July 20, 2018
- LEAD ARTICLE: TechTip: Watson APIs - Natural Language Understanding
- FEATURED ARTICLE: Observations from My Round-the-World Trip for IBM i
- FEATURED ARTICLE: 7 Best Practices for Business Web Application Development
- NEWS HIGHLIGHT: IBM Study: Hidden Costs of Data Breaches Increase Expenses for Businesses
- WEBCAST: Make Modern Apps You'll Love with Profound UI & Profound.js
- MC VIDEO SHOWCASE: Design an Invoice in 10 Minutes
- EVENT: Innovate at the RPG & DB2 Summit
This month, we will take on the third of the language-oriented APIs: the Natural Language Understanding module. What does this one do?
By Dave Shirey
Last month, we looked at the Natural Language Classifier, which offers a way to look at a piece of text and determine not so much the tone of the section but rather its intent: What is the text really about? What are the core issues it reveals?
Before that, we investigated the Language Translator, which translates written text to and from English, French, German, and a multitude of other languages.
Speaking and consulting engagements took Carol around the world—literally. Read about what she learned.
By Carol Woodbury
Recently, I had consulting engagements in both Singapore and Sydney, and then I was speaking at a conference in London. Rather than make three separate trips, I strung them all together and literally flew around the world in three weeks. All activities were IBM i–related, and I found some interesting differences in each location and some things that were the same, regardless of where I was. Let’s start with the differences.
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Help your business Web app succeed by using standard coding practices and CSS, keeping the site’s purpose top of mind, testing, and fixing errors
by Laura Ubelhor and Christian Hur
There are a number of things to keep in mind to help make your website more effective and productive. Some of these best practices include keeping the site’s overall purpose in mind, using a clear and easily maintained folder structure, and avoiding cutting-edge techniques. This article takes a closer look at these best practices.