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How Will AI and Machine Learning Enhance Anticipatory Intelligence?

A sneak peek at #HLTCon 2017 “I see…practical anticipatory intelligence for your agency in your future…” Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and their ilk are ready for national security applications (of which anticipatory intelligence is something of a holy grail), posits Charlie Greenbacker. As VP, Analytics at In-Q-Tel, a strategic investor of the U.S. intelligence and […]

Cognitive computing: The human benefit of natural language processing

An HLTCon guest blog Courtesy of Evelyn Kent of Bacon Tree Consulting. This article originally appeared on KMWorld.  Natural language processing is a core ability of cognitive computing systems and is often defined as helping computers process and understand human language. NLP research has been ongoing since the 1930s, and though we have made significant gains in […]

HLTCon: Open Source Intelligence to Forecast the Future, Monitor Events, Unlock the Dark Web

Government forum HLTCon showcases new possibilities through text analytics From making sense of a recent tragic event, to monitoring major world events as they are occurring–and even predicting social unrest in the future–technologies today can derive startling insights from open data sources. A number of speakers will discuss how text analytics can be combined with […]

HLTCon: Saving Lives With Natural Language Processing at HLTCon

Detection and Prediction of Heart Attacks and Suicide From the Analysis of Unstructured Text You’ve probably heard plenty about companies using text analytics to track of their brand on social media, or pull insights from product reviews, but the same software can predict far more serious occurrences than a dissatisfied customer. We’ve invited Karthik Dinakar, […]

HLTCon: Cracking the Code to the Next Breakthrough in Machine Translation

CIA’s Chief of Human Language Technology Speaks at HLTCon, March 31, 2016 No one believes that machine translation is a completely solved problem, but Dr. Patricia O’Neill-Brown, the Chief of Human Language Technology at the CIA, has part of the answer. Dr. O’Neill-Brown has been carrying out research and development aimed at improving machine translation […]