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RE: [semweb-25] Re: Text Analytics World NYC 2011 Ticket Winner

From: Seth G.
Sent on: Sunday, October 16, 2011 8:33 PM
I can tell you a bit about text analytics software Dow Jones is using even 
if Bouriana can't.

First, there's Lexalytics for entity extraction and sentiment analysis, 
with the Factiva product line.

And for financial markets information extraction and analysis, Dow Jones 
is working with Digital Trowel, a company started by folks include Ronen 
Feldman, who was behind ClearForest, which was bought by Thomson Reuters. 
(Open) Calais, a widely used entity+ extraction service, is based on the 
ClearForest technology.

Ronen Feldman gave a talk on "Sentiment Analysis Past, Present & Future, 
and an Application in Trading Strategies" at last April's Sentiment 
Analysis Symposium in New York... which is how I know about DJ's 
relationship with Digital Trowel.  Video is online at­ .

Not incidentally, both Lexalytics and Dow Jones are sponsors and 
exhibitors at the next Sentiment Analysis Symposium, coming up November 9 
in San Francisco, http://sentiments...­ .


Seth Grimes    [address removed]   [masked]    @sethgrimes
Alta Plana Corp, analytics strategy consulting, http://altaplana....­
InformationWeek, contributing editor           http://sethgrimes...­
* http://SentimentA...­ November 9, San Francisco *

From: 	Bouriana S. Zakharieva

Hi  - Thanks for the opportunity to be at this important conference! Very 
happy about the ticket!

I have been interested in the development of semantic web standards and 
semantic web tools for some time now. My company uses proprietary data 
mining software as well as third-party entity-extraction and pattern 
recognition tools (which I am afraid I am not allowed to disclose). We are 
exploring future opportunities to get more involved in the semantic 
standards community and bring the full benefits of using text analytics to 
the end-user - e.g. by enhancing Search, by ad hoc discovery and timely 
delivery of quality data.

Bouriana Zakharieva

-----Original Message-----
From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Marco 
Sent: Thursday, October 06,[masked]:33 PM
To: [address removed]
Subject: [semweb-25] Re: Text Analytics World NYC 2011 Ticket Winner

BTW what brings you to the Semantic Web meetup Bouriana? Do you
already use Semantic Web technologies in production?


On Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 12:07 PM, Marco Neumann <[address removed]> wrote:
> And the winner of the full conference ticket for the Text Analytics 
> World NYC 2011 is ...
> Number 6
> Bouriana Zakharieva
> ... congratulations!

Marco Neumann

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