An “Introduction to Linked Data & the Semantic Web” MOOC
On Apr 11th the University of Southampton started a new MOOC called “Introduction to Linked Data and the Semantic Web”. The MOOC is free to attend, and certific
Back in February we had a webinar on the topic of “Choosing the right graph database for your project”. The purpose of the webinar was to:
Outline typical advantages of graph databases (and semantic graph databases in par
Outside the tables there lie another paths which enable managing highly connected data, working with complex queries and having readily available relationships, without the need to express them explicitly. These are the paths of a graph database.
With the advancements in computing technologies and the increasing processing power of machines, the necessity to shoehorn data into predefined structures is being gradually replaced by the ability to build models that can accommo
The Self-Service Semantic Suite
The Self-Service Semantic Suite (S4) by Ontotext provides a platform for on-demand Smart Data management. With S4 developers get instant access to services for text analytics, knowledge graphs and
Faster Smart Data Prototyping with the Self-Service Semantic Suite (S4)
We are happy to announce that since Dec 1st we’ve increased the free tier for the semantic graph database-as-a-service (DBaaS) to 10 million triples!
The NYC Semantic Web Meetup
Last week the NYC Semantic Web Meetup took place at the Google Research offices in NYC. This is one of the biggest Semantic Web related meetups, with more than 1,700 members. Last meetup was organized
We’ve been quite busy in the last few weeks with various updates and improvements related to the RDF graph database-as-a-service (DBaaS) on the S4 platform.
As of the beginning of November, customers can use the latest Grap
Cloud2Days is part of the joint Java2Days / Mobile2Days / Cloud2Days conference to take place on Nov 2-4 2015 in Sofia, Bulgaria. The conference will highlight the cutting edge technologies in the fields of Mobile, Cloud and Java
Last week I had a chance to present the Self Service Semantic Suite (S4) at the LT-Accelerate conference in Brussels. LT-Accelerate is a new event focusing on language technology and its applications in various domains: social med