Semantic Intelligence

Semantic Intelligence is the ability to gather the necessary information to allow to identify, detect and solve semantic gaps on all level of the organization.

Similar to Operational Intelligence or Business Process Intelligence, which aims to identify, detect and then optimize business processes, semantic intelligence targets information instead of processes. It aims to enable better understanding and insight in data by all stakeholders. This will support better information sharing, reuse and governance and support better business decision-making.

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Semantic Intelligence - History
... started to popularize Semantic Intelligence as a term to describe a new generation of information access technology applications based on semantic analysis ... to process unstructured information (such as keyword based systems), semantic intelligence applications focus on the meaning of the texts ... In 2008, the software company Collibra started commercializing years of academic research on semantic technology ...

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