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Questions asked on university lectureship interviews

A list of commonly asked interview question for university lectureship and fellowship positions

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Moment when my idea became a web standard

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 […]

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What is wrong with academic publishing?

I bet that each PhD student and even older academics at some point though or came to the idea that something is wrong with academic publishing. It is not hard to come to that idea, especially if you were influenced a bit by open source and left wing ideas that knowledge should be accessible and […]

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Marvin – A tool for semantic annotation released

During the last week I have released a version of Marvin – a tool for semantic annotations, that is able to annotate text using various sources, such as UMLS (using MetaMap), DBPedia, using some SPARQL interface, WordNet and probably most importantly SKOS (Simple Knowledge Organization System ) format for representing lexicons, dictionaries and terminologies. Primarily, the […]

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Introduction to reverse engineering

1. Introduction Reverse engineering is the process of discovering the technological principles of a device, object, or system through analysis of its structure, function, and operation. This involves taking some device, system or software and breaking it apart, analyze it and conclude how it works. When reverse engineer conclude how system works he can take […]

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Marvin – semantic annotator

We created Marvin, an semantic text annotation tool that uses external resources such as DBPedia and WordNet to annotate semantically text. Marvin is built in java and can be used as a standalone application or as a library. Marvin semantic annotator already has a lot of knowledge, which will make anyone probably depressed and therefore […]

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Hacker’s lament

But did you, in your three-piece psychology and 1950’s technobrain ever take a look behind the eyes of the Hacker? Did you ever wonder what made him tick, what forces shaped him, what may have molded him? I am a Hacker, enter my world…. Mine is a world that begins with school… I’m smarter than […]

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Worries about Artificial Intelligence

Recently big names in science and technology Stephen Hawking and Eon Musk showed publicly their concerns about artificial intelligence. Musk even donated $10 million in order to keep artificial intelligence friendly. However, Forbes stated “Gates and Musk both have an interest in ensuring that artificial intelligence not only stays friendly, but stays viable (e.g. – […]

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OWASP Seraphimdroid android security published

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Today I have to make one very important announcement. The first version of OWASP Serpahimdroid has been officially published. It is now publicly available in Google play store (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.owasp.seraphimdroid). I would like to tell a bit of the background of this project and describe some main features here. It has […]

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xgoogle python library upgrade for google image search

Couple of days ago I realized that I need some library that will allow me search google and especially face images. I was previously working a bit with the Google API, however Google offers only 100 requests per day and there are some other limitations. It is very good API if you pay and want […]