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For those of you interested in working with #LinkedData in Text Mining, we've just released the LODtagger GATE PR that allows you to run #DBpedia Spotlight from within @GATE(other #LOD taggers will be added in future releases). It calls the REST interface of an existing Spotlight installation (local or remote) and transforms the results into GATE annotations of a configurable type.

You can install it directly through the GATE Plugin Manager, using our "Semantic Software Lab" repository. There's also a demo pipeline that shows how to combine DBpedia entities with noun phrase (NP) chunks, effectively providing linking of named entities.

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SMWCon Spring 2014 May 23

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SMWCon Spring 2014 May 22, Part 2

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SMWCon Spring 2014 May 22

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Semantic MediaWiki Conference (#SMWCon) Spring 2014 at #Concordia in #Montreal

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The Spring 2014 #SMWCon will be held May 21-23 in Montréal, Canada. SMWCon is a twice-yearly event for users and developers of +Semantic MediaWiki 

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Our latest open source release for helping you build smarter web-based information systems by integrating text mining support, here for the +Liferay web portal.

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Our IUI 2013 paper An Approach to Controlling User Models and Personalization Effects in Recommender Systems is now available online.

This is joint work with +Birgitta König-Ries' group at University of Jena, Germany.

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Have a look at this high-level description, written for a general audience, on +Bahar Sateli et al.'s work on Natural Language Processing (NLP) for wiki systems in the latest NOW newsletter from +Concordia University, Montreal.

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We are happy to announce one undergraduate student research summer position (USRA) at +Concordia University, Montreal in Semantic Computing, who will work together with other experienced researchers on our open source Semantic Assistants project.
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