by Angela Guess According to a recent press release, “Dimebox, a global payment technology provider, announced the release of a new user interface (UI) for their white-label software platform, featuring GPU-powered data visualization capabilities. With this release, users can interactively explore billions of data records, without sacrificing performance. Dimebox is the first payments platform to […]
Mari Silbey of Light Reading recently wrote, “Pay-TV companies are investing heaps of money in new user interfaces (UIs). But, according to a new study sponsored by semantic technology company Veveo, more than 85 percent of customers still can’t find anything to watch, at least some of the time.”
This year was the 5th version of the Linked Data on the Web Workshop co-located at the World Wide Web Conference going on in Lyon, France. At this workshop, seven issues caught my attention: 1) Media: Yunja Li presented on Synote: Weaving Media Fragments and Linked Data. This is interesting for those who not only […]
NOTE: This post is provided by guest author, Mr. Dennis E. Wisnosky, Chief Technical Officer and Chief Architect, Business Mission Area, U.S. Department of Defense. Dennis will be delivering a Special Presentation, “The Enterprise Information Web: Analytics, Efficiency and Security” at the June SemTechBiz Conference. Semantic Technology brings a number of unique capabilities to data […]
At the recent SemTech Berlin conference, husband-and-wife team Michael Trevor McDonald and Kim Chandler McDonald, CTO and Executive VP, respectively, of KimmiC, led a session that discussed a marriage of a different sort: that between the Semantic Web and the user interface. The session was described as providing the audience insight into the benefits of […]
Kevin Fitchard recently asked the question, “Is Google scared of Siri? Is Yelp?”
Mike Bergman recently shared some helpful information regarding ontology-driven apps.
Basis Technology is searching for a Software Architect in Cambridge, MA.
SemanticWeb.com is pleased to announce that we are sponsoring a Web Mining Hack Day, Saturday, June 25, 2011 in Palo Alto, California. More details below after the jump. Hosted by AOL, and organized by Diffbot and StartX (the Stanford University incubator), the Hack Day promises to be a great opportunity for back-end coders and UI/UX […]
If you missed last week’s excellent discussion with Bart van Leeuwen and Adrian Gschwend of netlabs.org, the recorded webcast is now available. In this webcast, Adrian and Bart talk about the exciting work they are doing using Semantic Technology to help fire fighters get to incidents faster. NOTE: This webcast is presented here in three […]