Posts Tagged ‘Semantic Web’

Sitecore as a Semantic Content Management System

Lately there has been no shortage of great discussions in the groups I associate with on LinkedIn. The one that caught my eye for this blog was a discussion post in LinkedIn’s Semantic Technologies Group -> https://www.linkedin.com/groups/What-CMS-would-you-recommend-138726.S.5797983861472251904 So it starts with a simple question –“What CMS would you recommend?” in the context of being a […]

Helping Data Scientists Navigate Big Data with the Semantic Web

The term “Big Data” is being thrown around a lot lately, but what is it, and what makes “Big Data” different from the other data that wework with in the healthcare industry? Big Data is differentiated by its volume, velocity, and variety. The last point, variety, deals not only with the wide variety of formats […]

Lotusphere Keynote with Tim Berners Lee, Watson, and Others

So during the keynote this morning they spoke about how Wastson works and how it might have real life applications.  To kick off, the speaker noted how Watson works Understands natural language and human speach Generate probabilities on the correct answers Learns as it goes All this is built on a massively parallel architecture optimized […]

Liferay 6 will introduce semantic tagging

I was reading through the news in Liferay’s blog and found they had put out a blog on new functionality they have in Liferay 6. The Semantic Web is an evolving development of the World Wide Web in which the meaning (that is, semantics) of information and services on the web is defined, making it […]