Could the advant of semantic search mean the end of Google as we know it? More importantly will Google have to embrace semantic search or perish? How the whole Semantic Web scenario plays out will pose some intriguing questions for the Internet of the very near future. Read more...
Semantic search is the future of enterprise search and is all set to revolutionize our interactions with the search platforms. This article looks into its benefits along with a few examples of new-age platforms that have successfully implemented it.
In the highly competitive times of today, enterprises need to leverage the enormous amounts of data, in order to gain an edge. This article delves into the concept of semantics and how semantic search platforms based on Artificial intelligence are a must-have for enterprises.
Latent semantic indexing adds an important step to the document indexing process.
Semantic is a field in language that deals with bringing out the meaning that is hidden in a text. With the advent in technology there has been a tool that has been used in the language labs that deals with the analysis job
Ever notice how Wikipedia tops Google rankings for just about every search you do? But how? It makes no sense if you consider the "standard SEO" rules for success such as keyword density, keyword weight, URL, and all that. It goes against the logic SEO experts use every day. So how does Wikipedia do it? They use Latent Semantic Indexing (LSI), which you can learn in minutes...
A decade after the invention of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee is promoting the "Semantic Web". The Internet hitherto is a repository of digital content. It has a rudimentary inventory system and very crude data location services.
Anyone with any expectations for their articles and web copy knows that Google's ranking algorithms change constantly, and this causes a great deal of frustration and concern, especially to those attempting to make a living on the internet. Here is what you can do.
Language labs have been of great help for the people who use social media to carry out business research and also marketing. Semantic analysis is what gives meaning to a whole text that may seem to be meaningless
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In the English language, we make an interesting semantic distinction between the words “customer” and “client.” Whatever you call the people to whom you offer products or services, consider your fiduciary role in supporting and encouraging them, resulting in their significant and lasting downstream success.
In a down economy search engines have to keep coming up with ways to stay ahead of the pack. Many of you may be aware of Microsoft Live's new search sweepstakes, where as for every search you perform you get 1 credit and at the end of the promotion you will be able to trade you points in for merchandise. This may seem new to some of you, but it isn't new to the web. There are quite a few search engines with a similar model. With so much competition among new and even existing search engines, search companies are trying to find ways to stand out from each other.
SEO is an abbreviation for Search Engine Optimization. This is the practice of improving traffic to a site from the organic or natural search result on search engine. There are two major ways traffic gets to a website; organic search and paid search. Organic search is the natural result from search engine while paid search is a scenario where businesses or individuals pay to be ranked higher in a search engine. Paid search results are usually found at the top or right side of the natural search, and they carry an icon that indicates they are paid for.
Lifecycle provides services of pharmaceutical marketing research. Semantic and semiotic analysis are parts of its advanced tools.
Social media uses language that is shortened as compared to other modes of communication. Mining the data that is found in the conversations can be very hard especially when one does not use any semantic or analysis tool