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Live Online Training: Meet The Ontotext Experts

Live Online Training 4: Designing Semantic Technology Proof-of-Concept

You are confused about how Semantic Technology provides value to a business case? Not sure about the utility of a graph database? This live online training teaches you how to load, transform, query and link your data, and develop a small Proof-of-Concept to demonstrate the power of Semantic Technology and GraphDB for a specific use case.

Live Online Training: What is a Successful Semantic Technology Proof-of-Concept

Live Online Training 4: Designing Semantic Technology Proof-of-Concept

You are confused about how Semantic Technology provides value to a business case? Not sure about the utility of a graph database? This live online training teaches you how to load, transform, query and link your data, and develop a small Proof-of-Concept to demonstrate the power of Semantic Technology and GraphDB for a specific use case.

Live Online Training: What You Will Learn

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Live online training meant to teach you how to develop a small Proof-of-Concept that utilizes the power of Semantic Technology and GraphDB.

Fighting Fake News: Ontotext’s Role in EU-Funded Pheme Project

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Before ‘fake news’ became the latest buzzword, in January 2014 Ontotext started working on Project PHEME – ‘Computing Veracity Across Media, Languages, and Social Networks’ alongside eight other partners. The EU-funded project aimed at creating a computational framework for automatic discovery and verification of information at scale and fast.

Semantic Technology: The Future of Independent Investment Research

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While the biggest investment banks will be trying to put a price tag on their research services and will seek, as always, to maximize profits, independent research firms are using cutting-edge technologies to stand out from the crowd, add value to research pieces, and efficiently parse and monetize the content they offer.

Linked Leaks: A Smart Dive into Analyzing the Panama Papers

Ever since the Panama Papers news story broke in early April, people have been curious to know what names come out and how they are connected with other companies and shareholders. However, releasing the massive of 2.6TB of data could be a challenge for data enthusiasts and investigative journalists to effectively search and explore the Panama Papers data. That’s how Linked Leaks was born.

Journalism in the Age of Open Data

Journalism in the Age of Open Data

Open Data has the potential to enrich the sources for journalists and give the stories they tell new perspectives. Journalism, in turn, filters open data to discover new angles to topics and tell richer stories to the audience. However, to turn data into meaning, we need context. Semantic technology provides that context allowing media organizations to extract better insights and ultimately improve story telling capabilities.

Semantic Search: The Paradigm Shift from Results to Relationships

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“Sorry, no content matched your criteria” is probably one of the most frustrating messages we can get after a search in the times when more and more of the world’s information is supposed to be at our fingertips, seeming

Open Data Use Cases In Five Cities

Open Data Use Cases Five Cities

If physicians in Victorian England had access to open data, they would have probably saved many more lives than they did. Fortunately, today we have huge sets of open data waiting to be further explored. London, Chicago, New York, Amsterdam and Sofia are just five examples of how cities deal with open data and extract social and business value from databases. Greater London Authority’s ‘London DataStore’ hosts more than 500 datasets.

Practical Big Data Analytics For Financials

Putting Big Data Analytics into Finance Practice

The financial services industry has had to weather quite a few headwinds since the 2008 global crisis took its toll on the sector. Using big data to improve risk management, detect fraud and track consumer behaviour involves data from various sources — including location, shopping patterns and previous transactions — to flag inconsistencies and take immediate actions. The benefits are ranging from keeping up with compliance standards and increase customer satisfaction to revenue increase.

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