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    1. Boosted by Ai & Product Differentiation, Sogou Search now firmly situates in No. 2 market position in China

      Boosted by Ai & Product Differentiation, Sogou Search now firmly situates in No. 2 market position in China

      News Feed Item Boosted by AI & Product Differentiation, Sogou Search now firmly situates in No. 2 market position in China June 1, 2017 02:00 PM EDT Blog This BEIJING , June 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- CTR, China's leading market research and media tracking agency, recently published China Internet Search Market Competition Results Report. The report shows search engine users in the country amounted to 602 million by December 2016 , increasing 36.15 million from 2015, and continuing to grow.

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      Mentions: Beijing China Google
    2. Day Translations Launches Free Chrome Plugin Extension for Translations

      Day Translations Launches Free Chrome Plugin Extension for Translations

      June 01, 2017 at 12:22 PM EDT Day Translations Launches Free Chrome Plugin Extension for Translations NEW YORK , June 1, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Day Translations, a translation services provider offering localization, translation, interpreting and subtitling services, has released a Chrome plugin extension that quickly and conveniently translates text from your browser menu bar. The company is distributing the plugin free of charge on the Chrome web store.

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      Mentions: New York Yandex API
    3. Boosted by Ai & Product Differentiation, Sogou Search now firmly situates in No. 2 market position

      Boosted by Ai & Product Differentiation, Sogou Search now firmly situates in No. 2 market position

      BEIJING , June 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- CTR, China's leading market research and media tracking agency, recently published China Internet Search Market Competition Results Report. The report shows search engine users in the country amounted to 602 million by December 2016 , increasing 36.15 million from 2015, and continuing to grow.

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      Mentions: Beijing China Google
    4. Deep Learning Takes on Translation

      Deep Learning Takes on Translation

      Deep Learning Takes on Translation By Don Monroe Communications of the ACM, Vol. 60 No. 6, Pages 12-14 10.1145/3077229 Share Over the last few years, data-intensive machine-learning techniques have made dramatic strides in speech recognition and image analysis. Now these methods are making significant advances on another long-standing challenge: translation of written text between languages.

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    5. The evolution of computational linguistics and where it's headed next

      The evolution of computational linguistics and where it's headed next

      The evolution of computational linguistics and where it's headed next May 31, 2017 by Andrew Myers Natural language processing is a key part of the artificial intelligence revolution. Credit: Stefani Billings Earlier this year, Christopher Manning, a Stanford professor of computer science and of linguistics, was named the Thomas M. Siebel Professor in Machine Learning, thanks to a gift from the Thomas and Stacey Siebel Foundation.

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    6. The World Humanitarian Summit One Year Later: Participation Revolution? People Need Agency And Information

      The World Humanitarian Summit One Year Later: Participation Revolution? People Need Agency And Information

      The World Humanitarian Summit One Year Later: Participation Revolution? People Need Agency And Information 31/05/2017 16:31 Aimee Ansari Executive Director, Translators without Borders ALBERT GONZALEZ FARRAN via Getty Images The Grand Bargain, seeking to address the problems of humanitarian response in the past twenty years, aims for a participation revolution. To achieve this lofty goal, should we aim to fix past problems or look to the future?

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      Mentions: Russian Yemen Hausa
    7. Machine-Learning Maestro Michael Jordan on the Delusions of Big Data and Other Huge Engineering Efforts - Ieee Spectrum

      Machine-Learning Maestro Michael Jordan on the Delusions of Big Data and Other Huge Engineering Efforts - Ieee Spectrum

      What the Turing Test Really Means Why We Should Stop Using Brain Metaphors When We Talk About Computing IEEE Spectrum : I infer from your writing that you believe there’s a lot of misinformation out there about deep learning, big data, computer vision, and the like. Michael Jordan: Well, on all academic topics there is a lot of misinformation. The media is trying to do its best to find topics that people are going to read about. Sometimes those go beyond where the achievements actually are.

