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The Financial Times Builds Up Its Semantic Publishing Infrastructure

By   /  December 18, 2014  /  Uncategorized  /  No Comments

by Jennifer Zaino The former lead architect at the BBC who handled its semantic publishing projects, such as its FIFA World Cup 2010, 2012 Olympics and redesigned BBC Sports Site, today is building up the semantic infrastructure at another media might, The Financial Times Jem Rayfield, who holds the title Head of Solution Architecture Technology […]

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News from SemTech: Starting Strong

By   /  June 7, 2011  /  Big Data Conferences, Big Data News, Articles, & Education, Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Education Resources For Use & Management of Data, Smart Data Conferences, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education, Smart Data Slide Presentations  /  No Comments

The web is ablaze with chatter from this week’s Semantic Technology Conference.

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Looking Ahead to SemTech

By   /  May 31, 2011  /  Big Data Conferences, Big Data News, Articles, & Education, Conference and Webinar Communities, Data Conference Communities - Learn, Share, Review, Data Education, Smart Data Conference Community, Smart Data Conferences, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

On Saturday, I once again board a plane from London to San Francisco; the first of two trips to the city in June, and my fourth (or possibly fifth?) time attending the Semantic Technology Conference. The conference itself is in its seventh year, and now seems settled into its San Francisco home after a number […]

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BBC Introduces Channelography

By   /  May 26, 2011  /  Big Data Conferences, Big Data News, Articles, & Education, Data Education, Smart Data Conferences, Smart Data News, Articles, & Education  /  No Comments

“Channelography is based on captions of close to 170,000 pieces of programming shown across the BBC’s nine U.K.-wide TV networks, which can be searched for close to 100,000 data entities.”

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