"Ad" Some "Life" to Your Semantic Relationships

Organiser
The Washington Semantic Web Meetup
Date
Fri, 29 Jan 2010, 00:00 - 02:00 (Add to calendar) GMT
Venue
(Exact location not available) , Washington, US
Cost
Free

In this month's meetup, we will take a look at semantics in the health/life sciences domain, and concept map development based on semantic relationships. Our speaker will be Ravi Kalaputapu, CTO of Knewco, a company involved in a very unique combination of advertising, computational linguistics, and life-sciences.

Ravi is a technology visionary, strategist with expertise in execution of innovative solutions to challenging business needs. Before joining Knewco as CTO he was an independent technology consultant with KS Consulting Inc, providing C level executives of Independent Software Vendors with product/technology roadmap and business strategy.

Prior to that, Ravi was a co-founder and VP of Engineering, Operations and Services at Entrieva Inc., where he provided technology direction and leadership for the successful launch of patented Enterprise Software Products and the industry leading contextual matching platform for Online Ad Networks. Prior to Entrieva, Ravi was a Team Leader with British Telecom-North America/Concert Communications where he managed pioneering research projects in the area of proactive fault management of ATM networks using Intelligent Agents. Ravi received his Master's and Ph.D. degrees from University of Virginia and his B.S from the Indian Institute of Technology,
Chennai in 1987.

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