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Open Framework of e-Services for Multilingual and Semantic Enrichment of Digital Content
Open Framework of e-Services for Multilingual and Semantic Enrichment of Digital Content

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FREME has just come to the end of its fruitful development road. The commercial-grade open framework of e-Service for the multilingual and semantic enrichment of digital content is available to third parties that can now enter the multilingual market more easily, and develop new business models in enrichment-enabled content and data value chains.Europawire – an online portal that aggregates and curates PR news from Europe’s biggest and most influential brands, companies and institutions to consolidate the newswire market on a pan European level and let the world know about what’s current in Europe in nearly real time – has publshed a new press release that provides an overview of the project results.

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After two years, FREME is getting close to the end of its development road. The FREME Consortium is glad to announce that the open framework of e-Services for multilingual and semantic enrichment of digital content will be hosted by the Irish ADAPT Center. This will allow to further develop the framework with the goal of empowering both research and industry projects. Click on the link to read the full article.

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Interesting results are coming to light...Europawire - an online portal that aggregates and curates PR news from Europe’s biggest and most influential brands, companies and institutions - just published our new Press Release that highlights main achievements obtained so far. Check it out!

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Donald A. DePalma – Chief Strategist and Founder at Common Sense Advisory, an independent Massachusetts-based market research company – gives a general overview of the FREME project through description of the open framework of e-Services, and analyses the integration of FREME with Ocelot, an open source translation editor that Vistatec is using as a backbone for its new Deep Content service. Click on the link below to read the full article.

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After two days packed with keynote speeches, technical sessions, and networking opportunities, the European Data Forum 2016 comes to the end. FREME delegates thank the organizers and all the people involved in making this event so successful.
Exhibition of the FREME project will continue at the Frankfurt Book Fair in October 2016. Follow us on our social networks to stay updated and discover what FREME will bring in for you. For more information visit www.freme-project.eu.
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#‎FREME‬ delegates will be more than pleased to meet you in Eindhoven next week at the European Data Forum 2016. Come and visit our boot: Ring 2, Booth 12! We can discuss how #FREME e-Services may help you business and how your requirements could contribute to the development of the Framework.
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Digital content is an indispensable source of information and a growth driver within all sectors, across all borders, and in all languages. FREME allows for automatic, multilingual, and semantically enriched content generation in a common and flexible way. It provides easy-to-use and standardised APIs for software developers for integration of enrichment services in their products and services, and GUIs for end users in the realm of digital content creation, publishing, translation / localisation, multilingual sharing and access, and personalised recommendations. FREME, as a unified solution views multilingual technologies such as machine translation, named-entity recognition, and others as means to make big datasets more purposeful and to increase their potential to generate businesses, jobs, and innovative products. To make this a reality, the FREME concept and approach are designed from the perspective of real world business needs.

Do you think your business can benefit from FREME?

Join our project and drive development of the open framework. Meet us in Eidhoven during the European Data Forum (‪#‎EDF16‬), 29-30 June 2016.

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The Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC 2016) is a very important opportunity for disseminating results of FREME, making people working in these fields aware of latest development. FREME will present its innovation with a poster during “Session P51 – Multilingual Corpora” on 27 May (11:45 - 13:25). Moreover, FREME delegates will be available at the booth in the exhibition hall to show how the open framework of e-Services may narrow the gap between the actual business needs, the language, and linked data technologies.
For more information click on the link.

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First article published on CORDIS, the European Commission’s primary public repository and portal to disseminate information on all EU-funded research projects. More articles about our business cases will follow in the coming months. Stay tuned!

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FREME will bring its innovation at the European Data Forum 2016 (‪#‎EDF16‬) in Eindhoven, The Netherland. Join us to see how the FREME open framework of e-Services may help your business growing in the field of ‪#‎multilingual‬ and ‪#‎semantic‬ enrichment of digital contents. Our business partners will explain their experience with the integration of the framework within their products/services.
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