Posts Tagged ‘Dublin’

Semantic Web Jobs: OCLC

OCLC

The OCLC is searching for a Lead Software Engineer in Dublin, OH. According to the post, “We have an immediate opening for a Lead Software Engineer to design and develop software solutions in a Hadoop cluster environment, with strong focus on support for Digital Repositories of historic documents, photographs, media, and Institutional Repositories of current theses, dissertations, and research documents and data. You will be challenged to design and develop large-scale, highly performant applications and services leveraging a wide variety of open source and commercial technologies.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: OCLC

OCLC

The OCLC is looking for a Lead Software Engineer in Dublin, OH. The post states, “We have an immediate opening for a Lead Software Engineer to design and develop software solutions in a Hadoop cluster environment, with strong focus on support for Digital Repositories of historic documents, photographs, media, and Institutional Repositories of current theses, dissertations, and research documents and data. You will be challenged to design and develop large-scale, highly performant applications and services leveraging a wide variety of open source and commercial technologies.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: OCLC

OCLC

The OCLC is looking for a Lead Semantic Web Engineer in Dublin, OH. The post states, “The Data Architecture Group and Data Service engineering team are challenged with identifying, designing and developing products and services that will advance our information retrieval offerings to web scale.  Through our innovative systems using the latest technology, we are leaders in our industry at delivering creative solutions to help our members and partners with their missions. We are looking for a Lead Semantic Web Software Engineer with a considerable experience in agile software development; experience with semantic web technologies (RDF, OWL, triple stores, linked data) preferred.  You will be challenged to design and develop large-scale, highly peformant applications and services leveraging a wide variety of open source and commercial technologies.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: IBM

IBM is looking for an IBM Watson User Interface & Tooling Developer in Dublin, OH. According to the post, “The IBM Watson offerings are based on the solution created by IBM Research and is a platform which is very different from most common software/hardware platforms in that it involves an uncommon and complex system of systems. These new product offerings will meet the requirements of an emerging market for Deep Question/Answer Solutions. The capability is based on UIMA AS an Open Source framework for deployment of a highly parallel, probabilistic infrastructure running across dozens of discrete Linux systems. You will specialize in designing, developing, testing, and deploying use cases in targeted industries including, but not limited to: health care, financial services, and contact center domains. Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Franklin Templeton Investments

Franklin Templeton Investments is looking for a Lead Software Engineer in Dublin, CA. According to the post, “Franklin Templeton Investments (FTI) has an exciting opportunity within their Information Management Data Architecture Group for a Lead Software Engineer. This is an opportunity to use previous application design and development experience in supporting 2 different applications in data management areas. The successful candidate will play a role in leading and facilitating the design, development, and maintenance of the application roadmap. In addition, the individual will be expected to apply their experience in advancing the technical landscape of the application.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: IBM Dublin Research Laboratory

The Smarter Cities Technology Centre at IBM’s Dublin Research Laboratory is looking for a Researcher of Social Semantic Web. According to the post, “We are researching novel ways to enable citizens, services, and service providers to interact coherently in a smarter city. We are creating and leveraging Social Media and Web 2.0 software tools that help to capture, organize and benefit from the wealth of city data being generated by urban and environmental sensors, including citizen-contributed data. We are looking for researchers with strong expertise in the areas of: (1) Social Media and Web 2.0 , preferably with geospatial applications. (2) Capturing, representing, exploiting social media and crowd-sourced information. (3) Enabling users and developers to easily leverage linked open data as an information source. (4) Collaborative, end-user-driven knowledge enrichment.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: IBM’s Smarter Cities Technology Centre

IBM’s new Smarter Cities Technology Centre (SCTC) at the Dublin Research Laboratory in Ireland has several job openings in the semantic web space. One opening is for a Researcher: “We are researching novel ways to enable citizens, services, and service providers to interact coherently in a smarter city. We are creating and leveraging Social Media and Web 2.0 software tools that help to capture, organize and benefit from the wealth of city data being generated by urban and environmental sensors, including citizen-contributed data.” Read more

Linked Open Data News from Europe

Europeana, a collection of digital resources from Europe’s countless museums, libraries, and archives has launched data.europeana.eu as part of its “ongoing effort of making its metadata available as Linked Open Data on the Web. It allows others to access metadata collected from Europeana providers, via standard Web technologies, enrich this metadata and give this enriched metadata back to the providers. Links between Europeana resources and other resources in the Linked Data Web will enable discovery of semantically related resources, as, say, when two artworks are created by artists who are related to each other.” Read more

Semantic Start-Up B-Sm@rk Gives Users 32 Ways to Express Themselves

A new Dublin-based start-up called B-Sm@rk promises a semantic tagging tool that allows people “to register instantly how they feel about and react to a product, event, web content or brand.” According to the article, “The company claims its first product MySmark is five times more effective than the now-familiar ‘Like’ button on sites such as Facebook because it makes the user’s interaction with the content more personal and accurate. MySmark is a coloured, personalised smart wheel that allows people to leave one-click smarks, or ‘smart marks’, on a website, in an app or on a social network page. People can calibrate their feedback, leaving up to 32 different tags based on their emotions and moods.” Read more