The Smart Data Blog

Meaning – The Conqueror of Most Maladies

Posted by Partha Sarathi Bhattacharjee on Jul 24, 2017 4:52:00 PM

A biomedical professional is certain to have come across some variant of the headlines mentioned in the visual above. Combinations of trending buzzwords in technology and healthcare form half of my news feed. The other half merely mirrors the first half.

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Topics: Semantics, Clincal Trials, Semantic Web, Ontology, Machine Learning

Semantics 101

Posted by Patrick Wall on Aug 17, 2016 12:30:00 PM

Comprehending semantic technology is no longer an arduous task for the back offices of data-savvy organizations. Business users and C-level executives are starting to comprehend the basics of the technologies that are increasingly impacting their jobs.

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Topics: Smart Data, Semantics, Semantic Web, Ontology, Graph

Ontologies as Conceptual Models

Posted by Lee Feigenbaum on Jul 9, 2012 11:02:00 AM

At Cambridge Semantics we use the W3C semantic web standards to create conceptual canonical data models, in particularly using the web ontology modeling language called OWL. The conceptual models are declarative and express information in the way that the domain expert or business user, understands it – usually as a series of interlinked concepts and properties. Unlike most traditional technologies, these conceptual models are independent of how data is stored and provide an abstraction sometimes called “a semantic layer” for our Anzo software.

The result is unprecedented flexibility.

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Topics: Smart Data, Semantics, Semantic Web, Ontology