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    8. WannaCry virus - Hackers used Google Translate to write ransom note, say experts

      WannaCry virus - Hackers used Google Translate to write ransom note, say experts

      1 of 15 14 of the biggest cyber-attacks, hacks and data breaches in history Flashpoint’s researchers studied the ransom notes and fond whoever wrote it was likely either “native or at least fluent” in Chinese. Out of the 28 different notes, the security firm said only two Chinese character versions and the English version were written by a human. The other 25 notes appear to have been an English note that was put through Google Translate.

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    9. WannaCry creators could be Chinese,

      WannaCry creators could be Chinese,

      The WannaCry Malware that affected as many as 300,000 computers worldwide was likely authored by hackers from southern China, Hong Kong, Taiwan or Singapore, said a US intelligence company. The attacks discovered earlier this month caused havoc in global computer networks, affecting as many as 150 countries and disrupting governments and several industries. Infected systems were locked down with a note demanding a ransom, written in 28 different languages.

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    10. I would like to hire a Software Developer by singhmuskaan69

      I would like to hire a Software Developer by singhmuskaan69

      I would like to hire a Software Developer Description I need you to develop a Cloud-based Sanskrit-Hindi machine translation software for me. I would like this software to be developed for Linux using Python and various other programming languages. A web-based Sanskrit-Hindi translation system is to be developed which is further required to be deployed on the cloud using Hadoop and map-reduce framework. Offer to work on this job now!

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    11. Global Healthcare Natural Language Processing (NLP) Market Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2016 - 2024

      Global Healthcare Natural Language Processing (NLP) Market Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2016 - 2024

      Press release from: Healthcare Natural Language Processing Researchmoz added Most up-to-date research on "Healthcare Natural Language Processing (NLP) Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2016 - 2024" to its huge collection of research reports.This report provides an analysis of the global healthcare natural language processing (NLP) market for the period from 2014 to 2024, wherein the period from 2016 to 2024 comprises the forecast period and 2015 is the base year. Data for 2014 is provided as historical information. The report details the prominent trends and technologies playing a major role in the growth of the ...

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    12. One scientist's race to build a Peace Machine | Science & Technology

      One scientist's race to build a Peace Machine | Science & Technology

      Features Science & Technology One scientist's race to build a Peace Machine Can one man with terminal cancer complete his mission to use artificial intelligence to solve disputes before he dies? 30 May 2017 06:52 GMT Timo Honkela works on his Peace Machine manuscript with transcription assistant Hanna Pankka. Honkela lost half of his sight after cancer surgery [Niko Nurminen/Al Jazeera] By Niko Nurminen Niko Nurminen is a journalist and film-maker specialised in arctic affairs.

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    13. WannaCry Authors May Be Chinese Native Speakers

      WannaCry Authors May Be Chinese Native Speakers

      WannaCry Authors May Be Chinese Native Speakers GO The authors may still be the Lazarus group May 29, 2017 19:29 GMT · By Gabriela Vatu · Share: Over the past couple of weeks there's been a lot of talk about who's behind the WannaCry ransomware, with some researchers pointing to code that's the same as that used by the North Korean Lazarus group, while others saying there's a low chance for them to be behind it all.

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    14. Linguistic analysis shows WannaCry ransom notes written by southern Chinese, says US intelligence firm

      Chew Hui Min The WannaCry Malware that affected as many as 300,000 computers worldwide are likely authored by hackers from southern China, Hong Kong, Taiwan or Singapore, said a US intelligence company. The attacks discovered earlier in May caused havoc in global computer networks, affecting as many as 150 countries and disrupting governments and several industries. Infected systems were locked down with a note demanding a ransom, written in 28 different languages.

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    15. The translation industry’s dirty little secret – Alessandro Cattelan – Medium

      The translation industry’s dirty little secret – Alessandro Cattelan – Medium

      Blocked Unblock Follow Following I’m VP Operations at Translated.net and Product Manager at MateCat.com. I design processes and technology to make companies efficient. May 28 The translation industry’s dirty little secret Post-editing, in a way, is the dirty little secret of the translation industry. Everybody is doing it, but no one wants to talk about it.

