The Semantic Technology and Business Conference has announced its agenda for the tenth annual conference taking place August 19-21 in San Jose, CA. According to a new release out of the conference, "Today DATAVERSITY™ Education, LLC, and SemanticWeb.com announced the agenda and opening of registration for the tenth annual Semantic Technology & Business Conference (SemTechBiz). To view the three-day agenda or learn more about the conference speakers and registration options visit www.SemTechBiz.com. SemTechBiz will take place in San Jose, California, August 19-21, 2014, at the San Jose Convention Center."
It goes on, "The conference will be co-located with the NoSQL Now! Conference for the first time in conference history. Tony Shaw, CEO of DATAVERSITY says, “bringing together these two vibrant professional communities was top priority for this year’s conference success.” Additionally, DATAVERSITY will partner with SemanticWeb.com to launch a new event, the Cognitive Computing Forum, which will also be co-located in San Jose that week."
The article continues, "Organizers of the event filled agenda openings with speakers who will share professional experiences and solutions in the area of Semantic Technologies through breakout sessions, case studies, tutorials, keynotes, and panel discussions. Among the exciting keynotes being lined up for the conference are Manu Sporny (Digital Bazaar), Phil Archer (W3C), and Google Fellow and thought leader, R.V. Guha. This Semantic Technology-focused agenda suits all levels of technical experience and is designed to challenge attendees in their fields and encourage the development of new and innovative strategies in the enterprise. To learn more about this conference visit www.SemTechBiz.com"