The Future is The Internet of Things

Posted by on Oct 4, 2013 in Blog, Featured, Portfolio

The Future is The Internet of Things

The future clearly lies in the internet of things.  In many respects, this can be viewed as an extension of the Semantic Web.  Devices may have a URI (Uniform Resource identifier): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uniform_resource_identifier , and the associated unique identifiers and information may be derived from an RFID.  RFID tags may be used for all types of interesting purposes.  They are unique identifiers and associated with the internet of things in a manner analagous to that in which GTIN’s (or UPC’s in the US) are associated to products. The internet of things, can and will benefit enormously by leveraging the semantic web and semantic technologies in general.  There are many early examples of this, such as Google Glass, at whose core lies the concepts inherent in the knowledge graph, to the newl released Samsung Gear. The ubiquity and proliferation of many types of computing devices, ranging from phones you may keep on your person, to watches, glasses and the very pills you take in daily medication are already having a large impact on our daily life.  The concept of “Semantic Computing” defined by Dr. Phil Sheu incorporates all of these notions. There is a lot more on this topic to follow,  as well as in the following blog post, so stay tuned for more information.  ...

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The Future is Semantic Fusion

Posted by on Oct 3, 2013 in Blog, Portfolio

The Future is Semantic Fusion

We live at the intersection of the Semantic Web, Semantic Technologies (machine learning, classification technologies, data mining and text analytics) Cloud computing, e-commerce, biotechnology, semantic SEO, SEM , graph marketing and graph analytics.  The reality is that although the technologies themselves may be domain independent, Subject Matter Expertise within the domain is required. From tasks such as creating a Semantic Roadmap for your business, to infusing your site with rich semantic markup, to creating sophisticated semantic search or recommendation technologies, no project that leverages web 3.0 technology to facilitate you achieving your business goals is outside of our scope. SemanticFuse offers services and components to infuse your product/company/website with Semantic Technology. From: infusing semantic markup on your webpages in order to optimize your site for maximum visibility in search engines infusing your B2B or B2C search with Semantic Search or Recommendation enterprise infusion of a semantic component to enable data integration or interoperability … to name but a few. we add the Semantic capability to your product/solution/website and infuse the necessary components (In many cases, the semantic technology is merely the component of a solution albeit a critical one). We offer consulting services tailored to your needs, that are par none in this arena. This is accomplished by leveraging long standing relationships with individuals and leading industry partners in the field, in conjunction with an in depth and deep knowledge, not only of of the semantic technology itself, but of the various commercial entities and offerings in the semantic technology space, and how best to utilize...

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The Future Is Semantic Computing

Posted by on Oct 2, 2013 in Blog, Portfolio

The Future Is Semantic Computing

The NSF (National Science Foundation) just approved an industry-university Semantic Computing (SC) and Web 3.0 research center involving UC-Irvine, UC-Los Angeles, and UC-San Diego (http://www.iucrc4sc.org) on developing semantic technologies that may facilitate the transition of the Internet into Web 3.0 and develop new business models to stimulate, strengthen, and grow the economy. An important outcome of the collaborative project is a semantic “Problem-Solution” matrix (operated by the Semantic Computing Consortium, http://www.SCConsortium.org or SCC) that automatically connects global resources to solve customers’ problems.  The Value Proposition for your business includes (but is not restricted to): 1)    Exceptional Talent Access to a registry of Semantically focused “Talent” and  “Tools” on a “Timeline” that fits your projects, in short: Our Talent is global and customizable. Our Tools are bleeding edge. Our Timeline is your Timeline. 2)    New Business Generation Access to business within the Consortium As a registry of solutions (talent, resources, tools), the Consortium integrates smaller solutions to solve complex problems from a larger base of customers. When we have projects that fit you, you will be automatically notified and invited to participate. 3)    Retain Cutting Edge Solutions Maintain the pace of technology innovation – at no additional cost Ensures you will always be on the “cutting edge” of Semantics, with no further investment required. Your involvement in the Consortium’s projects, people, tools and conferences provides you the ability to stay bleeding edge. 4)    Capitalize on Your Own Resources The Consortium provides an innovative platform that allows you to build your own, based on your resources. Resources/Additional Information Semantic Computing and the Semantic Web Announcing The Semantic Computing Consortium Semantic Computing – Evolving Definition Semantic Computing – on Google Books The Semantic Computing Consortium Linked Open Data Cloud – Original Diagrams IEEE International Conference on Semantic Computing LinkedIn – Inmaps – Create your graph...

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UPCOMING EVENT: Technology Stories

Posted by on Oct 1, 2013 in Portfolio

UPCOMING EVENT: Technology Stories

Israel’s influence in the U.S and San Diego Panelists will share their tech stories and how it may affect your life. Technology StoriesPanelist will share with you their tech stories and how it may affect your lifeStarts: 11/10/2013 06:00 pmEnds: 11/10/2013Duration: 2 hours:8660 Gilman Drive La Jolla CA 92037,...

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