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New Machine Learning Service Introduced by Amazon Cloud

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by Angela Guess Jack Clark recently wrote for Bloomberg Business, “Websites are set to get smarter after Amazon.com Inc.’s cloud division added an artificial intelligence service that lets people add predictive and analytical capabilities to their applications. Andy Jassy, the head of the Amazon Web Services business, on Thursday announced the Amazon Machine Learning service.…

Nara Neural Networking Dining Personalization Service Goes Mobile, Adds Cities, And Targets New Categories With Partners

Early in the summer, The Semantic Web Blog introduced readers to Nara, an advanced neural networking service to automate, personalize and curate web dining experiences for users. (See that story here.) The service is moving ahead with the launch today of its mobile version, as well as in other respects. “We’re now doing a full-on…

SindiceTech Helps Enterprises Build Private Linked Data Clouds

Last week The Semantic Web Blog covered the launch of the SindiceTech Assisted SPARQL Editor as an open source project, noting that SparQLed also is part of SindiceTech’s commercial suite for large enterprises building private linked data clouds. This week, we’ll dive a little deeper into SindiceTech and its progress since the founders of the…

3RoundStones Execs Discuss SemTech Start-Up Winner Callimachus Enterprise — And The Drive To A Semantic Web Ecosystem

 As the Semantic Web Blog recently noted, 3RoundStones’ Callimachus Enterprise emerged as the winner of the Top Semantic Technology Start-up competition that was held at the Semantic Tech & Business Conference (#SemTechBiz) in San Francisco a few weeks ago. The commercially supported Linked Data Management system, now being piloted by eight companies, will this summer…

Where To Eat? Let Neural Network Computing Help You Decide

Dollars to donuts most folks haven’t ever found a place to eat courtesy of neural networking technology before. Generally, Internet searches for spots to have a bite come courtesy of friends’ Facebook recommendations, services like Yelp, and even some semantically-powered offerings such as BooRah, now an Intuit company. But the collection of neuroscientists, computer scientists,…

Gooey Search: Can Google Searches Be Smarter?

Facebook IPO not panning out for you? Well, there are other opportunities out there where you can get in on the ground floor for a lot less. Take a Kickstarter project dubbed Gooey Search – it’s trying to get funding of at least $125,000 by June 8 for its consumer-facing technology, based on latent semantic…