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Goodwill Hunting: Analyzing and Repurposing Off-the-Shelf Named Entity Linking Systems

Karan Goel, Laurel Orr, Nazneen Fatema Rajani, Jesse Vig, Christopher Ré
2021 Proceedings of the 2021 Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Human Language Technologies: Industry Papers   unpublished
Named entity linking (NEL) or mapping "strings" to "things" in a knowledge base is a fundamental preprocessing step in systems that require knowledge of entities such as information extraction and question  ...  In this work, we lay out and investigate two challenges faced by individuals or organizations building NEL systems. Can they directly use an off-the-shelf system?  ...  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views, policies, or endorsements, either expressed or implied  ... 
doi:10.18653/v1/2021.naacl-industry.26 fatcat:3fnuswh4wnbifktehrdsdhmicu

The Fourth Paradigm – Data-Intensive Scientific Discovery [chapter]

Tony Hey
2012 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
The F o u r T H Data-In t e n s I v e scIen t I f I c DIs c o v e r y P a r a d i g m MiCroSoF T reSe arCH REDMOND, WASHINGTON  ...  We also thank our families and colleagues for their support during the intensive editorial process.  ...  The exceptional efforts of the project team, including Ina Chang, Marian Wachter, Celeste Ericsson, and Dean Katz, are also gratefully acknowledged.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-33299-9_1 fatcat:etue636ubrandga5corvkx3d7u

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Stuart J Murray
2017 MediaTropes  
time, Wenzel was speaking on the terms of representation and misrepresentation of the seal and polar bear hunts in the context of a changing Arctic environment.  ...  the polar bear and the Arctic variously into the state and the planetary, this too is familiar to Arctic peoples in the Inuit Nunangat (Inuit Homeland).  ...  As Smith argued, "from the vantage point of 1 We use the term Indigenous to refer to the original inhabitants of the lands now known by the names of today's nation-states, and their decedents.  ... 
doaj:0fee0f09e3414316982889748bfebf04 fatcat:5gegqmjnrvfa7a5e6uurjukdk4

Computational Antitrust First Annual Conference: Exploring Antitrust 3.0

Thibault Schrepel
2022 Stanford Journal of Computational Antitrust  
Please use it accordingly and refer to the videos published on our YouTube channel.  ...  Thibault Schrepel's direction and with the help of the entire Computational Antitrust project team. Here is the transcript. It has been cleaned but not edited.  ...  It's a class we thought about buying some stuff off the shelf.  ... 
doi:10.51868/9 fatcat:ihmhoqcmsfhwfjdtucnr5pc6hu

Les ressources anthropologiques dans les cyberunivers : un aperçu

Florence Dupré, Rachel Walliser, Joseph J. Lévy
2011 Anthropologie et Sociétés  
severed the intrinsic intra-generational link, and many elderly speakers of indigenous languages or practicioners of traditional medicine are dying off.  ...  While the telephone cooperative was a tribal entity, it was also a semi-autonomous corporation, and felt no obligation to offer reduced or low-cost service to other tribal entities.  ... 
doi:10.7202/1006385ar fatcat:pphomilcd5embcjdoiat6ngfte

Parameters Autumn: 2020

USAWC Parameters
2020 Parameters  
In "The US Army and the Pacific: Legacies and Challenges," David Finkelstein maintains the US Army would do well to draw from its rich institutional and operational legacies to support America's strategic  ...  In "Technology and Strategic Surprise: Adapting to an Era of Open Innovation," Audrey Kurth Cronin discusses the differences between open and closed innovation, and she urges the US Defense Department  ...  In the face of this missed salvo, the writing team behind the pen name elected to repurpose the material for a different political warfare purpose.  ... 
doi:10.55540/0031-1723.2668 fatcat:jibzwitycfhernguv43zsfsdtm

Material Encounters and Indigenous Transformations in the Early Colonial Americas [chapter]

Floris W.M. Keehnen, Corinne L. Hofman,, Andrzej T. Antczak
2019 Material Encounters and Indigenous Transformations in the Early Colonial Americas  
made and the original author(s) and source are credited.  ...  Cover illustration: Precolonial and early colonial ceramics from the Cibao Valley, Hispaniola.  ...  Acknowledgments The present volume is the outcome of the session entitled 'Material Encounters and Indigenous Transformations in the Early Colonial Americas' organized References Abu-Lughod, Janet L. 1989  ... 
doi:10.1163/9789004273689_002 fatcat:joc3blzbfvgbzpue6cndm2s3la

