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Press Release: Semantic Technology and Business Conference Announces Late Breaking News, Updates, and Changes to the Conference Program

Semantic Technology and Business Conference Announces Late Breaking News, Updates, and Changes to the Conference Program San Jose, CA – Today DATAVERSITY™ Education, LLC, and SemanticWeb.com announced the addition of several special programs to the agenda for the tenth annual Semantic Technology & Business Conference (SemTechBiz). To view the updated and complete three-day agenda or […]

How to Build Your Own Knowledge Graph (Video – Part 1)

by Eric Franzon Straight out of Google I/O this week, came some interesting announcements related to Semantic Web technologies and Linked Data. Included in the mix was a cool instructional video series about how to “Build a Small Knowledge Graph.” Part 1 was presented by Jarek Wilkiewicz, Knowledge Developer Advocate at Google (and SemTechBiz speaker). Wilkiewicz […]

DATAVERSITY and SemanticWeb.com Launch Cognitive Computing Forum

by Eric Franzon DATAVERSITY™ and SemanticWeb.com have announced the first Cognitive Computing Forum in San Jose, California, on August 20-21, 2014. This two-day conference was developed to help attendees understand the new world of Cognitive Analytics, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Reasoning and next generation Artificial Intelligence. Visit www.cognitivecomputingforum.com to view speakers, the agenda, registration options, and to learn […]

Schema.org Introduces Concept of Role

by Eric Franzon In a post yesterday at the official schema.org blog, Vicki Tardif Holland (Google) and Jason Johnson (Microsoft) have announced that schema.org has created a way to more richly describe relationships between entities in structured markup. The addition of the “Role” schema allows for the description of more complex relationships than were previously […]

New schema.org Technical Brief Available from LRMI and Cetis

by Eric Franzon The Learning Resource Metadata Initiative (LRMI) has released a technical briefing about schema.org. The paper was co-authored by Phil Barker and Lorna M. Campbell of Cetis, the Centre for Educational Technology, Interoperability and Standards. LRMI, which we have reported on here, “has developed a common metadata framework for describing or ‘tagging’ learning […]

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