July 22, 2010 – McClatchy-Tribune Information Services (MCT) adopts Smartlogic’s Open Semantic Search Platform, Semaphore. The new online content classification tool is expected to save their subscribers considerable time when searching for news and carrying out searches.
This news was brought to us by PR.com in their article, “McClatchy-Tribune Adopts Smartlogic’s Semantic Search Tool to Maximise Their News Service”. The ontology-driven solution uses a semantic search model and will work alongside MCT’s existing search engine and information management capabilities. With a solid ontology, it can automate content classification. According to Jeremy Bentley of Smartlogic,
“We think of Semaphore as turning a search engine into a find engine as it quickly determines the subject matter of any given story.”
Melody K. Smith
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