2010 Semantic Web Summit

Understanding + Classification = Monetization From the Semantic Web, Says OpenAmplify

Semantic technology web services provider OpenAmplify unveiled the next solution in its portfolio at this week’s Semantic Web Summit. It’s adding onto its OpenAmplify platform, which surfaces the meaning of content (its topics, sentiment, expressed intentions and so forth), with a customized classification solution dubbed Ampliverse. The company says that with the new service, it’s…

Emergent Analytics: Connecting the Dots Needs Semantic Web Technology

  What is emergent analytics, and what’s a key ingredient for making it a successful effort in your enterprise? To answer the first question, think of emergent analytics as a semantic software architecture that lets organizations get enterprise intelligence out of highly distributed data. And think about achieving that, not with a data warehouse that…

Picture This: Your Semantic Web UI

          Photo Courtesy: Flickr/Lance Shields There’s plenty of discussion about the back-end of semantic web technologies, but maybe it’s time to focus a little more about how they are going to impact the front-end experience. That subject will be tackled at the Semantic Web Summit by Duane Degler, principal at user-centered…

Fly Free, Content, Fly Free

Photo Courtesy: Flickr/jonycunha Online content providers, it’s time to set your content free — but that’s going to take adding semantic structure to it. Thoughts about why, how to do it, and its downstream impact on operations and staff will be shared by Rachel Lovinger, content strategy lead at Razorfish and the recent author of…

Semantic Social Networks: Facebook, Bing Partnership Just One Piece of A Bigger Data Interactions Picture

Photo Courtesy: Flickr/webtreats There’s a world of possibilities in a web of data fidelity and data reusability. Social networking giants like Facebook see value in that, with its Open Graph protocol that has made each of its members’ profiles Semantic-Web ready and practically a de facto global identifier for its half-billion users. Microsoft’s Bing will…

Semantic Search: It’s the Application, Silly

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Courtesy: Flickr/cotaro70s Where’s semantic search going? That’s a question that will be explored at the upcoming Semantic Web Summit – and here’s a preview of how one expert in the space plans to answer it. (The title of this blog, apologies to James Carville, is a hint.) Drawing both on his reading of the story,…