Tag Archive for Semantic Technology & Business COnference

You Can Take An Active Role In Schema.Org

by Jennifer Zaino Have you wanted to get involved in the schema.org project? Your contribution to the collaborative effort driven by Bing, Google, Yahoo and Yandex for a shared markup vocabulary for web pages is more than welcome. As Dan Brickley, who is developer advocate at Google, noted during his presentation about schema.org’s progress to…

The Semantic Web’s Rocking, And There Ain’t No Stopping It Now

by Jennifer Zaino Make no mistake about it: The semantic web has been a success and that’s not about to stop now. That was essentially the message delivered by W3C Data Activity Lead Phil Archer, during his keynote address celebrating the semantic web’s ten years of achievement at last month’s Semantic Technology & Business Conference…

New Opps For Libraries And Vendors Open Up In BIBFRAME Transition

by Jennifer Zaino Opportunities are opening up in the library sector, both for the institutions themselves and providers whose solutions and services can expand in that direction. These vistas will be explored in a session hosted by Kevin Ford, digital project coordinator at the Library of Congress at next week’s Semantic Technology & Business conference…

Drupal Deepens Semantic Web Ties

by Jennifer Zaino Among the mainstream content management systems, you could make the case that Drupal was the first open source semantic CMS out there. At next week’s Semantic Technology and Business Conference, software engineer Stéphane Corlosquet of Acquia, which provides enterprise-level services around Drupal, and Bock & Co. principal Geoffrey Bock will discuss in…

SPARQL And NoSQL: A Match On Many Levels

by Jennifer Zaino Is SPARQL the SQL for NoSQL? The question will be discussed at this month’s Semantic Technology & Business Conference in San Jose by Arthur Keen, vp of solution architecture of startup SPARQL City. It’s not the first time that the industry has considered common database query languages for NoSQL (see this story at…

Semantically Aligned Design Principles At Core of Australian Electronic Health Records Platform

by Jennifer Zaino At the upcoming Semantic Technology & Business Conference in San Jose, Dr. Terry Roach, principal of  CAPSICUM Business Architects, and Dr. Dean Allemang, principal consultant at Working Ontologist, will host a session on A Semantic Model for an Electronic Health Record (EHR). It will focus on Australia’s electronic-Health-As-A-Service  (eHaas) national platform for…

Early Bird Registration Rates Expire Today (Friday) for Semantic Technology & Business Conference

[Updated July 18, 2014 11:20 am] The 10th Annual Semantic Technology & Business Conference will take place August 19-21, 2014 in San Jose, California, and early (read: discounted) pricing expires Friday, July 18. This is your opportunity to get the best price on this, the leading conference on business and practical applications of Semantic Technologies.…

Enterprise Search Doesn’t Have To Stink

by Jennifer Zaino There’s one thing that Tom Reamy, chief knowledge architect at KAPS Group, says is a continual refrain among enterprise business users: Search sucks. IT regularly attempts to make things better by buying new search engines and for awhile, everything’s good – until content grows and things start to go downhill again. Enterprise…

Get Your Big, Linked, Smart Data eBook

Attendees at the Semantic Technology & Business Conference in NYC earlier this month got first-access to Big, Linked, Smart Data, an eBook of selections from The Semantic Web Blog. It’s built on the KEeReader, a browser-based e-reading platform that brings the ability to identify concepts, entities and relationships within content and allow users to interact…