Wolters Kluwer is searching for a Senior Information Architect in New York, NY. According to the post, “The Information Architect will be responsible for the definition, implementation and on-going refinement of an enterprise data architecture encompassing both transactional and information systems. The information architect will be involved in analyzing and selecting technical standards and establishing data objects, schemas and interfaces while balancing the need for both performance and security requirements. You will work closely with the content and product teams to understand the data and business models ensure proper definition, stewardship, distribution and storage of information.” Read more
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Google is looking for a Business Systems Analyst, Data Services in New York, NY. According to the post, “At Google, we work at lightning speed. So when things get in the way of progress, the Business Systems Integration, Master Data Services team steps in to remove those roadblocks. The team identifies time-consuming internal data flows and processes and then builds Master Data Services that are reliable and scalable enough to work within the size and scope of the company. You listen to and translate Googler’s data services needs into high-level technical specifications, design and develop recommended systems and work with Google technical team to ensure smooth implementation. Whether battling large system processes or leveraging our homegrown suite of Google products for Googlers themselves, you help Googlers work faster and more efficiently.” Read more
GovTech reports, “New York City IT leaders, including Chief Information and Innovation Officer Rahul N. Merchant, Chief Digital Officer Rachel Haot and Open Platform Officer Michael Flowers, announced on Monday, Sept. 23, that they were releasing dozens of ‘high-value’ data sets on a revamped open data portal. The portal, first launched in 2011, now includes more than 1,100 data sets, with contributions from more than 60 different agencies, according to a news release. As outlined in open data legislation signed by Mayor Michael Bloomberg last year, the city will continue to release data sets on a regular schedule, with a stated goal of publishing all public data on the portal by 2018.” Read more
A new presentation has been added to the already bustling agenda for the Semantic Technology and Business Conference in New York next month. The conference, which takes place October 2-3 at the New Yorker, will now include Semantics in Finance: Addressing Looming Train Wreck in Risk Management, Regulatory Compliance and Reporting, a presentation by Elisa Kendall, a partner at Thematix Partners. Read more
Thomson Reuters is looking for a Natural Language Processing Engineer in New York, NY. The post states, “The Text Analytics and Machine Learning Team are looking for an experienced engineer or scientist to join the newly formed organization. The team focuses on developing products that are powered by advanced natural language processing and machine learning theory and techniques. The primary focus is on processing unstructured data, such as news, broker research, filings, social media data, etc., using both supervised and unsupervised machine learning techniques. In addition, the team also develops products that are quantitative in nature, derived from time series data.” Read more
Refinery29 is looking for a Senior Semantic Modeler in New York, NY. According to the post, “We are looking for a senior semantic modeler to work in our Semantic Publishing Group at Refinery29. Our semantic publishing group develops editorial and consumer applications applying OWL based semantic modeling to our content universe and business systems. We are fascinated by the challenges and opportunities available currently in the intersection of publishing, editorial, advertising, personalization and retail. Our All-Star team has a single driving mission, to build the best editorial publishing platform on the planet. If you’re someone that’s excited about the idea of working with next-generation technologies and building amazing applications that will get daily use, than we love to hear from you.” Read more
The initial program has been announced for the next Semantic Technology & Business Conference in New York. The conference will take place October 2-3, 2013 at the New Yorker Hotel. This marks the second time this conference series has been to the Big Apple.
Eric Franzon, Conference Series Chair, said, “We are very excited about this conference. In addition to an already great program, we will be announcing other sessions, including must-see keynotes, in coming weeks, so we are excited for a very strong program full of solid learning and networking opportunities.”
Attendees will have the opportunity to explore semantic technologies in practice and to learn from the expert practitioners and business leaders who have already found value in semantic applications.
- Check out the program.
- Register today for discounted rates.
- Sponsorship opportunities are available.
This fall, we will offer two events in the popular Semantic Technology & Business Conference series (#SemTechBiz).
Eric Franzon, Conference Chair, says, “We have received many excellent proposals for both the European (Berlin, 18-19 September) and the New York (October 1-3) events. Perhaps due to Summer holidays, we have also received more requests than usual for deadline extensions. As a result, we are re-opening the CFP process and will now accept submissions for both events until end of day, Monday, July 22.”
Sponsorship opportunities and registration options are also available at this time. Details for each event are below.
We hope to see you at one or both events!
Task Management Inc. is looking for a Natural Language Processing Engineer in New York, NY. The post states, “Financial Services Company seeking a software engineer experienced with Real-world experience applying machine learning, NLP or other advanced algorithms to large (TB scale) data sets. This company combines expertise in high-volume unstructured data (especially social media) with the application of complex quantitative algorithms such as machine learning, natural language processing, predictive analytics, semantic analysis or machine translation. The challenges of this project require deep, hands-on technical knowledge at all layers of the stack combined with creative problem solving ability and outstanding interpersonal skills.” Read more
Spotify is looking for a Software Engineer – Machine Learning in New York, NY. According to the post, “Spotify is looking for exceptional machine learning engineers to help us build the world’s best music recommendations. The ideal candidate has experience in large scale machine learning, collaborative filtering, recommender systems, and/or other related fields. We employ large scale machine learning techniques to mine terabytes of data to come up with great music recommendations, personalize the Spotify experience, classify music, clean our data, and other things. As a ML developer at Spotify you will work on new recommendation algorithms, try out new ways to apply our data, build new product features, and run continuous A/B tests.” Read more
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