      Recommended for You A Single Autonomous Car Has a Huge Impact on Alleviating Traffic Nvidia CEO: Software Is Eating the World, but AI Is Going to Eat Software An Algorithm Summarizes Lengthy Text Surprisingly Well Europe’s Latest Billion-Dollar Startup Wants to Build the Matrix. Really. Linguistics Breakthrough Heralds Machine Translation for Thousands of Rare Languages IBM Research has built its most powerful quantum chips yet, and is putting them up for use by researchers via the cloud.

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    9. What is the meaning of "Ex Lux", the name of Lucifer Morningstar's new bar? – latin.stackexchange.com

      What is the meaning of "Ex Lux", the name of Lucifer Morningstar's new bar? – latin.stackexchange.com

      up vote 6 down vote favorite I've been a fan of Mike Carey's Lucifer comic series, for its believable portrait of a fallen angel. The series spun off from Neil Gaiman's The Sandman , which established this incarnation of Lucifer Morningstar. In short, Lucifer gets tired of the role given to him by God, so he abandons Hell and opens a piano bar on Earth called "Lux" (best in LA!). I know "lux" means "light", so this one is ok. Now there's a new Lucifer series , set right after the previous run.

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    10. What Does the Post-Language Economy Look Like

      What Does the Post-Language Economy Look Like

      What Does the Post-Language Economy Look Like How translation technology is changing the face of small business on a global scale. The greatest barrier to global trade is not space and time, or even geopolitics. The greatest barrier today is language . Only major corporations have been able to set up mirror offices and global operations networks to facilitate international trade.

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    11. Thorny fish

      Thorny fish

      / 12:10 AM May 17, 2017 Yes, the title sounds strange, an example of the kind of inappropriate machine translation that you get on the internet. The Filipino “tinik” can mean plant thorns or fish bones, but you can’t say “binuto ako” when you have a fish bone stuck in your throat. But I’m not doing a linguistics article today. Thorny is used as well to refer to difficult problems, and that is what we have today with fish.

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    12. Kerish Doctor 2017

      Kerish Doctor 2017

      The current text is the result of machine translation. You can help us improve it. 必要なシステム: For Windows XP: Processor: 400 MHz, 32-bit (x86); 256 MB of RAM or higher; 60 MB of Free Disk Space; Monitor resolution: min. 1024x768; For Windows Vista/ 7/ 8/ 8.1/ 10: Processor: 1 Ghz, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64); 512 MB of RAM or higher; 60 MB of Free Disk Space; Monitor resolution: min.1024x768 出版社:

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    13. Advanced technology a boost for translation industry : Dr Harusia

      Advanced technology a boost for translation industry : Dr Harusia

      Advanced technology a boost for translation industry : Dr Harusia Posted on 16 May 2017 - 02:28pm Print KUALA LUMPUR: The advancement in technology, especially computer aided translation (CAT) functionality offers a wide scope of opportunities for those involved in the translation industry said Deputy Dean (School of Humanities) University Sains Malaysia (USM), Prof Madya Dr Hasuria Che Omar.

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    14. Estimation of parameters for machine translation without in-domain parallel data

      A system and method for estimating parameters for features of a translation scoring function for scoring candidate translations in a target domain are provided. Given a source language corpus for a target domain, a similarity measure is computed between the source corpus and a target domain multi-model, which may be a phrase table derived from phrase tables of comparative domains, weighted as a function of similarity with the source corpus. The parameters of the log-linear function for these comparative domains are known. A mapping function is learned between similarity measure and parameters of the scoring function for the comparative domains ...

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    15. Machine Translation/Introduction

      Difference between revisions of "Machine Translation/Introduction" From Wikibooks, open books for an open world (history moved to a separate section) ==What is not Machine Translation?== ==What is not Machine Translation?== What is Machine Translation? [ edit ] What is not Machine Translation? [ edit ] Bibliography and further reading [ edit ] This page or section is an undeveloped draft or outline. You can help to develop the work , or you can ask for assistance in the project room .

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    16. Machine Translation/History

      Difference between revisions of "Machine Translation/History" From Wikibooks, open books for an open world Latest revision as of 19:18, 15 May 2017 Contents Brief history of MT [ edit ] The beginnings (1940s) [ edit ] The early boom (1950s) [ edit ] The rise of SMT (1990s) [ edit ] The win of NMT (2016) [ edit ] Predicting the future [ edit ] This page or section is an undeveloped draft or outline. You can help to develop the work , or you can ask for assistance in the project room .

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    17. MIT Is Building A Cheap Handheld Device For Translating Braille In Real Time

      MIT Is Building A Cheap Handheld Device For Translating Braille In Real Time

      Stay current with a recap of today's Tech News from Digital Trends Get today's popular Digital Trends articles in your inbox: Why it matters to you MIT's low-cost handheld Braille translator could be a game-changer for millions of people around the world. Thanks to the power of modern machine translation tools, the ability to instantly translate from one language to another is commonplace. Due to the advancement of technologies like deep learning, it recently got a whole lot better, too .

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    18. Xerox : U.S. Patents Awarded to Inventors in New York (May 13)

      ALEXANDRIA, Va. , May 13 -- The following federal patents were awarded to inventors in New York . *** Xerox , Norwalk, Conn. , Assigned Patent for Joint Quantization of Drop Probability Functions in Multi-Size Drop Inkjet Printers ALEXANDRIA, Va. , May 13 -- Xerox , Norwalk, Connecticut , has been assigned a patent (9,643,408) developed by Stuart A. Schweid , Pittsford, New York , for "joint quantization of drop probability functions in multi-size drop inkjet printers."

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    19. 25 Examples of How Artificial Intelligence Will Change You by 2027

      25 Examples of How Artificial Intelligence Will Change You by 2027

      25 Examples of A.I. That Will Seem Normal in 2027 # 6: International Cyber Defense AI May 12, 2017 I n the last ten years, artificial intelligence has changed the world in subtle but sweeping ways, but it’s got nothing on the coming decade, if you look at what’s being developed today. Voice recognition on every smartphone were simple proofs of concept. Over the next 10 years, artificial intelligence will make more progress than in the fifty before it, combined.

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