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On 21 and 22 March, another workshop was held for the Morpheus Network, this time in Saarbrücken. Morpheus has just been extended to go into a second round with its 24 partners from industry and research. Its objective is to process and utilise medical data using methods from artificial intelligence. This shall optimise therapies for patients, generate new products and help predict diseases better.
After eight years of sustainable growth it was finally time for a delicious Korean lunch again. We chucked ourselves into cabs and headed for LangTec’s preferred Korean restaurant near the Reeperbahn red-light district. The kitchen treated us opulently and no one had to go home hungry …
We are pleased to report the continuation and expansion of our consultancy engagement in machine learning and text analytics with one of the leading e-commerce providers worldwide. Starting in March, we will have three senior experts working on semantically complex information extraction from various data streams.
For our Christmas Party 2018 we chose a very special setting this time: The whole team came together for a private screening of one of our favourite French movies. Much fun was had. After this cinematographically intense experience, the party continued in a wonderful near-by French restaurant with exquisite food and wine (alas, no surviving footage of that) …Read More
In the context of a recently conducted public tender the Max Planck Society has selected LangTec as their development partner. The objective of this collaboration planned to extend over one year is the development of a browser plugin for the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin (MPIB). The plugin shall automatically detect, analyse and visualise statistical expressions in web-based content.Read More
Celebrating the finale of this beautiful summer, the team from LangTec team went climbing in the shrouds of the museum ship Rickmer Rickmers. Fantastic weather allowed us to admire a beautiful panoramic view over the harbour of Hamburg. After that, we enjoyed Indian-Ayurvedic cuisine in the restaurant Maharaja.
We are happy to welcome Julian Mechow aboard at LangTec as of today. Julian will be our new working student in software development.
@ Julian: Have a great start in our fabulous team and enjoy working on our NLG engine TextWriter!Read More
On 25 April 2018, the German computer magazine PC-Welt published an online article by the Berlin-based journalist and media consultant Wolfgang Zehrt. Mr. Zehrt discusses the current achievements of robot journalism. In his article he extensively cites LangTec’s managing director Dr. Patrick McCrae regarding the state of the art in automated text generation (NLG). Follow this link to read the article in full (available in German only):Read More