Smartlogic recently released Semaphore 3.7 with assurance that this release provides even more accuracy in the massively improved information extraction capabilities.
Search has seen some dramatic changes in recent years, and most attribute that to semantic technology. It has become the normal expectation for users that a search engine would understand inference in natural language versus the query model used for so long.
Linguamatics has launched I2E Semantic Enrichment to provide increased return on investment in enterprise search systems and radically improve speed to insight.
DATAVERSITY™ Education, LLC, and SemanticWeb.com have released the agenda and opening of registration for the 10th annual Semantic Technology & Business Conference (SemTechBiz).
Semantic search continues to develop and be even more integral to information management, but how does it affect your efforts to identify and employ keywords? This is assuming that keywords even matter anymore. How does it help make your content findable?
Data is everywhere, but in the healthcare industry it is fast becoming the largest producer. Combine that with the many other initiatives in health information technology going on – electronic health records, ICD-10 coding classification transition, Affordable Health Care, Meaningful Use – they need whatever help they can find.
Semantic technology has entered the kitchen, or at least, the kitchen arena. Apps, software and services that provide us with in-depth information about the food we eat have never been more popular. Consumers want to know more about their food than ever before. Enter software developers who are working fast and furious to meet that demand.
Digital marketing is changing in every industry, but none more than the insurance industry. There are tactics more appropriate and effective than the search engine optimization and keyword linking of days gone by. Google has made that very clear.
Informatica has announced its Intelligent Data Platform that is designed to provide ”the right data at the right time.”
People often ask us how much time it will take to manage a rule base with Data Harmony software. We reply with specific customer experience numbers and tell them a few hours per month of editorial time to maintain both the thesaurus and the rule base. One customer of ours, the American Institute of Physics, found that maintaining their thesaurus and rule base takes less than 15 hours per month for 2000 articles per week throughput. Another customer, The Weather Channel, manages breaking news all day long with four hours per month of maintenance.