The 2009 Semantic Technologies Conference was held in San Jose the week of June 15, 2009 and proved to be a showcase of market trends in the use of semantic technologies. Each year the conference has grown in number of use cases demonstrating real-world application of these technologies and this year was no different. In addition, the number of vendors offering solutions grew, providing implementers a wide variety of options. Attendance and exciting announcements from Google, Microsoft, Siri, the New York Times, Zepheira, and others rounded out another successful year of the conference.
Zepheira will be speaking on market trends and real world applications of semantic technologies at the premier event for semantic technologies the week of June 15, 2009 in San Jose. See first hand how development tools and platforms are making it easier than ever to leverage the power of semantics. Detailed case studies relevant to US government agencies including the US Library of Congress, and major publishers, pharmaceutical companies and many more will be described in detail by Zepheira’s team of experts in this space.
On November 20th Zepheira partner Uche Ogbuji will be presenting “An enterprise roadmap for semantic technology” in a free teleconference seminar series led by Earley and Associates