Finding New Information Via Robust Entity Detection

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Executive Summary

Journalists and editors work under pressure to collect relevant details and background information about specific events. They spend a significant amount of time sifting through documents and finding new information such as facts, opinions or stakeholders (i.e. people, places and organizations that have a stake in the news). Spotting them is a tedious and cognitively intense process. One task, essential to this process, is to find and keep track of stakeholders. This task is taxing cognitively and in terms of memory.

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