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Thursday, June 27 • 4:30pm - 5:30pm
What technology do the CIA, Google, and kCura have in common?

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Latent semantic indexing—and similar analytics technologies—recognizes the conceptual content in text. By "reading" and sorting that information into multi-dimensional groups, this technology can use unstructured data to predict which pair of shoes you're looking for, identify potential criminal cells, dig up hot issues in a multi-million dollar lawsuit, and more. With the huge amounts of data being produced every day, the possibilities are almost endless.

Join kCura's Perry Marchant and Content Analyst Company’s Jeff Gilles to learn more about the nuts and bolts of text analytics and how this concept-aware technology is used to make sense of Big Data.

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Jeff Gilles

Director of the Product Solutions Group, Content Analyst Company
Jeff Gilles is the Director of the Product Solutions Group at Content Analyst Company. His team is responsible for assisting partners in realizing their vision of analytics in their own unique solutions. Having supported the CAAT product since 2008, he has come to understand the unique... Read More →
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Perry Marchant

Director of Engineering, kCura
Perry Marchant is the director of engineering at kCura. He leads a team of more than 100 software engineers, contributing to product strategy and development, production support, and testing. Perry has almost two decades of experience in the software industry, working on sophisticated... Read More →

Thursday June 27, 2013 4:30pm - 5:30pm CDT
3 - Technical Stage

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