Tag Archive for Ontology

Symplectic Takes Another Step In Helping Universities Engage In Research Collaboration And Discovery

by Jennifer Zaino This summer, Symplectic Limited become the first DuraSpace Registered Service Provider (RSP) for the VIVO Project, an open-source, open-ontology, open-process platform for hosting semantically structured information about the interests, activities and accomplishments of scientists and scholars. (See our coverage here.) “Universities want to capture all that their researchers do, collaborate and reuse the data the…

Semantic Technology Job: Director of Taxonomy & Info Architecture

KForce (a recruiter) is looking for a director of taxonomy and information architecture. The job duties include: “Oversee ongoing enhancement of our information architecture and the schema, including taxonomy / ontology development. Manage, train, mentor, and recruit a growing team of analysts and QA specialists. Manage multi-stage QA process for verifying the integrity of data…

Semantic Technology Job: Lead BA – Detroit

Netlink is seeking a Lead BA. The position description includes: Preferred Candidate Profile: • Ability to use tools and technologies for gathering requirements, should have good hands on experience in object model. • Excellent knowledge in BPM, UML, OO Concepts and different modelling techniques. • Ability to write effective test cases: -OOAD, RUP, UML, Class…

eXframe Platform Demos Power Of The Semantic Web For Biology

by Jennifer Zaino A Drupal ++ platform for semantic web biomedical data – that’s how Sudeshna Das describes eXframe, a reusable framework for creating online repositories of genomics experiments. Das – who among other titles is affiliate faculty of the Harvard Stem Cell Institute – is one of the developers of eXframe, which leverages Stéphane Corlosquet’s…

New Schema.org Extension Proposal for the Automotive Industry

There is no doubt about it: Schema.org is a big success. It has motivated hundreds of thousands of Web site owners to add structured data markup to their HTML templates and brought the idea of exchanging structured data over the WWW from the labs and prototypes to real business. Unfortunately, the support for information about…

Cognitive Computing And Semantic Technology: When Worlds Connect

by Jennifer Zaino In mid-July Dataversity.net, the sister site of The Semantic Web Blog, hosted a webinar on Understanding The World of Cognitive Computing. Semantic technology naturally came up during the session, which was moderated by Steve Ardire, an advisor to cognitive computing, artificial intelligence, and machine learning startups. You can find a recording of…

Alta Plana Takes The Pulse Of Text Analytics

by Jennifer Zaino Seth Grimes, president and principal consultant of Alta Plana Corp. and founding chair of the Sentiment Analysis Symposium, has put together a thorough new report, Text Analytics 2014: User Perspectives on Solutions and Providers. Among the interesting findings of the report is that “growth in text analytics, as a vendor market category,…

Cognitum Points To Use Cases For Semantic Knowledge Engineering

by Jennifer Zaino Cognitum’s year got off to a good start, with an investment from the Giza Polish Ventures Fund, and it plans to apply some of that funding to building its sales and development teams, demonstrating the approaches to and benefits of semantic knowledge engineering, and focusing on big implementations for recognizable customers. The…