Search Results for Tag: open source
You ever wondered how to make a visual search in a video? You would like to look for a particular person, a well-known politician or a person of contemporary history? You need to find a particular object such as a car, a house or a building? If you currently want to make these kinds of searches on your video collection, you may have a hard time. Use AXES!
DateWednesday, June 10th, 2015
TagsASR, digital archives, information retrieval, Linking, open source, OW2, self-learning, Visual Search, Weblab
5 Big Links – October 2013
Short and sweet: Five links that lead to novel views about media, tech and innovation.
1. How Apple launched the iPhone with a mix of preparation and pressure. A rare look behind the scenes.
2. Why develop in the Newsroom? Hint: Journalists would not need to start from scratch day by day.
3. Open Source: How Facebook helps building new (better, cheaper) data centers.
4. Beautiful, nice to read, but headed for oblivion? Why visually attractive tablet magazines might be a failure.
5. Amazing: How data can be visualized by now. The ‘making-of’ a series of stunning visualizations for Foursquare.
DateFriday, October 11th, 2013
The CoSyne project (Multilingual Content Synchronization with wikis), in which Deutsche Welle Innovation takes part, is nearing its end. CoSyne targets to find a solution to the current problem of comparing and updating wiki pages on the same subject in different language versions.
DW Innovation has made a short film to get you up to date on the challenges we find in Machine Translation.
DateTuesday, April 16th, 2013
Tagsauthor: Peggy van der Kreeft, DW Innovation, Machine Translation, multilingual translation, open source, prototype, synchronization, wiki