Posts Tagged ‘semantic tool’

fluidOps Presents Semantic Augmented Reality Application

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Walldorf, Germany – fluid Operations® AG will present the Conference Explorer, an augmented reality (AR) application that runs on Google Glass, at the Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC) 2014 from 25 – 29 May on the Greek island of Crete. The tool for semantic data integration in the context of professional events is based on the Information Workbench, the semantic integration platform of fluidOps.

 

Building knowledge and networks

 

With the Conference Explorer, ESWC attendees can view conference data with semantic links to information from social networks and other public data sources on Google Glass. Read more

CollabRx Releases Semantic Clinical Support Tool for Oncologists

According to a new article out of the company, “CollabRx, Inc. today announced the release of a new version of its Therapy Finder™ application (‘app’) for lung cancer. The lung cancer Therapy Finder™app is a web-based decision support tool that enables oncologists to take into account the genetics of a patient’s tumor when determining a treatment plan. The newest lung cancer Therapy Finder™ is currently freely available at the company’s website and via distribution partners such as MedPage Today, Everyday Health’s physician portal (http://www.medpagetoday.com/resource-center/lung-cancer-therapy/therapy-finder).” Read more

Daedalus Releases New Version of Multilingual Semantic Proofreading Tool

According to a new article out of the company, “Daedalus, a Spanish company specialized in software for data analysis, has released a new version of Stilus, its multilingual tool for proofreading. Stilus applies semantic and natural language processing technologies to facilitate the tasks of not only spelling and grammar text correction, but also typographic and style revision. These technologies allow Stilus to perform advanced text revision based on the linguistic context. The syntactic and semantic disambiguation enable the detection of errors that often go unnoticed by other automatic proofreaders –usually based on superficial analysis techniques-, while minimizing the number of false warnings.” Read more