Posts Tagged ‘semantic technology’

Semantic Tech’s Role in Travel in 2024

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Amy Plitt of the Daily Traveler reports, “Travel-booking website Skyscanner partnered with 56 experts, including researchers from Google and Microsoft, as well as UK consulting firm The Future Laboratory, to determine what the future of travel might look like. The company released its findings this week, and unsurprisingly, emerging technology will make traveling both easier and more intuitive. The first part of the report focuses on planning and booking trips. According to the experts surveyed, one of the biggest changes will be the development of ‘Digital Travel Buddies,’ virtual companions that will guide you through every step of the process and help you once you’re on your trip. (Think Apple’s Siri, but way better at knowing what you want before you want it.) Read more

ADmantX Awarded Patent for Semantic Advertising Technology

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK — (Marketwired) — 04/10/14 — ADmantX, the next-generation contextual analysis and semantic data provider, today announced that the U.S. Patent and Trademark office has awarded patent US 8543578 B2 for its flagship semantic technology. The ADmantX technology automatically comprehends content in both advertising messages and page content to ensure brand-safe, effective ad delivery.

 

The lack of relevance between advertisements and page content continues to be one of advertising’s biggest challenges. Most providers rely on technologies that use cookies and keywords to serve ads. Because these technologies are unable to understand the meaning or context of page content, ads could be placed with inappropriate, non brand-safe content. Read more

Declara Founder: “The Future of Search is Semantic”

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Stacey Higginbotham of GigaOM reports, “After a car accident and subsequent coma ended up leaving her in a senior citizen’s home having to relearn how to do everything, Ramona Pierson, co-founder and CEO and Declara, had an epiphany that led to her to found and build a semantic search company. The technology behind Declara helps people discover esoteric and hard-to-find information. In a conversation at Structure Data in New York on why the future of search is semantic, Pierson explained that so far Declara has been used in education, pharmaceuticals and manufacturing industries, where a lack of knowledge transfer between employees could result in death. Places like oil rigs or in cement manufacturing plants, for example.” Read more

An Introduction to RAGE Semantic Intelligence Technology

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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

Introducing Grover, a Business Syntax

Grover's Close-upJohn McClure recently wrote for Mike 2.0, “Grover is a semantic annotation markup syntax based on the grammar of the English language. Grover is related to the Object Management Group’s Semantics of Business Vocabulary and Rules (SBVR), explained later. Grover syntax assigns roles to common parts of speech in the English language so that simple and structured English phrases are used to name and relate information on the semantic web. By having as clear a syntax as possible, the semantic web is more valuable and useful. An important open-source tool for semantic databases is SemanticMediaWiki that permits everyone to create a personal ‘wikipedia’ in which private topics are maintained for personal use. The Grover syntax is based on this semantic tool and the friendly wiki environment it delivers, though the approach below might also be amenable to other toolsets and environments.” Read more

Creating a Lie Detector for Tweets

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Jessica McKenzie of Tech President reports, “An international group of researchers led by the University of Sheffield is building a social media “lie detector” named Pheme, after the mythological rumormonger, that can determine in real time whether a information spread on social media is true or false. The idea is that identifying misinformation would allow journalists, government agencies, emergency response, health providers and private companies to respond to emergencies and other events more effectively.” Read more

Predixion Software and Carolinas HealthCare System Partner to Improve Care Delivery

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ORLANDO, FL–(Marketwired – Feb 24, 2014) – Predixion Software, a leading developer of collaborative predictive analytics software, announced today the joint development of Predixion Length of Stay (LOS) Insight. This software solution will allow hospitals to develop individualized care plans based on each patient’s risk factors and use this information to optimize the delivery of needed healthcare services. Carolinas HealthCare System, one of the largest non-profit healthcare systems in the nation, is co-developing this novel platform, leveraging the healthcare system’s expertise in acute care delivery and substantial investments in data and analytics. Read more

AIP Publishing and Publishing Technology Go-Live with Next Generation Scitation

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Feb 05, 2014–AIP Publishing LLC and Publishing Technology have launched the next generation of AIP’s Scitation site, serving hundreds of thousands of scientists around the world.

 

Launched on a new custom platform developed using Publishing Technology’s pub2web hosting solution, AIP Publishing and seven AIP Member Societies are now housing nearly a million articles from 47 journals, as well as conference proceedings, standards and blogs. The site also hosts Physics Today, AIP’s flagship magazine. 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

Boopsie Partners with Parity Computing to Provide Library Apps for Corporations in Need of Efficient Mobile Access

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Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) February 12, 2014–Boopsie, Inc., the leading mobile solution for libraries, announces its partnership with Parity Computing Inc., the leader in intelligent automation solutions for the Science, Technology, and Medicine (STM) industry, to provide mobile apps and efficient analytics services to libraries. The partnership is focused on providing rich search and recommendation services to academic and corporate libraries.

 

Parity provides powerful data mining, analytics, and decision-support systems for STM publishers and research institutes. Semantic analysis is a core part of Parity’s approach to deriving insights from large, heterogeneous, and often unstructured data sets. Parity’s Semantic Profiling Engine™ – applied to corpora of scientific, engineering and medical literature, business documents, and clinical records – enables applications ranging from automated publication profiles of scientists to journal, article, and grant recommendations. Read more

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