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.
Ontologies are the newest label attached to knowledge organization systems (KOSs). They are generally specific modules and models developed by the knowledge management community. Stanford University has developed an ontology software called Protégé, which people seem to either love or hate. There doesn’t seem to be a lot of middle ground. They are either very fond of it: “Oh, I just love Protégé!”; or they hate it: “I don’t understand that tool; it doesn’t make any sense to me.” I don’t know which class you will fall into, but it is open source software and it is available. So, try it out and make your own decision.
Poderopedia is a project that aims to promote greater transparency in Chile by mapping and visualizing the relationships among the country’s elite. To achieve this, semantic technologies are being utilized to store and query data. These technologies represent a diverse set of relations between entities (people, companies, organizations) in a flexible way. By identifying the power and influence of people, key Chilean political, civic and business leaders can be identified. OWL (Web Ontology Language) is being used to define the vocabulary because it provides the semantic richness needed.
Ontology Systems has released Ontology Intelligent 360, a suite of apps that deliver enterprise views, dashboards and fully featured operational solutions using Ontology 3 semantic search technology.
Pipeline Publishing have announced the winners of its prestigious 2012 Innovation Awards. These awards are considered one of the most credible and objective endorsement of innovation and thought-leadership in the communications technology industry.
In Boston on May 16 at Harvard University, The Wellcome Trust hosted the International Workshop on Contributorship and Scholarly Attribution. Several presenters outlined other roles we should probably begin to acknowledge and what those roles are. Over the last two weeks I reported on some of the talks made at the workshop. This is the final summary from that meeting.
Ginny Barbour is the chief editor of PLOS Medicine for the well-known Public Library of Science (PLoS). Her talk was on “PLOS: Big science and medicine and the attribution of authorship.” She pointed out that past solutions for author attribution do not work. Big science and the accompanying data sets create new attribution problems. “We have been trying to solve the wrong problem” she said.
Since Siri has fast become a household word in the four months “she” has been around, this personal assistant is permeating sitcoms, stand-up routines and commercials. Apple’s speech-recognition is the kind of technology that both excites and incites fans and foes.
There are many competitors in the world of enterprise search. Add one more. Q-Sensei has an upgraded search platform tailored to cash in on big data and a new office in New York.