From 12 to 14 April 2016, the Holmes team will be delighted to welcome you on Eloquant stand L13 at the Customer Relationship Salon, Porte de Versailles in Paris, and talk with you about your issues and projects in semantic analysis. You can avail of personalized demonstrations on our automated semantic analysis solutions.
Paper from Holmes researchers accepted to the biggest international conference on Language Resources
A paper written by two Holmes researchers (L. Dini and A. Bittar) has been accepted to LREC 2016 (http://lrec2016.lrec-conf.org/en/conference-programme/accepted-papers/), the biggest conference in the domain of natural language processing. The paper, "Emotion Analysis on Twitter: The Hidden Challenge" bring substantial advances in the domain of emotion detection, especially with respect to sources which are intrinsically [...]
On March 31st 2016, all members of the SOMA consortium from three different countries (France, Spain and Switzerland) met in Grenoble to check the progresses of the project, which represents one of the most ambitious research effort in the domain of understanding customer interactions. The project will deliver an integrated tool to monitor and automatically deal [...]
The SAFFRON kick-off meeting was held in Grenoble on 10 & 11 February. SAFFRON (Semantic Analysis against Foreign Fighters Recruitment Online Network, http://www.saffron-project.eu) is a 2-year European project (February 2016-January 2018) with a budget of 672 244,62€. SAFFRON is cofunded by the Internal Security Fund of the European Union. The aim of SAFFRON is to [...]
CELI France (now Ho2S) presented semantic analysis strategies for Human Resource Management during the workshop "Semantic Enterprise Technologies In Action", held in Salzburg on Tuesday, June 12th 2012. In the context of the "Interactive Knowledge Stack" project, CELI France has presented a snapshot of the semantic technology that the company has developed in order to [...]
On October 20 the research project COCLICO passed its final review. CELI France (now Ho2S) was a major actor of the project, working on crucial issues such as information retrieval over semi-structured data.
The COCLICO project, where CELI-France (now Ho2S) plays a central role for the integration of intelligent search and retrieval technologies, has been positevely reviewed concerning its first year activities. CELI-France (now Ho2S) plans to further invest on technologies of federated search in scientific domains.