Semantic Technologies


I decided to conduct an informal survey in an attempt to gauge the current level of adoption and growth potential for Semantic Technology as an industry vertical. The results indicate to me that while progress is being made we still need to do a better job of delivering the message – this messaging problem is the number one reason why adoption of Semantic Technologies and Semantic Methodologies is proceeding slower than we had anticipated. 

So let’s examine review some of the assumptions first:


The New York Semantic Web Meetup Group

Cambridge Semantics goal is to solve today’s business problems with Semantic Technologies.

From its inception in 2007, Cambridge Semantics Inc. has been focused on providing practical solutions for today’s business problems using the most advanced sema

New York, NY 10010 – USA

Thursday, October 1 at 6:30 PM

Attending: 5

Fee: Price: USD 10.00 per person


There were a lot of articles and blog postings written about the Semantic Technology Conference. Below is a list of those we are aware of.  If you know of others, feel free to send them to us at info (at) so we can add them to this list.


Semsphere to Present Global Education Program on Semantic Technologies

Innsbruck, Austria – Semsphere (, an education company focused on helping customers understand and apply semantic technologies, will present its product offer at SemTech 2009 conference on Wednesday June 16th. Semsphere’s Semantic Web Curriculum afford IT professionals the means to understand, master and apply Semantic Technologies, marking a major evolution beyond the education offer currently available in the field.


Semantic Technologies have much to offer today’s successful business, with regulatory, operational and economic forces combining to require that timely and accurate data from across the enterprise be available on demand and at the point of need. Clear benefits are often disguised, though, by obscure language, serious misconceptions about what ‘the Semantic Web’ could or should be, and an unfortunate tendency to advocate ‘semantic technology’ per se rather than specific solutions to tangible business problems.


Master Data Management is now mainstream and those of us who have practiced it for a few years are battered, bruised and wearily displaying our scars. Typically defined as the people, processes and systems that govern the core data (e.g. products, customers, suppliers) needed to run a business, Master Data Management (or MDM) requires painstaking work in three broad areas: data standardization, architecture, and governance:


Semantic Web Meetups > The Washington Semantic Web Meetup

Some of our members are attending the Semantic Technologies Conference in San Jose. That’s great, but we can’t let them keep all of that new knowledge to themselves! For the rest of you who are unable to make it, we wouldn’t want you to feel left out of t

Washington , DC 20001 – USA

Tuesday, June 23 at 7:00 PM

Attending: 1