Cognonto Takes On Knowledge-Based Artificial Intelligence

Knowledge-based Artificial Intelligence. That’s the direction taken by startup Cognonto, co-founded by Michael Bergman, a man whose history in the AI, Machine Learning, Semantic technologies, Internet search and data arenas goes back a long way. That includes his additional duties as CEO of Structured Dynamics, birthplace of UMBEL (Upper-level Mapping and Binding Exchange Layer), a […]

PoolParty Releases Enhanced Version of its Semantic Middleware

by Angela Guess A new press release out of the company reports, “PoolParty Semantic Suite is now including improved machine learning capabilities to support most critical knowledge engineering tasks. PoolParty 5.5 now represents a complete stack of standards-based technologies to be used as an enterprise middleware for cognitive computing platforms, according to Andreas Blumauer, PoolParty […]

ezDI Inc Launches Clinical Documentation Improvement Platform “ezCDI”

by Angela Guess A new release out of ezDI Inc. reports, “Built with advanced Natural Language Processing capabilities that includes Computational Linguistics, Semantic Web and Machine Learning, ezCDI transforms CDI workflows into an automated, real-time, collaborative and effective Revenue Cycle solution. ezCDI analyzes digitized healthcare data to identify documentation gaps and makes it easily available […]

A Brief History of Semantics

Generally speaking, Semantics is the study of language and its meaning. As a word, Semantics was first used by Michel Bréal, a French philologist in 1883, and can be used to describe how words can have different meanings for different people, due to their experiential and emotional backgrounds. A language can be a natural language, […]

A Semantic Web Primer

by Angela Guess Mark Graham recently wrote in Slate, “In the early days of the Web, content was stuck within its containers. Early Web pages built in HTML defined both their own content and their appearance. But things started to change after Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the Web, along with two colleagues, James Hendler […]

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