CNGL and Microsoft are collaborating to enable online user-generated content to be moderated quickly and easily. The innovative Offensive Content Detection tool will help to moderate large volumes of multilingual content, ensuring that offensive or abusive content is identified quickly to enable early corrective action.
CNGL Centre for Global Intelligent Content leading the way with Irish language processing and machine translation The 2014 FIFA World Cup provided CNGL with the opportunity to develop ‘Brazilator’, a translation system that translates tweets related to the World Cup. The system, which was developed by CNGL researchers in Dublin City University in collaboration with
Gajo is the quick and easy way to find your target audience on social media, improve conversion rates and drive down the costs associated with new customer acquisition.
CNGL will open its doors to the public for Discover Research Dublin Night at Trinity College Dublin (TCD) on 26th September 2014. Take a personalised journey through digital archives of the 1916 Rising at our ‘Become a Digital Historian for a Night’ workshops or meet the friendly robots we’re infusing with laughter, humour, empathy and charm on our ‘Robots with Personality!’ tour.