DATAVERSITY Education, LLC announced the agenda and opened registration for the company’s newest online conference, Smart Data Online (SDO). The event will be held online at smartdataweek.com on July 13th, 2016 from 8:00 am to 2:20 pm Pacific Time. Registration is free and attendees will receive access to the on demand recordings, slides, and materials […]
If you have ever used eBay, Amazon or some other big retailer to shop online you are familiar with typing in a search description such as “Women’s Flip Flops” Or “Men’s Neck Ties” and seeing a sleuth of search results. Then you select or deselect options and your search results get narrower and narrower. You […]
Do you use Siri on your iPhone, Amazon Echo or the automated voice response system to check your account balances? Have you seen the Nationwide commercial “Impersonal” that shows a customer speaking into his smartphone microphone the word “representative” to be connected to a customer service representative. The automated system does not recognize his request. […]
by Angela Guess Ofer Shoshan of Beta News recently wrote, “Anyone who has tried to read a Google Translated article knows that machine translations still don’t entirely get things like context, colloquial and nuance. This hysterical rendition of the hit song ‘Let It Go’ — where the lyrics were Google Translated into another language and […]
At the Semantic Web Business and Technology Conference in San Francisco in 2011, a company called Pragmatech presented a prototype of its CTRL semantic engine. Now, a little more than a year later, it’s launching products and services, as well as an API, for business and general public use. The Daily Star, an English language […]
Back in March, The Semantic Web Blog wrote an article about FIBO, the Financial Industry Business Ontology that’s on its way to being an Object Management Group series of standards. There, we explored its value as an open semantic standard that can be used by financial institutions and industry regulators, both to support conformance to […]
If there’s one thing the Semantic Web arena is full of, it is start-ups. In fact, the slew of creative and innovative ideas out there coming from young companies is one of the reasons for the first Start-Up Competition to be held at the Semantic Tech & Business conference in San Francisco this June. If […]
Today, Experian, the global information services company, announced that it has acquired Garlik Limited, a provider of web monitoring services based in the United Kingdom. Garlik uses Semantic Web Technologies to help consumers protect themselves from the risks of identity theft and financial fraud. At the last SemTechBiz UK Conference, Steve Harris, CTO of Garlik, presented […]
David Read recently shared his reflections on the Semantic Technology and Business Conference in Washington DC earlier this month (the next SemTechBiz conference will be held in Berlin in February).
In less than two weeks SemTechBiz DC will arrive at the Kellogg Conference Hotel in Washington, DC.