We're partnering with Connected Studio to explore how journalists can use open data to tell visually compelling stories about India.
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ALTO is a virtual voice-over tool for reversioning video content into multiple languages using text-to-speech voice synthesis
ELMer is a prototype for automating external linking from BBC News stories.
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The Juicer takes news content, automatically tags it, then provides a fully featured API to access this content and data.
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A programme of international innovation activities, aimed at harnessing localised industry talent to explore new opportunites.
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#newsHACK is all about intense multi-discipline collaboration on Journalism innovation, to support & accelerate the News Industry.
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Transcriptor takes news audio content, transcribes it, then provides a means to view and edit the transcript alongside the original content.
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BBC News Labs started a stream of Language Technology projects in 2014, in order to scale our storytelling globally
OCT 09 2017
Labber Dave Bevan shares insights from the International Broadcasting Convention in Amsterdam this September.
See News headlines, from 400+ publishers across the globe, on a map. This experiment was aimed at large displays, at expos.
As part of our push towards Structured Journalism, we are working on "Explainers", an additional level of structure beyond the current tagging model.
A web-widget that embeds into existing websites and webpages and offers users the latest Global news in just 60 seconds.
The BBC has AN ENORMOUS amount of amazing content that can explain and contextualise the News. How do we connect and harness this?
Tagged with API, Automatic Tagging, Machines do the heavy lifting, Named Entity Recognition, Semantic Technology, Structured Journalism, World Service and International, juicer
Bring together a cadre of journalists, designers, digital strategists, coders, and humanitarians from around the world to deepen our understanding of the crisis and develop innovative ways to tell the story of the refugees.
This Pilot concept pulls together BBC content based on a users social media profiles or their choice of topics.
A prototype workflow for reversioning content into multiple languages, and controlling an "on demand" multilingual news service.
Create spoken content anywhere, at any time, without access to specialist facilities such as TV and Radio studios or even microphones