In this blog, I describe the limitations of Dropbox and Google in the space of research, and propose Lateral as the much needed alternative.
In this blog, I outline some organisational techniques and the best digital collaborative tools for successful student group work.
We built a better tool for research and literature review.
Breaking documents into “chunks”, like sections and subsections, is easy for humans, but surprisingly hard for computers. In this post we explain why this is, why it’s a valuable problem to solve, and we introduce our new solution.
How can you learn a map from a German language to an English language word vectorisation model, to enable crosslingual document comparison?
By labelling documents with the users who read them, we used fastText to hack together a “hybrid recommender” system.
What kind of language do British parliamentarians use? We used the Lateral API to provide an overview by clustering debates and creating word clouds.
We’ve been doing occasional work on an approximate nearest neighbours (ANN) vector search tool, written in Python. Today, we are open sourcing it.