by Angela Guess David McCabe recently wrote for The Hill, “German Chancellor Angela Merkel told some of the country’s business leaders on Tuesday that they shouldn’t fear the rise of big data. There are persistent concerns in the country over government surveillance and the way that data could be used to spy on citizens. But […]
9News recently reported, “A computer-based music analysis engine, which should automatically recognise and classify music genres worldwide, is under development in Germany.”
David Meyer of GigaOM reports, “Amazon has announced the launch of a new development center for cloud technologies in Germany, with locations in both Berlin and Dresden.”
The Semantic Technology and Business Conference (#SemTechBiz) in Berlin, Germany, is just around the corner, but it’s still not too late to register!
A late addition has been made to the agenda for the Semantic Technology and Business Conference (#SemTechBiz) in Berlin, Germany.
One session that is sure to garner big crowds at #SemTechBiz Berlin is the keynote panel, Semantics in the Automotive Industry.
The Semantic Technology and Business Conference is headed to Berlin, Germany, in 2012 for the very first time.
Wikimedia Germany has multiple openings for semantic web professionals in Berlin, Germany.
The Institute for Web Science and Technologies (WeST) is looking for Researchers as well as a Managing Director at the University of Koblenz in Germany.
Axonic Informationssysteme GmbH of Germany has released click.to Twick.it, a free service that “provides short, fast, and under 140 character long explanations which everyone can understand.”