5 Ways To Unlock The Benefits Of Semantic Search

Posted by on Nov 13, 2013 in Blog, Semantic News

5 Ways To Unlock The Benefits Of Semantic Search

Search is changing. It is now more personal, more engaging, more interactive and more predictive. SERPs no longer display just 10 blue links — they have become more useful and more visually appealing across all device types. Semantic search is at the forefront of these changes, as evidenced most recently by the launch of Google’s new Hummingbird algorithm. Beginning with user intent and interpretation of the query itself, semantic technology is used to refine the query, extract entities as answers, personalize search results, predict search queries and more — providing a more interactive, conversational or dialogue-based search result. With Hummingbird, Google is moving further along its trajectory of becoming the “Star Trek Computer,” or at least a very powerful answer engine. But how can you make sure you’re reaping the benefits of all semantic search has to offer? 5 Ways To Unlock The Benefits of Semantic Search Understanding how semantic search works at a conceptual level — as well as understanding where it is going — is the key to your ability to leverage it. Below are five ways to unlock the benefits of semantic search. You can read more about them...

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The Future is Semantic – The Key to Google Hummingbird

Posted by on Oct 12, 2013 in Blog

The Future is Semantic – The Key to Google Hummingbird

Hummingbird and Google’s question answering system are not revolutionary in and of themselves. The components that comprise them are all evolutionary in nature and function in a synergistic, interoperable manner. Google is taking Question Answering technology (from the past) along with “big data” technology and simply making them work at scale — with phenomenal results. The overall picture is, in fact, revolutionary in nature.

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THE FUTURE IS HERE

Posted by on Oct 5, 2013 in Uncategorized

THE FUTURE IS HERE

Cross Pollination of Technology Facilitates  and accelerates the pace of technology Innovation. The Semantic web, Google’s Knowledge graph, and Facebook graph search are all now commonly used terms. Google’s new Hummingbird algorithm as well as Facebook’s updates to their graph Search algorithm, in conjunction with the release of items such as Google Glass and the Samsung Gear, are all blatant indications of this fact. Ignoring this fact is tantamount to technology suicide, however many struggle to cross this paradigm chasm.  Making this strategic shift is paramount to success in todays technology world. With the assistance of our background and expertise, we can enable this shift to happen for your business in many arenas. From simply adding Semantic Markup to a website to optimize visibility of your site in Search Engines or Google’s knowledge graph, to adding a Semantic Component to your System architecture for some other type of Search (internal), Semantic recommendation or Semantic Orchestration of services, we can satisfy that need.   Contact us for a free consultation. e-mail: bstarr@SemanticFuse.com tel:...

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THE FUTURE IS NOW

Posted by on Oct 5, 2013 in Blog, Featured, Portfolio

THE FUTURE IS NOW

Google Now, Google Now Cards, Knowledge Graph Panels, Entity Cards, The Semantic web, Semantic Search,  Google’s Knowledge graph, Schema.org, Ontologies, structured markup, json-ld, rdfa, microdata … are all now commonly used terms. Making this strategic shift is paramount to success in todays world of search. With the assistance of our background and expertise, we can enable this shift to happen for your business in many arenas. From simply adding Semantic Markup to a website to optimize visibility of your site in Search Engines or Google’s knowledge graph, to adding a Semantic Component to your System architecture for some other type of Search (internal), Semantic recommendation or Semantic Orchestration of services, we can satisfy that need. Contact us for a free consultation. Feel free to read more about aspect’s of this in this article from our column at SearchEngineland.       When it comes to search, we are accustomed to queries that are initiated client-side and not server-side. But, Google Now and similar services are altering this long-standing trend. Search, by definition, implies user-initiated actions. How is this changed by technology such as Google Now and Google’s Knowledge Graph? First, what is Google Now? Available within the Google Search mobile app, Google Now not only answers user-generated queries but also uses predictive technology to provide the user with information he or she might need throughout the day in the form of “cards.” According to Google: “Google Now cards are displayed when you’re most likely to need them. Most are based on information available to your Google account, such as your current location, recent searches, or calendar entries.” You can read more...

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The Future is Graph Search

Posted by on Oct 5, 2013 in Blog, Portfolio

The Future is Graph Search

In a June 2010 Semantic Web Meetup in San Diego, Peter Mika of Yahoo!’s research division gave a presentation entitled, “The future face of Search is Semantic for Facebook, Google and Yahoo!” As the title suggests, the presentation focused on the ever-growing use of semantic markup as a means for helping computers parse and understand content. The talk focused on what was then the current state of the Semantic Web, as well as upcoming formats/technologies in development and the research being done in the field of semantic search. You can read more...

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