Tag Archive for Amazon

Opinion: Nova Spivack on a New Era in Semantic Web History

[Editor’s Note: Thanks to Nova Spivack for this guest post. Nova is a frequent speaker and blogger as well as CEO of Bottlenose, which uses big data mining to discover emerging trends for large brands and enterprises. More about Nova can be found on his website.] 2014 was the end of an era in Semantic…

What’s Next In Knowledge-Driven Finance?

by Jennifer Zaino Next week in the U. K. members of the financial industry will be coming together at The Universal Strategy: Knowledge-Driven Finance Event, hosted by semantic technology vendor Ontotext. The event, says independent consultant in semantics and event organizer Jarred McGinnis, is aimed at giving participants “a snout to tail view of semantics…

Amazon Ups Its NoSQL Game

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by Angela Guess Derrick Harris of GigaOM recently wrote, “Amazon Web Services (AWS) is stepping up its presence in the NoSQL database market, and the competition with MongoDB, by adding support for JSON documents to its already-popular DynamoDB service. JSON is the preferred format for data generated by many web applications and other situations where…

Clarabridge Goes Straight To The Customers’ Mouth To Analyze Call Center Interactions

by Jennifer Zaino Customer experience management vendor Clarabridge wants to bring the first-person narrative from call center interactions to life for marketing analysts, customer care managers, call center leaders and other customer-focused enterprise execs. With its just released Clarabridge Speech, it now brings via the cloud a solution that integrates Voci Technologies’ speech recognition smarts…

Semantic Web Job: Software Development Engineer

Amazon Web Services is looking for a Software Development Engineer. The job description states, “Every day customers are moving complex workloads and applications to harness the power, availability, and scalability of Amazon Web Services (AWS). Being very customer focused, AWS wants to provide as friction-less a migration path to AWS as possible, to that end…