By building on public linked data sources like DBPedia, you can add knowledge
Traditional knowledge management tools relied on structured data often stored in relational databases. Adding new relations to this data would require changing the schemas used to store data which could negatively impact exisiting systems that used that data. Relationships between data in traditional systems was predefined by the structure/schema of stored data. With RDF and OWL based data modeling, relationships in data are explicitly defined in the data itself. Semantic data is inherently flexible and extensible: adding new data and relationships is less likely to break older systems that relied on the previous verisons of data.
A complementary technology for knowledge management is the automated processing of unstructured text data into semantic data using natural language processing (NLP) and statistical-base text analytics.
We will help you integrate semantic web and text analytics technologies into your organization by working with your staff in a mentoring role and also help as needed with initial development. All for reasonable consulting rates
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