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Alta Plana Takes The Pulse Of Text Analytics

Seth Grimes, president and principal consultant of Alta Plana Corp. and founding chair of the Sentiment Analysis Symposium, has put together a thorough new report, Text Analytics 2014: User Perspectives on Solutions and Providers. Among the interesting findings of the report is that “growth in text analytics, as a vendor market category, has slackened, even…

Cruxly Analytics Technology Drives Actions From Intents

What are your customers – or potential clients – saying or asking online, often in short texts and streaming posts, or in emails about your products, services, or their own particular interests or desires? If you can understand their actionable intents in realtime, then you have a good shot at responding swiftly and appropriately to…

Sentiment Analytics Matters To Non-Profits, Too

For-profit businesses clearly are tuned into the social media-sentiment analysis trend, to stay abreast of how their brand, services or products are perceived. But are non-profits equally as concerned? The answer seems to be yes, and not just when it comes to social media but across all paths of constituent engagement. At this week’s Sentiment…

Ring In A New Year For the Semantic Web

    Out with the old, in with the new. We’ve covered (here and here) the year past for the semantic web. So now let’s see what might be in store for the year ahead. Also, don’t forget to listen to our podcast here for more insights into what 2012 may hold. Interest in sentiment…

Semantic Tech in 2011: The Year's Misses and Missteps

We recently rounded up some thought leaders’ perspectives on the big semantic trends of 2011 – most (if not all) of them positive. Here’s some further perspective about where hopes and expectations fell a little short of reality: The biggest lost possibility was not rethinking the whole RDF stack. Instead of actually reducing complexity, it…