Tag Archive for Thomson Reuters

Tamr On Mission To Curate And Connect Data

Make it as easy to add and connect new data sources into the enterprise analytics infrastructure as it is to add a new web site onto the modern web. That’s where next-gen data curation company Tamr, a startup born from an MIT research project to bring together lots of tabular data sources in a scalable…

Thomson Reuters Is Incorporating Sentiment Analysis Gained from Twitter

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by Angela Guess Ingrid Lunden of Tech Crunch reports, “Twitter bases the majority of its revenue on advertising in and around its main content river, but a new service from Thomson Reuters points to how it also continues to build up its position as a big-data provider to different vertical sectors. Thomson Reuters is now incorporating sentiment analysis gained from…

NoSQL Job of the Day: Senior Software Engineer

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by Angela Guess Thomson Reuters is looking for a Senior Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA. According to the post, “This is a development position focused in our portfolio analytics space. It’s a hands-on technical role that will design, and develop our portfolio analytics services. This project is focused on taking our portfolio analytics system…

Semantic Tech Turns Up Biomarkers And Phenotypes, Avoids Dead Ends And Higher Costs

Dr. Carlo Trugenberger, co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer at InfoCodex Semantic Technologies AG, has co-authored a report reflecting the topic he discussed at last fall’s London SemTech event: An approach to drug research that relies on identifying relevant biochemical information using the company’s autonomous self-organizing semantic engines to text mine large repositories of biomedical research…

Selling MDM to the CXO: Thomson Reuters’ Take

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by Angela Guess Gopal Kishore of Computer World India reports, “Nallan Sriraman, principal architect and head of India Operations–MIS, Thomson Reuters, spoke about the big data journey his organization made over the course of 3 years before investing in Customer Master.” Kishore begins, “Thomson Reuters, with its 60,000 employees across more than 100 countries and…