Street Smart

September 17, 2015  
 Posted in News, semantic

Terminology can be confusing. Semantic technology, natural language processing, machine learning, and artificial intelligence are often used together and sometimes interchangeably. This interesting information came from DATAVERSITY in their article, “A Look Into the Future of Machine Learning.” Artificial intelligence attempts to understand how our brain accomplishes what seem to us as menial tasks. There have […]

Powerful Search

September 16, 2015  
 Posted in metadata, News, search, semantic

TEMIS has launched Luxid 7, the seventh generation of its flagship semantic content enrichment platform. Luxid 7 promises a beefed-up scalable and robust semantic enrichment pipeline and includes a dedicated ontology management tool. Broadway World Geeks brought this to our attention in their article, “TEMIS Integrates Ontology Management and Semantic Enrichment in Luxid’ 7.” When building a […]

Natural Language Data

September 16, 2015  
 Posted in metadata, News, semantic

Large quantities of data are being produced at a rapid pace. This is no different in the world of biomedical data. With ontologies proliferating, data is increasingly being stored using the RDF data model and queried using RDF based querying languages. This interesting information came to us by 7th Space Interactive in their article, “A framework […]

Partnerships Can Pay Off

September 10, 2015  
 Posted in News, semantic, Technology

Concept Searching has announced that they have entered into a partnership agreement with Spera Digital. This partnership positions Spera Digital as the key partner specializing in the digital space for Concept Searching. The combination of the technology of Concept Searching and domain expertise of Spera Digital enables the creation of solutions for content classification in a […]

Jumping in the Lake

September 8, 2015  
 Posted in metadata, News, semantic

Franz Inc. is collaborating with Montefiore Medical Center, Intel, Cloudera and Cisco in the launch of the first Semantic Data Lake (SDL) for Healthcare. PRWeb brought this interesting news to us in their article, “Franz and Montefiore Medical Center Team up to Deliver the First Semantic Data Lake for Healthcare.“ What exactly is a SDL? A warehouse of complex […]

Making the Job Hunt Easier

September 4, 2015  
 Posted in indexing, metadata, News, search, semantic

Searching for a new job is stressful; no one will argue that fact. You work hard to make your resume informative without being too verbose, precise without drowning in detail, and interesting without sounding trite. After all that hard work, it can be disheartening to know that computer software is reading and profiling your resume […]

New AI Assistant

August 31, 2015  
 Posted in News, semantic

Artificial intelligence continues to evolve and affect many parts of our lives. Recently Facebook announced M, an artificial-intelligence powered assistant programmed to do your bidding. This interesting information was found on CNN Money in their article, “Facebook made its own Siri: Meet M.” This new feature is part of Facebook’s stand-alone Messenger app and is only available […]

Expanding the Search

August 27, 2015  
 Posted in News, search

Google search has made it possible to look for information not just based on text, but also including websites, images, videos, books, locations, etc., using the same Google search engine. Not everyone may find this information useful, but for those who work with images, graphics, and copyright infringements, it is a huge help. We found […]

How Intelligent is Your Content?

August 21, 2015  
 Posted in indexing, metadata, News, semantic

Semantic technology is all the rage these days. Machine learning is a well-established subfield of computer science and the machine learner i.e. the computer is like a student. DATAVERSITY brought this news to our attention in their article, “Machine Teaching: A New Twist on Machine Learning.” The goal of machine learning is to develop models that […]

Being Responsive

August 21, 2015  
 Posted in News, semantic

Amazon has changed its customer reviews system in the United States. A new machine-learning platform has been developed in-house to surface newer and more helpful reviews. DATAVERSITY brought this news to our attention in their article, “Amazon Is Improving Its Review System With Machine Learning.” This new system apparently can learn to predict which reviews are likely […]

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