The U.S. is once again aggressively banning Chinese-manufactured digital communications equipment. Let us all be thankful. On Dec. 2 the Federal Communications Commission expanded and toughened its ban on the “sale and import” of Chinese technology manufactured by firms the FCC determined present an “unacceptable risk” to U.S. national security. The firms include Huawei Technologies… Read More Chinese Dual Use Technology. From 5G to IOT Devices, System “backdoors” Used As Offensive Weapons.
Welcome to News Monitors’ guide for setting up a topic and keywords monitoring stream 🔍📡 Step 1: Choose your sources When you create an Alert search, News Monitors will fetch data and categorize it into different sources. These sources include TV, radio, forums, social media, online and offline news, and the dark web. News Monitors… Read More Setting Up a Customized Monitoring Stream with News Monitors: A Step-by-Step Guide
In collaboration with Rosette, we are now delivering a new language for name matching, translation, and deduplication: Thai. We’ve also added a new deep neural network model for sentiment analysis, entity extraction offsets, salience scores for topic extraction, and more. Name Matching The /name-similarity, /name-translation, and /name-deduplication endpoints all now support Thai names written in… Read More News Monitors in collaboration with Rosette now includes More Languages, Higher Accuracy, and Deep Neural Nets
Have you ever looked at the origin of the word “politics?” Its etymological roots come from words meaning “civil” and “citizens.” Citizens, as in, the people who make up the governed population. Today, where do those people voice their concerns, delights, issues, and ideas? Social media. Let’s look for a moment at the dramatic… Read More Using Social and News Monitoring in Political Campaign – News Monitors