Bringing together science and business

Have you seen the magnificent logo of the Department of Computational Linguistics? It shows a tall, strong and beautiful tree with intertwined branches. This natural symbol of balance and promise perfectly embodied the positive energy at the Second International Conference on Computational Linguistics in Bulgaria.

Our company debuted at the event both with a presentation and as its golden sponsor, thus supporting the meet-up of leading researchers from Bulgaria and abroad in all areas of computational linguistics and Natural Language Processing (NLP).

The CTO of Identrics, Deyan Peychev, was thrilled to see the intersection of purely scientific work with real business cases.

"Being part of CLIB 2016 gave us an opportunity to keep up to date with the latest scientific achievements of research centres, bringing fresh ideas and innovation to everything we do. On the other hand, collaborating with Identrics they can get in touch with real business and see the practical application of their research. We have the know-how and the experience of working on large-scale projects. The event is a platform for building partnerships, which can grow into better and faster business solutions."

Our team strongly believes in the cooperation between science and business as a more meaningful, useful and productive way for innovating. We’re eager to take part in future partnerships and conferences and even co-organize an event, giving a 360-degree perspective on the latest advances in the worlds of semantics and technology.

The CEO of Identrics, Vladimir Petkov, was impressed by a number of innovative ideas. His top picks from the conference include a technology that enables the recognition of paid opinion manipulation trolls in news community forums, a tool that finds the quality answers in online forums and pushes them at the top and finally, an algorithm that recognises citations in traditional media publications.

Stay tuned, the best is yet to come!

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