Security and Privacy for IoT Ecosystems

Jiska Classen
This thesis analyzes security practices in popular IoT ecosystems across several price segments. Our results show a gap between real-world implementations and state-of-the-art security measures.  ...  Mature vendors have a budget for security and are aware of its demands. Despite this goodwill, developers sometimes fail at securing the concrete implementations in those complex ecosystems.  ...  Ideally, VLC uses off-the-shelf light sources that simultaneously illuminate the environment [Sch+14] .  ... 
doi:10.25534/tuprints-00011422 fatcat:ojdb2v2cvzgvxctghz2kw6kyk4

Disegno Journal of Design Culture Editorial

Megan Blissick, Belinda, Deanna Herst
Editors and authors 006 010 028 044 072 096 118 132 150 168 184 200 214 the papers of disegno are presented from the particular perspective of design culture studies, which is the fundamental approach  ...  This attitude openly ventures beyond the academic distinctions between art, design and visual culture being accordingly open to all themes with relation to sociocultural creativity and innovation.  ...  Art University, tokyo, and nagoya University of Arts, nagoya, Japan, the Architectural Association, London, and Kingston University. sharon has consulted for Courtaulds textiles, London; gianni Versace  ... 

Experimenting with Ethnography : A Companion to Analysis [article]

Andrea Ballestero, Brit Ross Winthereik
references and index.  ...  I attribute a common name to these entities: knowledge devices.  ...  a world, an entity demands a name to refer to the provisional juxtapositions of heterogeneous ele ments that configure it.  ... 
doi:10.25611/86ew-h349 fatcat:fornolkbrbe33naszity2du2ji

Time To Care About Reputation: Re-viewing the Resonances and Regulation of Reputation

Jennifer Barrigar, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa, Université D'Ottawa / University Of Ottawa
Chapter 2 explores formal reputation systems and the ways in which user investments and desires become written into reputation such that multiple levels of "dominant" norms may be simultaneously operant  ...  Chapter 1 examines the ways that reputation is created and maintained, the purposes for which it is used, and its role in risk management and trust.  ...  the name of (and link to) the original submitter and the time of submission.  ... 
doi:10.20381/ruor-2952 fatcat:ymdnswj65fgflkxvmatucr7kt4

MRAP : marketing military innovation [article]

Hasik, James M., 1966-
as many friendlies on the ground as soon as possible to secure the east and west flanks of the blast site, and provide security while the vehicles were recovered and casualties evacuated to the nearest  ...  The result had been what the military refers to as a "catastrophic" kill, meaning that the vehicle had been essentially destroyed, and several crew members killed.  ...  , off-the-shelf items quickly.  ... 
doi:10.15781/t28k74z27 fatcat:kfjsg2ag6zfydbm5cefrvaqzle

DATA BASICS an introductory text

Diane Geraci, Chuck Humphrey, Jim Jacobs
2012 unpublished
Using data is not analogous to picking a book off a shelf and starting to read.  ...  These include OPACs or their equivalents, Content Management Systems, Institutional Repository software, or off-the-shelf dataspecific data management systems.  ...  Founded in 1974, the membership includes information system specialists, data librarians and administrators, archivists, researchers, and computer programmers and managers.  ... 

ABSTRACT OF THE DISSERTATION iPod People: Experiencing Music with New Music Technology

Justin Burton, Andrew Kirkman
2009 unpublished
Rather, each influences and alters the other, as culture and product evolve alongside one another. The primary theme that runs through this study is the listener's relationship to a listening device.  ...  The decade of the 2000s has witnessed the rise of the iPod, a well-marketed mp3 player whose massive storage capacity and ever-shrinking size has extended the boundaries of personal music players to previously  ...  Or, the science fiction cyborg, the paragon of hybridity, combines the human and the technological into a single entity.  ... 

Where There is a Doctor: An Ethnography of Pediatric Heart Surgery Missions in Honduras

Nancy Worthington
I argue that humanitarian sentiments dovetail with other interests and desires on the part of surgical volunteers, such as adventure travel, learning, and the allure of practicing an alternative, low-tech  ...  This study investigates the moral logic, medical logistics, and unanticipated effects of short-term surgical missions. The setting is Honduras: a known hub of medical mission activity.  ...  to address other, simpler health challenges, and inspiring other acts of goodwill.  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8gh9h79 fatcat:apicpyoypjeuxdnx7dpm3nwvrq
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