Google feeds its AI machines steamy romance novels to improve natural language processing

Google feeds its AI machines steamy romance novels to improve natural language processing Over the past couple of years, Google has been implementing a number of AI, or machine-learning technologies, in to its products. Whether it’s intuitive search within the Photos app, better automatic thumbnail creation in YouTube, ‘Smart Reply’ in Inbox, or just straight-out beating an 18-time Go world champion, its artificial intelligent brains are being developed and honed. With all of its incredible talent, apparently, there’s still work to be done when it comes to results from neural networks sounding and…

Using the web as corpus

Translators, terminologists and even Subject matter experts (SMEs) are called upon to define, differentiate and translate terminology on a daily basis. There are many questions that will eventually lead to the A => B translation equivalency (or at least to a prevailing one). All of us can, and usually do, turn to traditional printed dictionaries or dictionaries on CD. Please follow and like us:

Τελεστές για μηχανές αναζήτησης

  Εδώ και αρκετό καιρό ήθελα να γράψω κάτι παραπάνω για τις μεθόδους αναζήτησης στο Google g (άντε και στο Bing μια και πολλοί μού έχετε πει ότι τώρα πια με το θάνατο της Altavista προτιμάτε το Bing). Όμως για πολλούς και διάφορους λόγους ποτέ δεν κατάφερνα να το ξεκινήσω. Τώρα λοιπόν, βρήκα το χρόνο και σας παρουσιάζω ενημερωμένες τις μεθόδους έρευνας σε μηχανές αναζήτησης. Αυτό είναι το πρώτο μέρος μια και στο δεύτερο θα καλύψω τους υπόλοιπους τελεστές. Please follow and like us:

Google’s Tally Of World’s Book Titles: 129,864,880 – NPR August 12, 2010

Google’s Tally Of World’s Book Titles: 129,864,880 August 12, 2010     How many different books are there in the world? It’s a question Jon Orwant often hears. He’s an engineering manager at Google Books — part of the tech company’s efforts to digitize all of the world’s books. Recently, they announced an answer: 129,864,880. Melissa Block talks to Orwant about how Google came up with the number. Copyright © 2010 National Public Radio®. For personal, noncommercial use only. See Terms of Use. For other uses, prior permission required.  …