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  • Start exporting!

    Taking your business international takes meticulous planning. Multisensor is here to help you ease the process.

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  • Giving media analysts some free space

    What is Media Monitoring, what is it good for and how can it be improved?

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  • Public Sector, new approaches for old problems

    Archive of old documents

    How could Multisensor’s research results be used to build a “Public Innovation e-Procurement platform (PleP)”? How would a possible re-use scenario for the Public Sector look like.

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  • The verbal world of Jon Snow: Does he really know nothing?

    Game of Thrones Jon Snow looking at his wolf

    We take a close look at natural language production using Jon Snow, from Game of Thrones – who knows more then you think.

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  • The art of querying multimedia and geospatial data


    How to find specific data in your database or on the web using SPARQL.

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  • The Influence of Indirect Ties on Social Network Dynamics

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    How are connections made within social networks? Is there a difference to the real world? And how does this influence the distribution of information?

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  • Machine Translation – between dream and reality

    Globe showing the word "translate" in different languages

    What is Machine Translation all about?

    Machine translation (MT), for a very long time one of the most daring dreams of artificial intelligence, has become a reality for an increasing number of use cases. Nowadays computers can produce translations in no time. While speed and volume of translated data are no longer an issue, opinions still differ about the quality of the translation.

    Sign for a restroom in chinese with a fals english translation.

    False translations can end-up being very funny – or confusing

    The spectrum ranges from strong believes in the usefulness of MT, in particular in scenarios such as getting an understanding of texts in unknown languages and providing raw translation for post- editing, to the absolute negation of any benefits of MT. In addition there are on-going discussions on MT as a growing threat to translators’ jobs.

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  • New technologies in the light of a European crisis

    Euro Symbol outside the european bank in Frankfurt, Germany

    Can technologies like Multisensor serve the needs of a society in times of crisis? Read on to find out what we think.

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  • MULTISENSOR to be presented @ ESWC 2014

    ESWC 2014 Teaser

    MULTISENSOR will be presented at the European Project Networking Session at 11th Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC-2014) on May 27, 2014 at Anissaras, Limenas Hersonissou, Crete, Greece. The ESWC is a major venue for discussing the latest scientific results and technology innovations around semantic technologies. Building on its past success, ESWC is seeking to broaden […]

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    “Smart Big Data” was a common thread running through CeBIT 2014. Both the exhibition and the conference highlighted the huge opportunities awaiting all economic sectors from harnessing today’s rapidly growing volumes of data. This year’s CeBIT offered numerous illustrations of the opportunities arising from the analysis of these data flows. Among them was the MULTISENSOR […]

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