Tony Stuart, IBM Almaden Research Labs
Thanks to the efforts of many researchers over the past five years,
Semantic Web technologies have reached the point where they are now
enabling new types of business solutions.
In this presentation, we will
show how IBM Research is using Semantic Web technologies and Semantic
Super Computing to generate new insight from the Web, intranets and
large document repositories.
It includes an introduction and overview of the use of Semantic Super Computing to automatically identify, index and augment semantic information, covers relevant foundational technologies and concludes with a case study of one emerging application of the technology that we refer to as the Wikification of Corporate Corpora
About the Speaker
Tom Stuart is a senior technical staff member at IBM Almaden Research Center.
He is currently researching the use of wikis as a content delivery platform for semantic analysis using large-scale unstructured data.
Tony brings a wealth of real world experience to the semantic augmentation research space as before joining IBM Research, Tony was instrumental in founding the consulting group for IBM's Printer Systems Division.
His job responsibilities have included software engineering, consulting, and developing alliances with IBM Business Partners.
Tony served as chairman of the LMO Vendor Council, a consortium of 22 major manufacturers in the printing and mailing industry, responsible for standardizing the manageable characteristics of devices and objects on the factory floor