Technorati Media is looking for a Data Scientist – Machine Learning in San Francisco, CA. According to the post, “We currently have an opportunity for a talented Data Scientist – Machine Learning to help take our business to the next level. You‘ll play a key role in the definition, design, and development of the Technorati Advertising and Data platform, which currently services hundreds of millions of requests per day. Design, implement and optimize algorithms for performance and revenue in a in highly distributed environment- a variety of advanced massively scalable technologies such as multi-threaded distributed systems, big data pipelines, machine learning, predictive algorithms and more. Work with large (terabytes of data, billions of daily transactions) structured and unstructured data sets.” Read more
Jamie Carter of Tech Radar recently wrote, “With iOS devices now allowing the sending of voice messages and predictions for self-driving cars and voice-activated doors, lights and elevators (cue the internet of things), it’s clear that the future will be spoken, not written. The technology behind this shift in how we interact with our surroundings is natural language processing, a technology that enables computers to understand the meaning of our words and recognise the habits of our speech.” Read more
Senzari Unveils MusicGraph.ai at the GraphLab Conference 2014, Showcasing the Music Industry’s First Graph Analytics and Intelligence Engine
SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today Senzari® introduced MusicGraph.ai, the first web-based graph analytics and intelligence engine for the music industry at the GraphLab Conference 2014, the annual gathering of leading data scientists and machine learning experts. MusicGraph.ai will serve as the primary dashboard for MusicGraph®, where API clients will be able to view detailed reports on their API usage and manage their account. More importantly, through this dashboard, they will also be able to access a comprehensive library of algorithms to extract even more value from the world’s most extensive repository of music data.
“We believe that in MusicGraph’s first iteration we democratized music data access, and now, with MusicGraph.ai, we are democratizing music knowledge. Most impressively, our team was able to make this leap possible in just months, not years.” Read more
Perficient is looking for a Big Data Solution Architect to work anywhere in the United States — this person will travel about 75% of the time. According to the post, “Perficient is looking for Solution Architecture Consultants who are passionate about data and can lead the building of next generation Big Data and predictive analytic applications. You will be working with Perficient business units and technology partners to understand client business objectives and drive solutions that efficiently meet the needs of the business. You will be responsible for guiding the full lifecycle of delivery of information management systems, identifying, quantifying, and winning Perficient consulting opportunities, and providing industry thought-leadership; all while building one of the industry’s leading-edge consulting practices. ” Read more
Kris Holt of Tech News World reports, “A crowdfunding campaign for Jibo, a little robot designed to become one of the family, kicked off Wednesday on Indiegogo, and with 29 days remaining, it already has raised more than US$577,000 — nearly six times its $100,000 target. The voice-controlled robot with a friendly face is a do-it-all personal assistant. Communicating with users in a human voice, it can learn individual preferences, relay messages and reminders, and function as a video conferencing device, for starters. It can take pictures, provide information from the Web or apps, order food and display e-books.” Read more
Inaugural Search and Social Commerce Index from Kenshoo and DataPop Finds Only 1.7% of Retail Products Posted on Social Commerce Properties
SAN FRANCISCO, July 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Kenshoo, the global leader in predictive media optimization technology, and DataPop, the leading semantic advertising company focused on helping retailers better merchandise their products, today unveiled their inaugural Search and Social Commerce Index. Based on analysis of more than 40 retailers and their accompanying 3 million published products, the inaugural release of this quarterly index identifies significant opportunities for retailers to better capitalize on consumers’ growing propensity for social product discovery and align their search and social commerce initiatives for greater cross-channel success. Read more
SAN DIEGO — Teradata (NYSE: TDC), the analytic data platforms, marketing applications, and services company, today announced two acquisitions that accelerate the growth of its big data capabilities.
On July 16th, Teradata acquired assets of Revelytix, a leader in information management products for big data with unique metadata management technology and deep expertise in integrating information across the enterprise. On July 17th, Teradata acquired assets of Hadapt, including experienced big data technologists and intellectual property. Read more
Apple is looking for a Siri Software Engineer, Data Services in Santa Clara, CA. According to the post, “The Data Services team is looking for outstanding engineers to build the next-generation of search and data infrastructure at Apple, to power features including Siri and Spotlight’s smart suggestions… Excited about shipping products used by hundreds of millions of customers? Applying cutting-edge technologies to create services that just work? If so, this might just be the place for you. Come work in an environment that will challenge you to push your limits, and train you to succeed as part of a team. Candidates must be willing to take on demanding projects in the areas of semantic search, structured data, knowledge representation, and distributed architecture. Key to success will be the ability to deliver results, a passion for perfection, and a willingness to keep learning and improving oneself.” Read more
Bruce Rogers of Forbes recently wrote, “There is a wave of digital disruption coming at CMOs from all fronts. The world has shifted over the past five years, mostly because of the emergence of the ‘internet of things’–a world where nearly everyone and everything is interconnected in a web enabled network. But according to Alex Dayon, former co-founder of Business Objects and now president of Salesforce.com’s applications and platform products, ‘we could call ourselves the ‘internet of customers’ because we’ve always connected devices and apps. It means there’s a customer behind it. By 2020 there will be 50 billion connected devices. And behind every device, whether it’s a smartphone, a car, a toothbrush, or a light bulb, there is a customer’.” Read more
HELSINKI, Finland, July 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Leiki, Ltd, a leading provider of content discovery solutions for publishers and advertisers announce today that it has agreed with Outbrain, Inc, to enhance the relevancy of their related and sponsored content delivery. As a result of this cooperation, consumers will see content recommendations that are more directly relevant to the articles they are reading and publishers and sponsors will enjoy higher consumer engagement.
Outbrain will use the Leiki Focus semantic engine to analyze web pages using the Leiki-proprietary 130,000 contextually definitive topics. The resulting weighted profile consists of the 50-200 most relevant topics and provides a highly accurate and detailed “context fingerprint”. Outbrain will use this as part of their core delivery system to find matching articles from within the publisher’s domain as well as among the Outbrain sponsored content network. Read more
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