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Wit.ai Offers Siri-Like Natural Language Processing in an API

By   /  October 16, 2014  /  Uncategorized  /  No Comments

Kia Kokalitcheva of VentureBeat reports, “A few years ago, when Apple added Siri to the iPhone, talking to inanimate objects with batteries to make them do stuff was pretty novel.”

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It’s Time for Developers to Take Linked Data Seriously

By   /  October 1, 2014  /  Data Education, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

Candice McMillan of Programmable Web reports, “If you aren’t familiar with linked data or the Semantic Web, it’s probably a good time to get better acquainted with the concepts.”

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Word To Developers: Power Your Apps With Data And Insights

By   /  September 10, 2014  /  Business Intelligence News, Articles, & Education, Data Education, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

by Jennifer Zaino Apigee wants the development community to be able to seamlessly take advantage of predictive analytics in their applications. “One of the biggest things we want to ensure is that the development community gets comfortable with powering their apps with data and insights,” says Anant Jhingran, Apigee’s VP of products and formerly CTO […]

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PredictionIO Raises $2.5M for Open Source Machine Learning Platform

By   /  July 25, 2014  /  Data Daily | Data News, Data Education, Smart Data News, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

Christopher Tozzi of The VAR Guy reports, “PredictionIO, the open source machine learning platform, has received a big boost with the announcement of $2.5 million in seed funding, which it plans to use to make its automated data interpretation and prediction platform widely available to open source developers.”

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IBM Beefs Up Bluemix Platform-as-a-Service

By   /  June 3, 2014  /  Big Data News, Big Data News, Articles, & Education, Data Daily | Data News, Data Education  /  No Comments

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by Angela Guess Charles Babcock of Information Week reports, “IBM is beefing up its Bluemix platform-as-a-service, relying on decades of software development expertise in an attempt to muscle into this developer-oriented form of cloud computing. If it can attract more developers to its SoftLayer unit, then it’s likely to find more enterprise applications deployed on that […]

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New Seevl API Lets Developers Add Music and Artist Data to Apps

By   /  April 10, 2014  /  Data Education, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

Steve O’Hear of TechCrunch reports, “Dublin-based Seevl has released an API for developers to let them easily add music recommendations and artist data to their apps.”

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Microsoft Talks Up What It’s Calling The First Truly Virtual Personal Assistant

By   /  April 3, 2014  /  Data Education, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

by Jennifer Zaino As The Semantic Web Blog discussed yesterday here, the Virtual Personal Assistant is getting more personal. Microsoft officially unveiled Cortana as part of the Windows Phone 8.1 smartphone software at its Build event yesterday, and the service effectively replaces the search function on Windows smartphones, both for the Internet and locally. This […]

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Canada Looks to Developers to Push Open Data

By   /  January 27, 2014  /  Data Daily | Data News, Data Education, Smart Data News, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

Gillian Shaw of the Vancouver Sun reports, “Canada’s federal government has an abundance of data, and is asking Canadian software programmers and innovators to figure out how to best use it.”

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Is NoSQL to Blame for Healthcare.gov? Nope

By   /  November 27, 2013  /  Data Daily | Data News, Data Education, NoSQL News, NoSQL News, Articles, & Education  /  1 Comment

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by Angela Guess Matt Asay of ReadWrite recently wrote, “Recently NoSQL database vendor MarkLogic has been taking bullets over its alleged role in Healthcare.gov’s many technical problems. Some have gone so far as to argue that NoSQL databases, in general, are faulty because of the Healthcare.gov debacle. This is stupid. MarkLogic is a fine database. While not perfect, it’s silly […]

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