Posts Tagged ‘semantic intelligence’

Upcoming Hackathon at Cornell Showcases Smart Search

cornellDebra Eichten of the Cornell Chronicle recently wrote, “At the Big Red//Hacks event Sept. 26-28 – billed as the first student-run, large-scale hackathon at Cornell University – participants will have access to a semantic intelligence application program interfaceAPI, the core technology for a new startup, Speare.  Speare founder and CEO Rahul Shah ’16 said his passion for understanding information, coupled with meeting students who shared an interest in entrepreneurship, resulted in the creation of Speare – a startup business that harnesses semantic intelligence to understand the meaning of textual information.” Read more

An Introduction to RAGE Semantic Intelligence Technology


WESTWOOD, Mass., March 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – RAGE Frameworks, a provider of technology enabled solutions and services, introduces breakthrough Semantic Intelligence technology, integrated with its patented and model driven Business Process Automation platform.


The immense untapped strategic and operational potential buried in the body of information and knowledge in cyberspace continues to be a bridge too far, even in 2014.  So does the Real Time Intelligent Business Enterprise.  The technology to unlock the potential of Big Data and make it practical and applicable to drive new value for old [and new] businesses is still in its infancy, and lags the hype around Big Data by a great distance.  Read more

Gatfol Announces Successful Closing of Angel Seed Fund Round, EU Collaboration and Reaching a Hundred Thousand Users per Month


Luqa, Malta (PRWEB UK) 21 November 2013 — As part of its development initiative into Europe, Gatfol today announced the reaching of further milestones: On reaching set technological programming benchmarks, Gatfol received final funding installments in its initial seed fund round with current investors. Gatfol will utilise the funds to set full EU development- and marketing functionality with Malta as base and operational satellites in New Zealand for Asia-Pacific reach and through government funded programs in South Africa for African continent expansion. Read more

RAGE Frameworks Launches Enterprise Big Data Platform


WESTWOOD, Mass., Oct. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – RAGE Frameworks, a provider of Big Data and Business Process Transformation Solutions, announces the launch of GYAN™, its Enterprise Big Data Platform. GYAN™, which stands for knowledge in Sanskrit, signals the arrival of applied Big Data technology that will enable Real Time Intelligent Business Operations.

Much more than adding a layer of standalone “analytics on top”, GYAN™ with its underlying RAGE Enterprise™ engine is set up to fundamentally transform Enterprise Operations by integrating structured and unstructured content, transactional and analytics functions, internal and external sources, in one integrated platform.  Read more

Persistent Systems and RAGE Aim to Improve Business Process Automation

Persistent Systems and RAGE Frameworks have partnered to help deliver better semantic business process automation. The article explains, “Persistent Systems, the global leader in software product and technology services, today announced its partnership with Westwood, MA-based RAGE Frameworks, provider of RAGE LiveBPA, a market leading patented platform that dramatically accelerates business process automation. Persistent Systems will help RAGE customers automate their business processes using RAGE LiveBPA and apply its fine-tuned product engineering processes to develop best-in-class solutions for customers in technology, telecommunication, life science, healthcare, banking, and consumer products sectors across North America, Europe, and Asia.” Read more

Myths About Classification: Computers do not Think, They Compute

Guest post by by Bryan Bell, VP of Enterprise Solutions, Expert System

Bryan BellAs companies around the world strive to find better options to manage the inflow of unstructured information, they often turn to classification systems to organize the chaos.

Classification systems give structure to massive volumes of information, with the overriding goal of increasing discoverability. Organizations are working to manage large sets of data by classifying it into hierarchical trees (or taxonomies) based on the commonality of the content. You could say that classification is much like a multi-level sort, grouping similar information across multiple category classes.

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