Posts Tagged ‘National Science Foundation’

Fusion Facilitates Pairups Between Startups And Enterprises

Guidewire Labs, co-founded by The DEMO conference executive producer Chris Shipley, plays matchmaker between startups and enterprises with its Fusion platform. Behind Fusion stand features such as natural language processing of companies’ submitted business and product essay descriptions and ontological trees that pair discrete industry-standard descriptions with discovered terms.

“We like to think of ourselves as a matchmaking service like eHarmony, but only for business opportunities,” says Stephen Pieraldi, Guidewire Labs COO. “Companies want to be matched but it’s very hard to do that, unlike with people where you have basic filters. But no one has taken a profile object called company and identified it in the way we have.”

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Twitris Social Media Analysis Tackles Occupy Wall Street, 2012 Elections

Semantic social web application Twitris, a project of Kno.e.sis at Wright State University, recently added to its social media analysis event lineup coverage of Occupy Wall Street, and Election 2012 is set to debut in the next couple of weeks.

These join earlier efforts such as the India Against Corruption Twitris site, and across all of them users can explore the popular topics about the event in the Twittersphere for that day; see related information by clicking on a tag; browse topics by location and see how they trend across different segments of society; search and explore questions related to a topic; view sentiments associated with a particular entity in the topic set; and more.

Leading the effort is Kno.e.sis Ohio Center of Excellence in Knowledge-enabled Computing director and LexisNexis Ohio Eminent Scholar Dr. Amit P. Sheth, who coined the term citizen-sensing and has written on the topic of continuous semantics to analyze real-time data.

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dod, NSF back Semantic Team Collaboration Startup – PR Web (press release)

dod, NSF back Semantic Team Collaboration Startup
PR Web (press release), WA
collabwiki delivers a realistic semantic computing model for the enterprise by enabling team members to collaborate via the Web. A powerful Ajax User Interface desktop features on the Web, including visual access to project Workspaces, topics organized