Posts Tagged ‘partnership’

Leiki and Outbrain Partner to Bring Global Consumers More Engaging Online Content

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HELSINKI, Finland, July 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Leiki, Ltd, a leading provider of content discovery solutions for publishers and advertisers announce today that it has agreed with Outbrain, Inc, to enhance the relevancy of their related and sponsored content delivery. As a result of this cooperation, consumers will see content recommendations that are more directly relevant to the articles they are reading and publishers and sponsors will enjoy higher consumer engagement.

 

Outbrain will use the Leiki Focus semantic engine to analyze web pages using the Leiki-proprietary 130,000 contextually definitive topics. The resulting weighted profile consists of the 50-200 most relevant topics and provides a highly accurate and detailed “context fingerprint”. Outbrain will use this as part of their core delivery system to find matching articles from within the publisher’s domain as well as among the Outbrain sponsored content network. Read more

Yummly Partners with Growing Search Engine, DuckDuckGo

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Amy Gesenhues of Search Engine Land reports, “Yummly announced today it will be powering the results for recipe searches performed on DuckDuckGo, the search engine built on protecting the privacy of its users. ‘Yummly’s technology understands recipe search queries and we’ve worked together to create a great recipe instant answers experience,’ said DuckDuckGo founder and CEO Gabriel Weinberg. According to the announcement, DuckDuckGo is now one of over 4,000 developers and companies currently leveraging Yummly.” Read more

Cognitive Networks Announces Partnership With Real-Time Metacontent Provider Lingospot

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San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 20, 2014 — Cognitive Networks, a leading provider of real-time services that power Enhanced TV on Smart TVs, today announced a partnership with metacontent and metadata provider Lingospot. Through its various partnerships with interactive content creation and distribution platforms, app developers, advertisers, TV manufacturers, and content providers, Cognitive Networks has built out a first-of-its-kind Smart TV ecosystem for Enhanced TV. Lingospot is a contextually-aware content recommendation and discovery platform that automatically identifies what’s occurring inside each scene of a TV broadcast and enhances the experience for TV viewers by delivering compelling companion content. The Lingospot partnership will drive deeper engagement, increase programming ratings, add to advertising effectiveness, and provide new ad opportunities on Smart TVs. Read more

Cipher Systems Partners with Semantic Research to Extend Data-Intensive Analytics Solutions to Commercial Markets

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Annapolis, Maryland (PRWEB) May 05, 2014 — Strategic and competitive intelligence consulting firm Cipher Systems announced today a new partnership with Semantic Research Inc. (SRI), developers of the NetCentric Intelligence® semantic analysis platform. The firms will work together to integrate elements of SRI’s Semantica® software package and Cipher’s award-winning Knowledge. Works™ and Knowledge.Hub™ competitive intelligence software solutions. This joint effort will leverage the power of semantic analysis to address the toughest competitive intelligence and due diligence challenges facing companies in complex industries like energy, healthcare, financial services, and manufacturing. Read more

FindMyCarrots, the Semantic Search Engine for Online Travel, Partners with TrustYou

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4 March 2014 — FindMyCarrots (FmC) has partnered with TrustYou to provide semantic analysis for hotel queries in India. With TrustYou’s robust database and advanced semantic analysis of millions of reviews, including categories like hotel type, bed size, bathroom cleanliness, food, bar, location, amenities, and more, users can now search and filter hotels based on specific criterion. For example, a user could search for “family friendly hotels in Mumbai with delicious seafood and clean bathrooms.”

 

“Using TrustYou’s structured data, travelers enjoy a more personalized experience during the search- shop-buy process because they have the ability to drill down to the most relevant results in the least amount of time,” said Alan Young, SVP Strategic Partnerships at TrustYou. Read more

Cambridge Semantics Integrates ChemAxon Search and Visualization Capabilities into Anzo Software

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Cambridge, Mass. (PRWEB) February 18, 2014 — Cambridge Semantics, the leading provider of Unified Information Access (UIA) solutions for enterprises, today announced it has partnered with ChemAxon to provide customers with advanced chemical search and visualization capabilities.

 

ChemAxon’s products and services focus on adding functionality and value to chemistry information and provides cheminformatics software platforms, applications and services to optimize the value of chemistry information in life science and other R&D. Based on semantic technology, Cambridge Semantics’ Anzo software addresses a variety of enterprise data management and end-user data consumption challenges in the pharma, financial and life science industries. Read more

Yahoo! and Carnegie Mellon Partner of $10M Machine Learning Initiative

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Deborah Todd of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports, “An initiative to use Yahoo’s data and Carnegie Mellon University’s brain trust to build the smartphone apps of the future has launched with a multimillion-dollar jump start. Project InMind — a five-year, $10 million partnership between CMU and multinational Internet corporation Yahoo Inc. — gives university researchers access to a “mobile toolkit” of Yahoo’s real-time data services and its infrastructure in order to advance machine learning and personalization of smartphone apps. Once new experimental mobile products are created, students and faculty on campus will be able to opt in as alpha testers. The goal is to create customized services able to anticipate users’ needs and interests on an ongoing basis, whether a user is at home playing video games or navigating the streets of a foreign country.” Read more

CABI Automates its Semantic Enrichment Process and Interlinks its Content with TEMIS’s Luxid

temisWALLINGFORD, England and PARIS, January 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — TEMIS, the leading provider of Semantic Content Enrichment solutions today announced it has signed a strategic agreement with CABI, an inter-governmental, not-for-profit organization providing information and applying scientific expertise to solve problems in agriculture and the environment.

 

CABI has scientific research, international developmentknowledge management and publishing  at its core. By generating and increasing access to scientific knowledge, and delivering change through development projects, CABI works to improve crop yields, combat agricultural pests and microbial  diseases, protect biodiversity and safeguard the environment, which enables the world’s poorest communities to feed themselves. Read more

D&B and FirstRain to Deliver Deep, Actionable Insight through Structured and Unstructured Business Data

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SHORT HILLS, N.J. & SAN MATEO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–January 14, 2014–D&B (NYSE:DNB), the world’s leading source of commercial information and insight on businesses, and FirstRain, a leading provider of customer insights for the enterprise, today announced a partnership to deliver a ground-breaking solution combining structured and unstructured business data and analytics. The solution will provide a 360-degree view of a company that unifies relevant social content with D&B’s leading commercial content in a simple and seamless manner that is easy to use and integrate into business applications, in near real time. Read more

Knode Teams with Wiley to Create Researcher Portals with Semantic Mining

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Dian Schaffhauser of Campus Technology recently wrote, “A startup that offers a cloud-based biomedical search and profiling platform is teaming up with a major publisher of scientific and technical texts to create customized research portals for academic organizations and scientific societies. Knode will be working with John Wiley & Sons to set up searchable research networks to help users locate research expertise. Currently, Knode’s focus is on life sciences, but the company expects to expand to other fields ‘soon,’ according to an interview with CEO David Steinberg posted on the Wiley Web site.” Read more

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