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    Detecting plagiarism using OpenText Analytics (IDOL): The Role…

    There is quite a bit of talk about plagiarism in the news, especially in academia. The challenge of ensuring originality in academic, literary, and professional compositions is more pressing than ever. This is where "Detecting Plagiarism Using OpenText Analytics (IDOL)" steps into the limelight, offering a compelling exploration of how advanced technology can be harnessed to safeguard intellectual property.
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    Enhancing Enterprise Data Verification with OpenText Analytics…

    Ensuring the accuracy and reliability of answers is crucial for chat applications designed for enterprise use. OpenText Analytics enhances this capability through its export SDK integrated within the view server.
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    An Introduction to IDOL KeyView

    As life becomes increasingly digitized, we have become used to working with many different software applications. From email to presentations, images, Web pages, PDF to ZIPs, we deal with hundreds of different types of files, without thinking about how the computer stores and processes the information that we read, manipulate, and use.
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    Introducing OpenText IDOL 24.1

    Organizations are looking to democratize the access to Enterprise search into all the corporate knowledge. Conversational access to your Enterprise Data is an increasing desire for companies; in a world where 90% of existing corporate knowledge is in Unstructured data, over 50% of organizations are not tapping into this aspect of their knowledge with any form of discovery. Customers can use this new interface to access…
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    What are the Risks of Thinking Some File Formats are Fringe?

    Why are there so many file formats? It should not be a surprise to hear that many ten’s thousands of applications have been created over the decades that computers have been around. While some of these applications are obsolete due to dependencies of no longer available operating systems and/or hardware, some of these old applications live on. When we focus on active operating systems, there are still thousands of applications…
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    Introducing IDOL 23.4

    Now in line with our 90 day release cycle at OpenText, IDOL 23.4 has been released. It includes numerous features and improvements. Here are the new features you can explore in IDOL: Check out the IDOL 23.4 webinar Text Analytics Sug...
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    An introduction to IDOL Rich Media Analytics

    Obviously, as use of rich media increases, the need for companies to be able to automate various tasks with their media also increases. From wanting to know how often a particular advert is shown, to keeping a city-wide transport system running smoothly, computers have the power to provide a huge amount of value, if they can be trained to process media in appropriate ways. IDOL Rich Media has a wide array of processing…
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    IDOL Discover for Investigative Analytics

    Today’s technological landscape has simultaneously simplified and complicated the handling of data. This has resulted in increasing amount of content being stored in digital formats, not to mention the strain that collection, organization, and security of these assets can be for an organization. IDOL can help 24 hours a day
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    Introducing: IDOL 23.3

    Now in line with our 90 day release cycle at OpenText, IDOL 23.3 has been released. It includes new features and numerous bug fixes. Here are the new features you can explore in IDOL
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    An Introduction to IDOL Text Analytics

    Today, while other forms of media become increasingly popular, text is still the backbone of a lot of information technology. From email to social media, companies use text in a large proportion of communications. Even where video and audio formats exist, it is sometimes desirable to transcribe the speech to text to analyse and review its content alongside other documents.
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