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    16. Google: Google will soon find you a job as the tech giant refines its mastery over AI,

      Google: Google will soon find you a job as the tech giant refines its mastery over AI,

      By Sreeraman Thiagarajan

      Looks like Google I/O, their annual developer conference is now likely to stay at their backyard at Shoreline Amphitheatre as opposed to Moscone center in San Francisco where eight of their previous conferences were held.

      Shoreline Amphitheatre is an open-air venue in the pacific coast of California with abundant sun shine, and Google's CEO Sundar Pichai opened the keynote by urging the 7000 plus members present to apply the sunscreen liberally and declared ''it's on us".

      The #io17 keynote was two-part series and long enough that we had a lunch break in between; there ...

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    17. Google will soon find you a job as the tech giant refines its mastery over AI

      Google will soon find you a job as the tech giant refines its mastery over AI

      By Sreeraman Thiagarajan

      Looks like Google I/O, their annual developer conference is now likely to stay at their backyard at Shoreline Amphitheatre as opposed to Moscone center in San Francisco where eight of their previous conferences were held.

      Shoreline Amphitheatre is an open-air venue in the pacific coast of California with abundant sun shine, and Google's CEO Sundar Pichai opened the keynote by urging the 7000 plus members present to apply the sunscreen liberally and declared ''it's on us".

      The #io17 keynote was two-part series and long enough that we had a lunch break in between; there ...

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    18. Google: Google will soon find you a job as the tech giant refines its mastery over AI, Telecom News, ET Telecom

      Google: Google will soon find you a job as the tech giant refines its mastery over AI, Telecom News, ET Telecom

      By Sreeraman Thiagarajan

      Looks like Google I/O, their annual developer conference is now likely to stay at their backyard at Shoreline Amphitheatre as opposed to Moscone center in San Francisco where eight of their previous conferences were held.

      Shoreline Amphitheatre is an open-air venue in the pacific coast of California with abundant sun shine, and Google's CEO Sundar Pichai opened the keynote by urging the 7000 plus members present to apply the sunscreen liberally and declared ''it's on us".

      The #io17 keynote was two-part series and long enough that we had a lunch break in between; there ...

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    19. WannaCry Ransomware News: Linguistic Analysis Offers Insight About Attackers

      WannaCry Ransomware News: Linguistic Analysis Offers Insight About Attackers

      A linguistic analysis conducted on the ransom notes used by the WannaCry ransomware that infected hundreds of thousands of computers around the world earlier this month revealed the author of the attack is likely fluent in Chinese. Security research firm Flashpoint conducted its analysis by examining 28 ransom notes from the malicious software written in a number of languages. The researchers concluded the attacker is likely fluent in Chinese and speaks some English.

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    20. Linguistic Analysis Shows WannaCry Authors Speak Chinese

      Linguistic Analysis Shows WannaCry Authors Speak Chinese

      Linguistic Analysis Suggests WannaCry Authors Speak Chinese By Eduard Kovacs A linguistic analysis of more than two dozen ransom notes displayed by the WannaCry ransomware suggests that its authors are fluent Chinese speakers and they also appear to know English. While malware code similarities suggest that WannaCry has been developed by the North Korea-linked threat actor known as Lazarus, some believe the attack does not fit Pyongyang’s style and interests .

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    21. Johnson: Why translators have the blues

      Johnson: Why translators have the blues

      TRANSLATION can be lonely work, which may well be why most translators choose the career out of interest, not because they crave attention. Until recently, a decent translator could expect a steady, tidy living, too. But the industry is undergoing a wrenching change that will make life hard for the timid. Most translators are freelancers, and with the rise of the internet a good translator could live in Kentucky and work for Swiss banks.

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