Yes, understandably you might be thinking is this related to Rick and Morty? Well unfortunately No. But you should really continue reading cause Multidimensional topic modeling is really cool. In this short piece we will explore the fundamental idea behind … Continue reading Multidimensional Topic Modelling. The What? and The How?
In one of our previous articles, we discussed the idea of multi-dimensional topic modelling, and no it is not related to Star Wars, so if you thought it is, go here and give it a good read. Back from Alderaan. … Continue reading Viewpoint, Topic and Opinion Discovery in an Opinionated Document
One of the services we provide at Almeta is estimating the political bias of a piece of the news in other pieces we have discussed the technical details of this feature but in this piece, we will go through the … Continue reading How to Visualize a Political Bias Data Metric
The rise of political bias problem across several news anchors presents a real threat to free and independent journalism and a major factor in shifting the populace conception of the world. Several NGO’s, research centres and private organizations are working … Continue reading From Sentiment to Political Bias in the Arab World and the Arabic Content
First, a motivational example: Many products on the internet allow the user to leave some feedback. This feedback is usually reviewed manually to figure out what are the users likes or dislikes in the product, what are the features they … Continue reading Aspect-level Vs Entity-level Sentiment Analysis
This article is a part of our series on political bias detection we will hopefully introduce you to the various aspects of our political bias detection system, and you can learn about: How can we predict the political orientation behind … Continue reading Stance Detection – State of the Art
If you don’t know what is stance detection make sure to check our article on it. Are we on the same page? Cool let’s go. First a motivational example: Many products on the internet allow the user to leave some … Continue reading Subjective Stance Detection What is it? and How to do it?
While some news anchors try to stay professional and subjective in all of their articles, most of the news we consume are published to push a specific agenda especially when it comes to politics. In our effort to battle news … Continue reading Political Orientation Detection – AI and NLP Approach
This is the first article from our series on political bias detection we will hopefully introduce you to the various aspects of our political bias detection system, and you can learn about: How can we predict the political orientation behind … Continue reading What Constitutes a “Bad” News Article?
In this task the goal is to assign a given piece of text a tag (or number) representing the level of informativeness or detail this text holds usually by training a model to do that. Here, we rely on the … Continue reading Automatically Tagging Data for Content Informativity Scoring
Let’s start with a simple question, what constitutes an informative article? based on Oxford’s dictionary. informative/ɪnˈfɔːmətɪv/ adjective: informativeproviding useful or interesting information However, this is still an abstract concept. Yes, it is much simpler to flag an article as spammy … Continue reading How to Rank Articles Based on How Informative They Are – Using Snorkel
In a previous article (see next paragraph) we explored how to approximate an article informativeness in a supervised fashion, such a method would require training data, in this article we will explore on way to get this data, one very … Continue reading Can you measure a text Informativeness using its summary?
Let’s start with a question, given 2 articles A and B that talks about the exact same thing, what makes one of them more informative than another? Is it the ease of reading? the amount of details? or is it … Continue reading Supervised Article Informativeness Prediction – The What and the How
In our effort at Almeta to provide the articles with the highest informative value to the Arabic readers, we have employed several methods to measure the informativeness of a piece of news, in this article we will shed light to … Continue reading Term Informativeness Estimation in the Arabic Language
In a previous article, we talked about the various factor that makes an article more informative, using cliches was not one of them, this article is a part of our research on measuring text informativeness, if you are interested jump … Continue reading How to Detect Cliches in Text
Let’s start with a simple question, what constitutes an informative article? based on Oxford’s dictionary. informative/ɪnˈfɔːmətɪv/ adjective: informativeproviding useful or interesting information However, this is still an abstract concept. The question of measuring How informative a piece of news is … Continue reading Informativity Detection – Almeta’s Research Gist
The Concept of an informative text is really abstract and it is hard to come up with a definitive formula to measure it, in this article we will explore some of the features that we believe can make an article … Continue reading What Makes an Article Informative – And How Computers Can Measure Informativity of a Text Content
In our effort to provide the best news feed out there, one of the goals we are trying to achieve here at Almeta is to capture the interaction between different news outlets and how the coverage of the same event … Continue reading Aspect Detection and Named Entity Linking (NEL): Using SPARQL and DBpedia
What is git-submodules? The basic principle that makes many professional tech companies professional is the simple principle of domain engineering. Basically working for a long period of time on a small set of domains with the hope that you will … Continue reading Git Submodules in the Python World
Before we talk about Dependency Management, Python is Awesome, it simply is, but in my opinion what truly makes Python a great language is not the Syntax structure or the dynamic nature or any other of these features, but rather … Continue reading Packaging and Dependency Management in Python