- IBM's 'Rodent Brain' Chip Could Make Our Phones Hyper-Smart | WIRED
- Google in Jeopardy: What If IBM's Watson Dethroned the King of Search? | Wired Opinion | Wired.com
- IBM's Five Predictions for the Next Five Years - BusinessWeek
- Semantic Enterprise: What Are The Gorillas Doing? (Oracle, IBM, HP, Cisco, Microsoft and SAP) - Semantic Web
- Extracting Enterprise Vocabularies Using Linked Open Data
A common vocabulary is vital to smooth business operation, yet codifying and maintaining an enterprise vocabulary is an arduous, manual task. We describe a process to automatically extract a domain specific vocabulary (terms and types) from unstructured data in the en- terprise guided by term definitions in Linked Open Data (LOD). We validate our techniques by applying them to the IT (Information Tech- nology) domain, taking 58 Gartner analyst reports and using two specific LOD sources – DBpedia and Freebase. We show initial findings that ad- dress the generalizability of these techniques for vocabulary extraction in new domains, such as the energy industry.
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- IBM plans 'brain-like' computers
IBM has announced it will lead a US government-funded collaboration to make electronic circuits that mimic brains.
- BBC NEWS - Salvage prospect for 'junk' DNA
A mathematical analysis of the human genome suggests that so-called "junk DNA" might not be so useless after all.
- alphaWorks : IBM Web Ontology Manager
IBM Web Ontology Manager is a lightweight, Web-based tool for managing ontologies expressed in Web Ontology Language (OWL). With this technology, users can browse, search, and submit ontologies to an ontology repository. This technology includes a Web interface for easy uploading of ontologies in an .owl format by any user of the system. It also includes an interface for generating (using Jastor) Java™ APIs from uploaded ontology files.
IBM Web Ontology Manager differs from IBM Ontology Management System (a former alphaWorks technology, now merged into the IBM Integrated Ontology Development Toolkit) in that it does not include a statement repository. Instead, based on the ontologies visible to the system, it can generate Java classes for accessing any Jena-compatible RDF statement repository.
- Joho the Blog: IBM shows del.icio.us for the enterprise, and more
- Mission to build a simulated brain begins