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Smartlogic’s Semantic AI platform Semaphore is listed as one of KMWorld’s Trend-Setting Products - 2019

on: August 05, 2019, by: Ann Kelly

Smartlogic’s Semantic AI platform Semaphore has been listed in the 2019 KMWorld Trend-Setting Products. This acknowledgment is given to organizations with products that result from both radical innovation and continuous evolution. They provide better experiences for customers and employees, faster access to the right information when and where it is needed, automation of routine business tasks, intelligent insights from text and recordings, smarter search with personalized insights, unified information governance across silos—these are among the goals of new tools and enhanced platforms in the knowledge management market.

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Smartlogic Sponsors - Denver Federal Center Technology Day

on: May 17, 2019, by: Ann Kelly

Join us at FBC’s 21st Annual Technology Day at Denver Federal Center on June 13th. We’ll be in the DFC, building 25 lecture hall in Lakewood Colorado

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Smartlogic Named by KMWorld as ‘One of the 100 Companies that Matter in Knowledge Management’ 2018

on: March 08, 2018, by: Ann Kelly

Smartlogic, the leader in Enterprise Intelligence solutions, has been named as one of KMWorld’s 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management.

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Can the CDC use Twitter, AI and Google to forecast flu outbreaks?

on: September 25, 2017, by: Ann Kelly

Epidemiological forecasting, much like weather forecasting, may be able to bring together volumes of data – from retail sales of flu medications, to Google searches about flu symptoms, to tweets about symptoms or how someone might be feeling – to create a picture in near real-time that predicts the best possible picture of the spread of the virus. If it’s successful, predicting the spread of disease will be as commonplace as predicting rain or snow.

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A solid information strategy with Semaphore

on: August 15, 2017, by: Ann Kelly

The cornerstone to a solid information strategy is the ability to retain the information you need, discard what you don’t and provide all stakeholders within the enterprise the information they require. Knowing what information exists in the enterprise is key to protecting intellectual property and minimizing exposure to risk.

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Classification - powerful enrichment with Semaphore

on: July 20, 2017, by: Ann Kelly

Semaphore facilitates the development of semantic models, which are used to create a set of classification rule-bases, that automatically analyze and tag information assets. With Semaphore, organizations benefit from the complete and consistent application of quality metadata across all information repositories without imposing manual processes on their users.

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Machine Learning and AI in Property and Casualty insurance

on: June 16, 2017, by: Ann Kelly

In Property and Casualty Insurance, information is the currency that drives pricing, claim loss prediction and prevention, risk management and customer experience. AXA, a global insurance company, created a proof of concept (POC) using machine learning to optimize pricing by predicting “large-loss” traffic accidents with 78% accuracy.

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What does the “A” in AI stand for?

on: June 08, 2017, by: Ann Kelly

Smartlogic addresses client needs to solve business problems today using machine learning and AI to assist humans and simplify the process of capturing domain knowledge and putting it work.

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Minnesota’s Mayo Clinic implements a culture of analytics to optimize laboratory testing

on: May 10, 2017, by: Ann Kelly

As medical technology evolves and medical care improves, life expectancy rises. In the U.S., healthcare providers are moving toward a value-based care model, which emphasizes preventative care to improve outcomes and lower overall costs. In Minnesota, the well-known Mayo Clinic is using analytics to reduce the number of clinical tests, improve patient care and reduce healthcare costs.

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Smart Cities use Civil Analytics to Drive Change

on: May 01, 2017, by: Ann Kelly

Big data technologies are changing the way cities work. Today, mayors and other city officials are tapping all kinds of data to make their cities safer, healthier and more efficient. From providing information to residents about available parking, to guiding health inspectors to high-risk restaurants to proactively identifying households that are most likely to experience a fatal fire and take corrective action that eliminates the risk - the use of civic analytics is on the rise.

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