Need a reason to go to Italy? Okay, need a good reason? The Second International Workshop on Ontologies meet Advanced Information Systems (OAIS) will be held September 1-4, 2013 in Genoa, Italy.
We have heard of business intelligence, but what is clinical intelligence? It is a research and engineering discipline dedicated to the development of tools for data analysis. These tools are used for clinical research, surveillance, and effective health care management.
A group from the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine is testing the use of bioinformatics and other technologies to better understand how cells function. They are doing this with the use of ontologies.
Enterprise metadata can be messy, and many organizations choose to ignore it – sort of a Scarlett O’Hara mentality of “I’ll deal with it tomorrow.” The real angst stems from having no metaprocess information or higher level process descriptions.
Ontology Systems has appointed Martin James to head its worldwide sales operations. His task is to drive further growth and expansion for the company.
A science blogger shows an example of how important ontology development is to accessing your information. You see, sometimes even technical geeks get lost in the terminology of browsers, indexing, and taxonomies. This particular science blogger took time to explain for the confused few while reviewing GoPubMed, an ontology-based browser.
The semantic web is being used for many types of organizations and for many applications. In the retail world, it is being developed to optimize the process. By creating ontologies that serve as a reference for the data found on the internet, semantic technology can create comprehensive evaluations for customers and business owners.
Ontology Systems and Neotel are extending their working relationship with the use of Ontology Intelligent 360 for an aligned view of services. This interesting news was brought to our attention by telecompaper.com in their article, “Neotel selects Ontology platform for service management.” The Ontology Intelligent 360 claims to improve customer experience and reduce cost by […]
fluidOps offers a version of its Information Workbench platform integrated with OWLIM, an enterprise semantic database from Ontotext.
Miller School researchers have received a $2.5 million grant to develop a novel database to enable neuroscientists to search the voluminous number of studies related to nervous system repair, and link relevant data from those studies to other resources.