02. October 2020
Do you remember the blog article "Can you hear me?" Now I wrote an update about how the work at Balzano Informatik AG looks like at the moment - including all the positive impacts of the forced home office still has. > more
25. September 2020
Finally, a new story about my entertaining work:
This time, I write about how this short, beautiful, and total clear German word "bis" is a pain in my neck - or spine... > more
14. August 2020
During my studies I was told that a good lemmatizer uses PoS-tags (and vica versa). A few weeks ago, I saw first hand what the impact is if the lemmatizer does not use PoS-tags in German.
Because it was a quite interesting finding, I wrote a blog post about it!
31. July 2020
Finally, a new NLP blog post!
This time I wrote about the challenges of lists of compositions: a great invention to shorten your lists, but really painful during automated analysis. > more
23. July 2020
In the last two years, I didn’t do much on my page - sorry for that!
The page was only focused purely on photography, something I wanted to change for a long time. Now, some nice side effect of Covid-19, I had finally time for a do-over and introduce this new version with new possibilities! > more
16. June 2020
Conduct a presentation? No issue. Conduct a presentation while recording and hearing myself afterwards? Horrible! > more
I did a short video presentation of the challenges of my work at Balzano Informatik AG.
24. April 2020
Remember when I posted about that I wrote a blog entry about home office?
Shortly after, I had "one of these days" where everything did go wrong. I thought maybe it is nice to share that too ;)
09. April 2020
At work, I was asked if I would be willing to write about something else than my NLP work. So here it is, my contribution to how it is to working from home as a data scientist. > more
I hope you enjoy it!
03. April 2020
In the last two NLP posts, I talked about the challenges I face working with the radiology reports.
In my newest post, the topic is more general: how vague natural language can be, and how hard it is to interpret it - especially in medical reports were they make a big difference! > more
06. March 2020
I always thought that medical reports have a clear language and use certain, highly specific terms.
Now that I work with radiology reports, I’m amazed with the creativity used to describe a single pathology. > more
16. January 2020
I started working with radiology reports as part of the project ScanDiags at Balzano Informatik AG.
I wrote my first NLP blog post where I explain what our task is and which challenges we will have to solve. > more