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SWC Participate in a Consortium of 53 Organisations to Shape the Future of European Language Technology
Project ELE (European Language Equality) is a pilot project that will lay the foundations for Digital Language Equality in Europe by 2030. It began on January
Semantic Web Company Continues Global Expansion with New Presence in the U.S.
Boston, 15 October 2020 – The Austrian provider of knowledge graph and text mining technology Semantic Web Company has announced the opening of its new U.S.
Linked Data at the BBC: Connecting Content around the Things that matter to Audiences
This year SEMANTiCS conference presents some brilliant speakers. As there is Sofia Angeletou with her keynote on the 2nd generation Linked Data Strategy at the
It’s All about Finding the Needle in the Big Data Haystack
Wolters Kluwer Deutschland GmbH and Viennese Semantic Web Company agree on cooperating on the development of innovative and highly efficient products for data, information and
Geological Survey Austria launches thesaurus project
Throughout the last year the Semantic Web Company team has supported the Geological Survey of Austria (GBA) in setting up their thesaurus project. It started
Semantic Web Company and punkt. netServices have merged
We are pleased to announce that two companies which have had already a significant standing within the European Semantic Web scene, are now acting under
Seevl: Explore the cultural universe based on semantic web technologies
Just recently Alexandre Passant from DERI Galway went public with a new web service called seevl. First impressions after test driving the system reveal that
Semantic Web and Emerging Trends in Scholarly Publishing
In my capacity as one of the Editors-in-chief of the Semantic Web journal (the other one is Krzysztof Janowicz; the journal is published by IOS
What if the biggest web company bought one of the central semantic web players?
Well, exactly this happened yesterday: Google bought Metaweb – provider of Freebase. Freebase is an important hub in the linked data cloud providing 12 million
Adrian Pohl: “We believe the Semantic Web plays an important role for the future of libraries.”
A group of Cologne-based libraries has taken a big step towards open data. In an concerted action they have relased their catalogue data for reuse