2013 SemTechBiz East

Get Your Big, Linked, Smart Data eBook

Attendees at the Semantic Technology & Business Conference in NYC earlier this month got first-access to Big, Linked, Smart Data, an eBook of selections from The Semantic Web Blog. It’s built on the KEeReader, a browser-based e-reading platform that brings the ability to identify concepts, entities and relationships within content and allow users to interact…

Following Up on FIBO At SemTechBiz

The Financial Industry Business Ontology (FIBO) was a main topic of interest at last week’s Semantic Technology & Business Conference – which took place in New York City, the capital of the financial services industry. FIBO, as The Semantic Web Blog has previously discussed, is both a business conceptual ontology and an operational ontology delivered…

Semantic Tech To The Rescue For Medicare Administrative Contractor

When a Medicare administrative contractor found itself under the gun to improve its performance in order to retain its business with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, it was able to leverage semantic technology to realize its goals. The audience at last week’s Semantic Technology & Business Conference heard about this case study from…

The Future of SEO: Panelists At SemTechBiz Weigh In

Where is SEO going? A panel hosted by Aaron Bradley, Internet marketing manager at InfoMine, Inc. at this week’s Semantic Technology & Business Conference in NYC took on the issue at full force. The session, featuring Bing senior product manager Duane Forrester,  semantic web strategist and independent consultant Barbara H. Starr, Swellpath SEO Team Manager Mike…

Linked Data: "The Gift That Keeps On Giving"

K. Krasnow Waterman started the New York Semantic Technology & Business Conference off on the right foot Wednesday, highlighting the highly practical virtues of the semantic web and Linked Data for all. Krasnow Waterman pointed to four big benefits of a semantic web world, including easing the path to: Analyzing data from multiple sources; Understanding…

Hooray For Semantic Tech In The Film Industry

The story below features an interview with Kurt Cagle, Information Architect Avalon Consulting, LLC, who is speaking this week at the Semantic Technology And Business Conference in NYC. You can save $200 when you register for the event before October 2.   New York has a rich history in the film industry.  The city was the capital…

Speech And Smarts Take To TV Search

The story below features an interview with Sam Vasisht, CMO of Veveo, who is speaking next week at the Semantic Technology And Business Conference in NYC. You can save $200 when you register for the event before October 2. A recent focus group report from Veveo, whose semantic technology powers conversational interfaces that enable search on connected…

Calendars Get Smart With Tempo.AI

SRI International, which spearheaded the CALO (Cognitive Agent That Learns and Organizes) intelligent assistant for DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), has had more than one semantic project up its sleeve. One of them was Tempo.AI, which was spun off by SRI at the end of 2011. Earlier this year, the smart calendar app for…

UPDATE: The Semantic Web Has Killed SEO. Long Live SEO.

[UPDATE: This panel has a new panelist! Mike Arnesen, SEO Team Manager of SwellPath will participate in New York.] by Eric Franzon On October 3 at the New York Semantic Technology & Business Conference (#SemTechBiz), a panel of experts will tackle the issue of how Semantic Web technologies are rapidly changing the landscape of Search…