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Jinni aims to be the Pandora of TV with mood discovery

26. 12. 2012 by Tassilo Pellegrini

LOST REMOTE: An interesting new social TV startup has hit the market. Jinni “is a mood-based discovery engine that is accomplishing for TV and film what Pandora achieved for music – providing content recommendations based on tastes and interests and incorporating social features.” The platform has already partnered with the largest telecommunications company in Belgium and is looking to expand in the U.S.

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Tue, 09/18/2012
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Kforce to Leverage Monster’s 6Sense® Semantic Search Technology Across Entire Organization

26. 07. 2012 by Tassilo Pellegrini

BUSINESS WIRE: 6Sense continues to gain traction helping companies source quality candidates and fill jobs quickly and cost effectively

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Tue, 07/10/2012
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Neodata Group Acquires Newscurve

26. 06. 2012 by Tassilo Pellegrini

MARKET WATCH: CATANIA, Italy, May 15, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Neodata Group, a leader in ad-serving and online publisher solutions, today announced the acquisition of Newscurve, a company focused on providing web analytics to power editorial decision making. With this acquisition, Neodata Group will leverage Newscurve's technology to strengthen its cutting-edge editorial suite and move forward with the company's international expansion.

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Tue, 05/15/2012
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How Facebook Knows What You Really Like

14. 06. 2012 by Tassilo Pellegrini

WIRED: Facebook is different from Apple or Google or Amazon or Microsoft, says Mark Zuckerberg, because it doesn’t build products. It seeks to improve the products built by everyone else.

“If Apple or Google want to build a product, they typically go build it,” the Facebook CEO told Charlie Rose this fall. “Whereas…, you know, we want to help rethink the way that people listen to music or watch movies.

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Thu, 05/24/2012
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Wavii vows to understand entire Internet

19. 04. 2012 by Tassilo Pellegrini

CNN: Adrian Aoun wants to build a system that instantly understands everything posted to the Internet.

He started the project about three years ago, and on Wednesday, he and his company, Wavii, unveiled version number one. As it stands, Wavii's online service is a Facebook-like newsfeed for everything other than Facebook.

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Wed, 04/11/2012
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Wavii groks the news so you don't have to

19. 04. 2012 by Tassilo Pellegrini

CNET: New service does a strong job of understanding news well enough to write summary headlines of it.

Has Techmeme met its match? Or Flipboard? New semantic news analysis company Wavii is launching its automated, personalized news "feed" app today. It's a more modern and more pretty, deconstruction of the overwhelming news barrage we're all buried under. Wavii CEO Adrian Aoun's pitch: "Facebook is good for keeping up with friends, but it's kind of annoying that you can't keep up with your world this way."

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Tue, 04/10/2012
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The dark side of the personalised internet

01. 03. 2012 by Tassilo Pellegrini

NEW SCIENTIST: JOSEPH TUROW'S invaluable The Daily You is a warning about the impact of the "Web 3.0" revolution - though he doesn't use the term - on individual freedom and privacy.

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Mon, 02/13/2012
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Israel's Vexigo partners with Yahoo!

12. 01. 2012 by Tassilo Pellegrini

YNET: Technology developed by Israeli startup can analyze millions of Web pages a day, enabling Internet giant to offer targeted advertising.

Vexigo, an unknown Israeli startup which was has been to raise a mere $1 million, is about to become the Web advertising solutions partner of global Internet corporation Yahoo! The company was founded just three years ago and has been profitable ever since.

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Wed, 01/11/2012
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What marketers should ponder this year

11. 01. 2012 by Tassilo Pellegrini

IMEDIA CONNECTION: It's one thing to offer predictions in the New Year. While predictions can be fascinating, let's face it. No one is in possession of a crystal ball, and digital marketing and technology both move way too fast and too erratically to do much more than keep us guessing (not that that isn't half the fun).

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Tue, 01/10/2012
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Practical application of semantic technology and personalization in travel

11. 01. 2012 by Tassilo Pellegrini

TNOOZ: Larry Smith of Thematix has previously written several excellent posts in Tnooz about semantic technologies in the travel industry.

In particular, their potential to create truly personalized offers by adding distinct value to travel offers based on customer data.

At OpenTravel, we’re turning the abstract into the concrete by building a semantic ontology for the car rental industry, including thinking through what it takes to actually plan for a semantically enhanced booking experience, what we call semantic offers.

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Tue, 01/10/2012
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