Healthline is looking for a Informatics Senior Java Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA. According to the post, this position will “Design and implement algorithms for integrating medical standard dictionaries into Healthline ontology. Develop data mining processes to create our Semantic Network. Work on an authoring tool that allows Medical Informatics Specialists to successfully and easily edit our ontology. Contribute to architecture, tools, and standards and practices for the engineering organization. Perform additional duties as assigned.” Read more
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Twitter is looking for a Software Engineer – NLP Arabic in San Francisco, CA. According to the post, “Twitter is looking for engineers who are passionate about delivering a great user experience to our Arabic speaking users. Based in Twitter’s San Francisco HQ, you will work closely with our product management team, interaction designers and localization specialists on bringing new infrastructure or product features to our Arabic speaking markets. Potential projects includes overhauling our Arabic language tokenization, Right-to-Left language support for Android, iOS and Web clients, and precision improvements on Arabic Trending topics. You will also work on other Right-to-left languages including Urdu, Farsi, and Hebrew.” Read more
Healthline is looking for an Informatics Senior Java Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA. The post states, “Work with dynamic Engineering and Medical Informatics Teams to enhance Healthline’s medical ontology. Healthline is a web health technology company, employing tools for the future. Our office is located in San Francisco at Third and Townsend near the ballpark and one block from Cal Train. This position is open immediately. Design and implement algorithms for integrating medical standard dictionaries into Healthline ontology. Develop data mining processes to create our Semantic Network. Work on an authoring tool that allows Medical Informatics Specialists to successfully and easily edit our ontology. Contribute to architecture, tools, and standards and practices for the engineering organization.” Read more
Healthline Networks is seeking an Informatics Sr. Java Software Engineer in San Francisco, California. This position offers the opportunity to “Work with dynamic Engineering and Medical Informatics Teams to enhance Healthline’s medical ontology. Healthline is a web health technology company, employing tools for the future.” The Responsibilities include: “Design and implement algorithms for integrating medical standard dictionaries into Healthline ontology; Develop data mining processes to create our Semantic Network; Work on an authoring tool that allows Medical Informatics Specialists to successfully and easily edit our ontology; Read more
icix is looking for a Data Architect in South San Francisco, CA. The post states, “The platform team at Icix is looking for a seasoned Architect with strong skills at developing and managing big data. The Data Architect will be responsible for designing the data platform for the icix system which will manage all of the graph data, structured and unstructured data and documents stored and accessible by the icix network. This system must be able to query and manage complex graph data and millions of documents with exceptional performance and ultra high reliability. The Data Architect will also be responsible for working in conjunction with Data Visualization Engineers to build solutions which allow for the search, retrieval, reporting and analytics of the data stored in the data platform.” Read more
One of the many highlights from yesterday at the Semantic Technology and Business Conference in San Francisco was the exciting conclusion of the Semantic Start-Up Competition. After each of the ten finalist companies presented their pitches to the judges, the expert panel deliberated and ultimately selected KnowMED as the big winner.
Semantic Hack is three days away. We’re looking forward to seeing what emerges from creative minds unearthing the hidden data of the web.
If you’re interested and have not yet registered for this free-to-attend new event, there are a few spots left, but they are going fast! Sign up today here!
Semantic Hack is attracting a great list of people interested in creating some cool hacks with Semantic Technology, and although there are some veteran thought leaders signed up, this is also an opportunity for developers and designers who have little or no experience working with Semantic Technologies to explore and learn something new. You can see who has already signed up at the Semantic Hack site.
[Editor's Note: This article originally included an incorrect link. The correct link to view the 2013 "Top Semantic Start-Up Competition" is http://semtechbizsf2013.semanticweb.com/sessionPop.cfm?confid=70&proposalid=5265".]
The finalists of the 2013 “Top Semantic Start-Up Competition” have been announced. This year’s finalists represent a broad spectrum of entrepreneurship within the world of semantic technology. The announcement states, “At the 2013 Semantic Technology & Business Conference, SemanticWeb.com and WebMediaBrands will award one company the prize as ‘Top Semantic Technology Start-Up.’ At 12:30 pm Monday, June 3rd, companies will have the opportunity to compete on stage as they deliver their pitches before a panel of expert judges! The companies competing will have met the following conditions: (1) Have a demonstrable product (at least in ‘beta’ stage) in the SemTech and or SemWeb space, (2) Have received no more than a Series B round of financing.”
The finalists are: Read more
This June’s SemTechBiz Conference in San Francisco will bring something new to the table: a full-day tutorial on Building Enterprise Semantic Applications. This highly anticipated tutorial will happen on Sunday, June 2, and it is already filling up quickly. Seating is limited, so be sure to register today in order to reserve your spot.
The tutorial will be taught by Hector M. Perez-Urbina, Senior Research Scientist at Clark & Parsia; Brian Sletten, President at Bosatsu Consulting; and Edgar H. Rodriguez-Diaz, Software Engineer at Clark & Parsia. Read more
[UPDATED: April 18, 2013, 11:46am]
The upcoming Semantic Technology and Business Conference in San Francisco is set to host a thought-provoking panel on RDF as a Universal Healthcare Language. The President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) identified the need for a universal healthcare exchange language as a key enabler in addressing this problem by improving healthcare data portability. Many familiar with Semantic Web technology have recognized that RDF / Linked Data would be an excellent candidate to meet this need, for both technical and strategic reasons. Although RDF is not yet well known in conventional healthcare IT, it has been beneficially used in a wide variety of applications over the past ten years — including medical and biotech applications — and would exceed all of the requirements outlined in the PCAST report. Read more
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