March 4, 2011 – Dexetra, a software development company, has launched the first “life database” application. This new product, named Friday, automates the process of building a self-database with semantic technology.
We found this interesting news on sify finance.com in their article, “Kochi IT firm launches life database application.” Friday creates a semantic map of activities that the users do on their phone and identifies the places they visit. This enables users to recreate the information they seek. A smart search algorithm was incorporated to make the data findable spontaneously. The database building process happens real-time and requires little user input. And to retrieve information from Friday, you just ask a question via voice or text. Kind of like the computer on Star Trek?
Melody K. Smith
Sponsored by Access Innovations, the world leader in thesaurus, ontology, and taxonomy creation and metadata application.