Semantic Web News & Articles
| Tuesday Nov 30, 2010
In only two years, the Interactive Knowledge Stack (IKS) (news, site) project has released its first working demo of a semantic knowledge engine and is making quite a stir, as early adopters begin integrating it into their content management software. Recent events have also seen part of the results acceptance as an Apache incubator projected named Stanbol. Here's an update.
| Thursday Oct 28, 2010
If you think RDFa and the semantic web is only for geeks, it's time to take a second look. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is advancing the standards for tomorrow's Internet and web content management vendors are getting on-board. The result is going to be a smarter, more findable Web.
| Thursday Oct 14, 2010
In one Ignite Chicago panel, Day’s own scientists and experts gathered to address any possible question about Day, JCR, CQ5, CRX and open development coming from the audience starving for answers. Here’s the scoop.
| Wednesday Sep 22, 2010
For some search engines, it’s about recovery, not discovery. But for Sophia, provider of enterprise search products and software, discovery is a priority.
| Friday Sep 10, 2010
With the release of v3.5 of its semantic web content management system, Norwegian-based Webnodes has continued the development of its semantic web engine, this time with improvements to the semantic definitions module that enables a user to define semantic ontologies.
| Wednesday Jul 21, 2010
Fans of the OpenPublish (news, site) packaged Drupal (news, site) distribution aimed at publishers will be pleased to know that creator Phase 2 Technology has some interesting updates coming, and big plans to complete before the next Drupalcon.
| Tuesday Jul 13, 2010
Last year Google's Rich Snippets launch initiated a big semantic web push. The snippets enable website managers to show richer search results, making it easier to determine content within a particular page before you've even visited it. The initiative was reviewed at this year's Semantic Technology Conference in San Francisco, revealing usage statistics that will likely influence the future of Google Search.
| Friday Jun 25, 2010
The rumors are true! Facebook is wading in the search engine pool. That is, the platform is now plugging open graph-enabled pages into Facebook search results.
| Monday Jun 14, 2010
In one week in April, with three events in one city, the Web took a leap towards a new future -- a semantic future. The Semantic Technology conference next week will show information professionals just how to take hold of this future.
| Friday Jun 11, 2010
The next time those in the academic world suggest any miscommunication is an issue of semantics, they might not be wrong.
Elsevier, the publisher of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, has acquired Collexis, a developer of semantic technology and knowledge discovery software.
| Thursday May 20, 2010
What happens when you put four industry luminaries and a good moderator in one room? The room gets packed with people, who came to see the analysts fight over the hottest industry issues. And this is exactly what happened at the Gilbane Conference in San Francisco.
| Wednesday Apr 21, 2010
Acquia, the commercial company founded by Drupal (news, site) project lead Dries Buytaert, and Phase2 Technology have joined forces around the OpenPublish (news, site) content publishing platform. OpenPublish combines the open source Drupal Web CMS framework with OpenCalais (news, site), a free semantic web metadata service provided by Thomson Reuters.
| Thursday Apr 8, 2010
Open Text (news, site) is starting to reveal its plans in regards to the recently closed deal on Nstein Technologies. Just as we thought, the first bets are on Nstein’s Text Mining Engine (TME) -- now known as Open Text Content Analytics -- and its integration with the entire Open Text Enterprise CMS Suite.
| Tuesday Mar 30, 2010
Think of all the times you’ve searched Google. Are you searching for information or for knowledge? If you’re not sure of the difference, meet Yebol, a semantic search engine that can teach you a thing or two about search.
| Friday Mar 19, 2010
Yet another creature has crawled out of the muck that is the mad scientist home of Google Labs (news, site). This one's intent on helping you visualize and explore publicly-available data.