Posts Tagged ‘demo’

DomainsBot Announce Release of TLD Recommendation Engine for Registries

San Francisco, CA and Rome, Italy (PRWEB) July 11, 2013 – DomainsBot, the provider of leading domain suggestion technology, proudly announces its first product for registries. TLD Recommendation Engine for Registries is a product that services the world’s largest registrars, with the DomainsBot Name Suggestion API.

Last week, DomainsBot released the TLD Recommendation Engine for Registrars as a free add-on for registrars who already use the DomainsBot Name Suggestion API. The TLD Recommendation Engine debuted as a game changer for registrars carrying a large variety of TLDs. Read more

Announcing the Release of Glimmer RDF Search Engine and Demo

The Semantic Search research group at Yahoo! Labs has announced “the open-source code release and public demo of Glimmer, a search engine for RDF data. Glimmer, the search engine provides support for offline distributed indexing of RDF data using Hadoop MapReduce. It also contains an online ranking component using a state-of-the-art method based on BM25F, previously published as this. Both of these components are built on top of MG4J, a highly-scalable open-source search engine written entirely in Java. Glimmer is available on Github under an Apache 2.0 license.” Read more

#SemTechBiz Start-Up Contest – Deadline Extension and Judges Announced

Semantic Tech & Business Conference - San Francisco - Start-up Competition. Click Here to Apply!SemanticWeb.com and parent company WebMediaBrands recently announced a contest to earn the title of  “Top Semantic Technology Start-Up.” Today, we have two exciting announcements to make about the contest.

Deadline Extension

We have had several requests to extend the deadline, and are announcing today that we will now accept applications for the contest until April 30, 2012. We also learned of some applicants who encountered technical problems when trying to submit in the early days of the contest. We have fixed the code that caused these problems, and encourage all who experienced difficulties to try again.

Judges

We are also pleased to announce the panel of judges that will be at SemTechBiz evaluating the companies. It’s a great group, and we’re looking forward to a lively afternoon!

Photo of Michael Dunn, CTO, Hearst Interactive Photo of Jim Hendler, Professor, RPI Photo of Mark Johnson, CEO Zite Photo of Chris Shipley, CEO Guidewire Group

Left to Right, they are: Read more

OKF Takes Step Toward Annotating the Web with Annotator & AnnotateIt

The Open Knowledge Foundation is working on a project that intends to allow users “to annotate the web. All of it. We’re now happy to announce two major releases: of Annotator, the code that makes web annotation possible, and AnnotateIt, a web service providing storage for your annotations. If you haven’t heard us talking about Annotator or AnnotateIt before, you’ll be wondering what this is all about. Annotator is a piece of code that runs in your web browser and helps you add commentary to the web. There’s an Annotator bookmarklet — like the one used by Pinterest and many other web applications — which allows you to create annotations on any web page simply by selecting content with your mouse.” Read more

New Version of map4rdf Published

The GeoLinkData Initiative and the Ontology Engineering Group are happy to announce a new version of map4rdf. On the map4rdf website, the creators state, “Recently we have seen a large increase in the amount of geospacial data that is being published using RDF and Linked Data principles. Efforts such as theW3C Geo XG, and most recently the GeoSPARQL initiative are providing the necessary vocabularies to publish this kind of information on the Web of Data. map4rdf is a mapping and faceted browsing tool for exploring and visualizing RDF datasets enhanced with geometrical Information.” Read more

Semantically Enabled Robot Can Bring You Lunch


Scientists have put semantic search technology into motion, literally: “The following demo, from the University of Tokyo and Technische Universität München, puts semantic search to the test by tasking a PR2 with fetching a sandwich. The PR2 has no detailed information on sandwiches, but its database tells it that sandwiches are a type of food, and that food can be found in kitchens and restaurants, and from that, it figures out where to look.” (View the demo above.) Read more

The Simplicity of RDFa

Bob DuCharme, the presenter of next week’s webcast SPARQL Queries, SPARQL Technology recently wrote a brief article showing how simple RDFa can be. DuCharme begins, “I got so tired of hearing people complain about how confusing RDFa is that while I was on hold during a recent phone call I threw together a demo of just how simple it can be. The document has the two basic kinds of triples: one with a literal for an object, with data typing thrown in for good measure, and one with a resource URI as its object.” Read more