Tag Archive for semantic intelligence

Upcoming Hackathon at Cornell Showcases Smart Search

Debra Eichten of the Cornell Chronicle recently wrote, “At the Big Red//Hacks event Sept. 26-28 – billed as the first student-run, large-scale hackathon at Cornell University – participants will have access to a semantic intelligence application program interfaceAPI, the core technology for a new startup, Speare.”

Myths About Classification: Computers do not Think, They Compute

Guest post by by Bryan Bell, VP of Enterprise Solutions, Expert System As companies around the world strive to find better options to manage the inflow of unstructured information, they often turn to classification systems to organize the chaos. Classification systems give structure to massive volumes of information, with the overriding goal of increasing discoverability.…