Seattle Smart Data and Semantic Technology Meetup Message Board › SVST Code Camp is back at SemTech 2010 in San Francisco
It's Back . . . . . . .
The SVST Code Camp is back and it is still FREEEEE @ Semantic Technology Conference June 21 to 25, in San Francisco.
Seattle Semantics, If you are going to be there or you have associates who don't know about this but would be great for them to attend - register here
... and Register to get a FREE SemTech Expo Pass here
There are two tracks:
1) For the beginners, curious and cautious we have a room with presenters and panels that will tell you how to use Semantic Technology to improve everything from iPhone applications to document management systems.
Jamie Taylor - Freebase
The Minister of Information at Metaweb Technologies, where he tends to Data Gardening and Community Building. His interest in large scale, non-relational data stores grew while managing Enterprise Software projects which used Dynamic Object patterns in his role as CTO and VP Engineering at DETERMINE Software (now a part of Selectica.) He was the founder of one of San Francisco's first ISP's and has a Ph.D. from Harvard University in Behavioral Economics.
Andraz Tori - Zemanta
co-founded Zemanta in 2007 where he serves as a CTO. Zemanta
had obtained venture capital from London and New York to create 'smart
personal writing assistant'. Andraz architected Zemanta's semantic-based
text analysis & discovery engine.
Wen Ruan - Textwise
Chief Science Officer and expert in Knowledge representation, information retrieval, search algorithms, natural language processing, data mining, pattern recognition, contextual advertising, semantic analysis, clinical information systems. She will discuss the TextWise Semantic Cloud (http://textwise.com/a...) that provides an API for clients and users to actively engage with their semantic matching technologies.
Tom Tague - OpenCalais
OpenCalais Initiative lead at Thomson Reuters. OpenCalais is a fast, easy and accurate way to categorize and tag the people, places, companies, facts and events in content to increase its value, accessibility and interoperability. OpenCalais makes it easy to improve search and navigation, create new content mashups and deliver compelling new user experiences.
2) For the adventurous, we have an Unconference. That's right, you decide the topics, organize the mod and make it interesting for all. To learn more about the Unconference and to sign up to present a topic, click here !