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    1. Welcome to the desktop degree…

      Welcome to the desktop degree…
      Three courses created at Stanford University prove that free online education can compete with traditional teaching methods * + Tweet this + + reddit this * Comments (…) * John Naughton * + John Naughton + The Observer, Saturday 4 February 2012 + Article history About this article Close This article appeared on p19 of the The New Review section of the Observer on Saturday 4 February 2012. It was published on guardian.co.uk at 19.0
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    2. Scientists crack mysterious "Copiale Cipher"

      Scientists crack mysterious "Copiale Cipher"
      Scientists crack mysterious "Copiale Cipher"The Guardian (blog)Dr Knight, who primarily conducts research in computational linguistics and machine translation, doesn't have much experience in cryptography. But undeterred, he began collaborating this year with two Swedish linguists, Beata Megyesi and Christiane ...and more »
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    3. Meet the iPhone 4S's Siri, Apple's secretary you can fit in your pocket

      Meet the iPhone 4S's Siri, Apple's secretary you can fit in your pocket
      The GuardianMeet the iPhone 4S's Siri, Apple's secretary you can fit in your pocketThe GuardianIt uses natural language processing to answer questions, make recommendations and perform actions by delegating requests to other iPhone applications (calendar, email, text messaging, etc). Siri has an interesting pedigree. ...and more »
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    4. Is That a Fish in Your Ear? by David Bellos - review

      Is That a Fish in Your Ear? by David Bellos - review
      The GuardianIs That a Fish in Your Ear? by David Bellos - reviewThe GuardianIn short, punchy, instructive chapters that take in such things as linguistics, philosophy, dictionaries, machine translation, Bible translations, international law, the Nuremberg trials, the European Union and the rise of simultaneous interpreting ...and more »
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    5. Boot up: Intel on Apple's app store, Demand Media lawyers get feisty, and more

      Boot up: Intel on Apple's app store, Demand Media lawyers get feisty, and more
      The Guardian (blog)Boot up: Intel on Apple's app store, Demand Media lawyers get feisty, and moreThe Guardian (blog)The paper, "Discriminating Gender on Twitter," which is being presented this week at the Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing in Scotland, demonstrates that machines can often figure out a person's gender on Twitter just by ...and more »
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    6. Google is to start translating poetry

      The search engine is adapting its translation technology for verse. So how will it handle The Jabberwocky? Who'd be a translator? By day you struggle with the German for "babbitt-lined bearing" ( Weißmetallfutterlager , of course), by night you worry how you'll pay the bills. Online translation services such as Babel Fish may not be able to match you for nuance and naturalness, but they're a ...
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