Posts Tagged ‘aggregation’

Up and Coming Clinical Analytics Platform, SyTrue, Announces Top Notch Advisory Board

Chico, CA (PRWEB) September 04, 2013 — Taking a diverse collection of data sources and utilizing its own intelligence search technology, the Chico, Calif. based SyTrue integrates and structures disparate notes to produce valuable information that can be used to identify patient types who require critical physician follow up or necessary care. Rendering this information for predictive and proactive purposes, SyTrue gives healthcare providers a comprehensive perspective of the patient population and has been attracting global attention with the announcement of their commercial partnerships. Read more

Daily Capital Launch Takes Semantic Technology To Personal Investors

Former Paypal and Intuit CEO Bill Harris these days is heading up financial advisory service Personal Capital, which now is adding an independent media property to its portfolio to aggregate and deliver financial news to individuals. That new property, Daily Capital, launches today and is powered by Eqentia’s semantic technology. Eqentia offers a content discovery and knowledge management portal for consumers, and also has other enterprises using its technology for their backbone portal infrastructures. But Eqentia CEO William Mougayar thinks this deal is likely the biggest one so far in terms of how much visibility it’s going to get and its potential to grow.

As Harris explains to The Semantic Web Blog in an email interview, Personal Capital provides clients with a holistic view of their complex financial lives, “and the mission of Daily Capital is the same: to cut through the clutter and highlight the best financial content from around the Web.”

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Google+ Sparks Fails to Harness Power of Semantic Web – (or does it?)

Dan Verhaeghe recently gave a less than glowing review to Google+’s social media aggregation feature, Sparks: “While Techvibes’ Knowlton Thomas reported that Google + reached 10 million users in 16 days, let’s not jump the gun and call Google’s latest foray into social media a smashing success yet. I wasn’t impressed by Google Sparks, a feature released in Google+, which shows results based on keywords that you search, but the depth of the results are terrible, and not remotely comparable to Google News. Matthew Ingram, beat writer at Gigaom says that one part of the future of media certainly is aggregation, but realistically, it’s already here and has been for quite some time.” Read more