Tag Archive for discovery

Big Data + Math = Unlimited Possibility

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by Angela Guess Narinder Singh of Appirio recently wrote in Venture Beat, “It’s often said that mathematics is the universal language. It represents ideas and pure logic, crossing every domain from business to social and physical sciences, and even art. Yet with the advent of more and more (big) data, we have not fully used the…

Sem Tech Solution For Materials Design And Development Wins Small Business Innovation Research Grant

by Jennifer Zaino A Small Business Innovation Research grant, sponsored by the U.S. Air Force through the Office of the Secretary of Defense, has gone to a semantic technology solution for materials design and development. The project is aligned with the Materials Genome Initiative  that’s targeted to accelerate the pace of discovery and deployment of…

Exploring Walled Gardens: Why NoSQL is Better for Discovery

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by Angela Guess John L. Myers of Information Management recently explored why NoSQL is so good at information discovery: “I like to give the example of the walled garden.  A walled garden can be a very small and confined place such as a building courtyard.  A walled garden can be a very large and expansive place such…

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…

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,…

Liner Notes for YouTube – Seevl Plugin

Seevl, the music discovery service built on Semantic Technology that I wrote about a few months ago, has released a significant update to their plugin for YouTube. The plugin is still only available for the Google Chrome browser, but other browser plugins are in the works. You can grab the Chrome plugin here. Once the…

Helpful Tips for Data Governance

by Angela Guess A recent article provides some helpful tips for implementing and maintaining a solid data governance program: “Businesses face challenges when implementing sound policies for dealing with their unstructured data, an ever-present thorn in the side of most enterprises today. It is estimated that more than 80 percent of enterprise data is in…