What is better way to share knowledge with wider audience then creating an online courses. For a while, I have been thinking about this idea and how to effectively share knowledge. Finally, I can announce that I am about to build a small online school with the set of low-cost/high-value courses in cyber-security, natural language […]
About two months ago, a paper that resulted from my Ph.D. work has been published in the International Journal of Document Analysis and Recognition. The paper is titled “A framework for information extraction from tables in biomedical literature”.
Named entity recognizer is a program that recognizes named entity in text. The named entities could be anything from locations, company or person’s names, drug or disease names, etc.
I would like to state a couple of ideas that I have been thinking in the past number of days regarding what I do, which generally is natural language processing and machine learning. They may be something I am already working on and some ideas for the future and future directions. Only time will tell […]
A paper called “Classification of Intangible Social Innovation Concepts” that was submitted and accepted for presentation at 23rd International Conference on Natural Language & Information Systems (NLDB2018) and was held in Paris, France from 13th to 15th June 2018, received one of the best paper award. In total 3 papers were awarded as the best papers with no […]
On 18th and 19th April 2018, the first UK health text analytics conference (HealTAC) took place in Manchester. The main conference venue was Pendulum hotel, located on Stackville street, close to the north University of Manchester campus, the former UMIST. I had a pleasure to participate and help with a certain organisational things, as a […]
Recently I watched the following talk from DefCon named “The art of trolling”, which reminded me of my earlier days and stuff I did: Also, interestingly enough, I was on an event where we had a number of speakers (academics and policy makers) talking about innovation policy, innovation management and similar. However, from all these […]
This is the story how one schema I worked on as a side project suddenly found its place in W3C recommendation. In November 2015, I went with my supervisor to Japan. In small cities of Mishima and Ito, about 1 hour train ride from Tokyo was held Biomedical Linked Annotation Hackathon (BLAH2) to which my supervisor […]
OWASP Seraphimdroid is back after Google Summer of Code with a new version, this time, it will be 2.5 and some exciting changes, we thought that may help users protect their security and privacy. I would like to briefly write about our new features. The app is available on old good place: Google play (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.owasp.seraphimdroid) What […]