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daily 03/22/2014

      • Using Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Semantic Analysis, we were able to extract  entities such as people, places and organizations from raw content to create a knowledge map for the group.


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        • What interests connect Person A with Person B?

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    • The term “Semantic Search” is certainly not new.
    • For the purpose of “Semantic SEO,” we will refer primarily to the concepts associated with the Semantic Web and the adoption thereof by Google and the other major search and social engines. I’m referring to the ontologies or vocabularies being used − which encompasses the semantics or concepts − and the syntax defined in metadata with on page structured markup.
    • the attempt to create an air of mystery is, by any decent entertainment standards, a complete failure—only helps reproduce this sense that government secrecy is not only important and necessary, but that the division between “what we know” and “what they know” is of the utmost importance.

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