Perficient is looking for a Big Data Solution Architect in the United States. According to the post, “Perficient is looking for Solution Architecture Consultants who are passionate about data and can lead the building of next generation Big Data and predictive analytic applications. You will be working with Perficient business units and technology partners to understand client business objectives and drive solutions that efficiently meet the needs of the business. You will be responsible for guiding the full lifecycle of delivery of information management systems, identifying, quantifying, and winning Perficient consulting opportunities, and providing industry thought-leadership; all while building one of the industry’s leading-edge consulting practices.” Read more
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NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Be Informed, the global market leader in semantic business solutions, announced today that it is expanding operations to the United States and Canada, providing public and private sector enterprises a fast, agile and cost-effective springboard to transform their core business processes, respond rapidly to market and regulatory changes, and execute strategic innovations.
“Public and private sector organizations are burdened with complex processes that are resource-intensive to build, costly to maintain and difficult to change,” said Dan Latham, CEO of Be Informed North America. “But what if you were no longer stymied by IT backlogs, project failures and poor ROI? What if far less of your budget was tied up with maintenance and more of it free for new development? Be Informed enables business executives to execute agile business performance. With Be Informed you can not only deploy solutions quickly and economically, you also gain the power to react immediately to new requirements, transform core processes incrementally with lower risk, and evolve new capabilities as changes accelerate.” Read more
Larry Downes of Forbes reports that the UN is trying to claim some authority over the internet. He writes, “Yet another anachronistic regulator is trying to flex its muscles over the Internet. But this time the U.S. government is actually the one trying to stop them. That’s right. It’s the United Nations. Specifically, the International Telecommunications Union, a 150 year-old bureaucracy that started life establishing telegraph standards. The ITU has since mutated into coordinating international telephone interconnection and radio spectrum, and became part of the U.N. in 1947. But it has never had a meaningful role in dealing with the Internet. At least until now.” Read more
Steven VanRoekel and Aneesh Chopra recently shared some exciting news about the growing reach of open government initiatives. They wrote, “Last week, President Obama’s unprecedented efforts to advance open and transparent Government reached an important milestone. As part of a joint effort by the United States and India to build an open government platform, the U.S. team has deposited open source code– an important benchmark in developing the Open Government Platform that will enable governments around the world to stand up their own open government data sites.” Read more
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Startup Reveals the 'Invisible Web' with Semantic Search Apps that Tap the Power of Community
SANTA CLARA, Calif., Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ — DEMOfall 2010 – Semantifi, Inc., a pioneer in Web Data Search, today publicly launched Semantifi.com, a Search App Marketplace that empowers internet users to publish and search structured data. The Semantifi portal enables users to access the 'Deep Web,' which accounts for 99 percent of the information on the internet – but inaccessible to Google and Bing's general purpose keyword search engines.
"The technology of leading search engines works fine for web pages, but not for structured data," said Shree Pragada, founder and CEO of Semantifi, Inc. "This is why using a keyword search engine to find 'digital cameras under $400' or 'earmarks of California Senators' or 'analyst ratings on Microsoft' produces thousands of search results, but does not deliver an appropriate answer."
Semantifi.com hosts over 50 Search Apps which are focused search engines specific to datasets. Apps include SEC filings, Government Spending, U.S. Economic Metrics, U.S. Census data, Senator Earmarks, Crunchbase and more. Users can ask simple questions, get knowledge based search results and interpret the data with automatically generated visuals – such as charts, graphs, maps and tables.
"Semantifi's Search Apps create the ability to analyze data in new and creative ways," said Bryant Sheehy, Director of Business Development, Zacks Investment Research, Inc. "This new approach to searching and visualizing data has the potential to show investors subtle differences in underlying trends that they can use to make more profitable investments in this volatile trading market."
Unlike keyword or natural language search engines, Semantifi is powered by a patented knowledge base search engine that understands the meaning of words regardless of language structure. This unique technology is hosted at Semantifi.com to empower the internet community to search, share and monetize data via the first Search App Marketplace.
Similar to the Wikipedia community model, anyone can use Semantifi to publish and search datasets. Publishers include businesses, government agencies, research firms, content owners and individuals. Apps can be of personal interest, high public appeal or have revenue potential. Semantifi Search Apps can be shared publicly with all for free or only with paid subscribers.
"In the future, search will be powered by millions of community-built Search Apps – not 2-3 general purpose search engines," added Pragada. "Together, we will unlock the Deep Web."
Semantifi Inc. is a pioneer in Web Data Search with the goal of unlocking structured content within the 'Deep Web.' The Semantifi.com portal enables Internet users with a platform to publish and search datasets as Search Apps. With Search Apps, users can ask simple questions, search all published datasets, get relevant answers, and interpret data with automatic visuals, such as charts and tables. The Semantifi portal includes numerous search applications and the company is in the process of licensing its technology to third parties to power Semantic Search across vertical industries. For more information, please visit www.semantifi.com.
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US News and LOUD3R Join to Add Real-Time Content to Congress Tracker
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RDFa makes it easy for Web publishers to expose data on the Web, but RDFa can also make it easy to develop Web data applications. Watch how easy it is to replace complex data schemas and their SQL queries with simple RDFa attributes in your HTML markup!
In this webcast, James Leigh, a lead developer (with David Wood) on the Callimachus Project, will show us how a Web developer can create semantically-enabled Web applications with a minimal knowledge of the internals of the Semantic Web and SQL. For further details, see Callimachus Project at http://www.callimachusproject.org.
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James Leigh is an independent Software Consultant based in Toronto. James is a co-creator of Callimachus and is involved in other public semantic Web projects, such as the PURL server and Sesame store. James has been building web applications for ten years with emphasis on performance and technology integration. His experience modelling business problems and concepts in software has enabled his clients to rapidly move from concepts to prototypes to production systems.
Google Instant Might Change the Face of the Internet
Google is launching its new intuitive, Web 3.0 search engine gradually and it is currently only available in the United States users who log into their …
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