Search Results for Tag: language processing
DateWednesday, December 10th, 2014
Tags#newsHACK, BBC Connected Studio, BBC News Labs, future of news, hackathon, language processing, Language Technology
Welcome to Deutsche Welle Innovation
Deutsche Welle is Germany’s international public service broadcaster.
Deutsche Welle promotes the understanding of Germany as an independent nation with its roots in European culture. DW offers a full range of television, radio and online services and is known for its in-depth, reliable news and information in 30 languages – including Arabic and Kiswahili, Indonesian and Urdu, Russian and Spanish, German and English.
Since the late 1990s Deutsche Welle Innovation Team has successfully participated in more than twenty nationally and internationally funded R&D projects with partners such as the BBC, Yahoo, Oxford University and Fraunhofer Institute. Always with a strong focus on fostering Journalism & Technology the projects have been covering topics ranging from mobile broadcasting technologies towards novel search techniques in social networks, cloud services, and language processing.
On our site we will introduce ourselves and our projects to you. Also take a look around in our playground where we explore innovative ideas closely related to technology used in current and future projects.
DateMonday, December 3rd, 2012
Tagscloud services, DW, innovation, journalism, language processing, projects, search techniques, social networks, team
Novel search methods in archives
AXES is about digital archives. Archives and libraries face great novel opportunities with modern computer technology. Connecting single items and creating relationships among audios, videos and images is a big step in the direction of an interconnected and semantic archive.
If only you would knew what’s in your archive! AXES develops technologies to help you do just that: to interact with audiovisual libraries, helping users to discover, browse, search and enrich archives. AXES technology such as face recognition and speech transcription will open up audiovisual digital libraries and increase their exposure to the European public.
Deutsche Welle is a user partner and contributes to news use cases, user validation and dissemination.
The project runs from Jan 2011 – Dec 2014
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DateFriday, November 2nd, 2012
Synchronising content in multilingual wikis
CoSyne is about wikis, about exchanging text among wikis in different languages. Wikipedia – as the most famous wiki – collects human knowledge in numerous languages and belongs to the top ten most frequented websites in the world. But article lengths differ in the various languages and some would not appear at all in certain languages. What if there would be a tool to translate changes automatically into various languages?
CoSyne develops tools that allow a combination of automated translation with synchronisation. This means it can compare two texts in different languages, and find and translate those parts that are not yet present in the other text. Beyond basic translation processes, CoSyne provides automated compilation, and includes a post-editing tool for finalisation.
Deutsche Welle is an application partner with a specific use case involving the Kalenderblatt program and contributes to user validation and dissemination.
The project runs from Mar 2010 – Feb 2013
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DateFriday, November 2nd, 2012