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July/August 2016, [Volume 25, Issue 7]

Features

Text analytics and beyond

According to Forrester, more than 200 companies are providing text mining or text analytics products, so it is a crowded market.

The open patient movement
Patient advocacy groups lead efforts to make health data flow.

In 2014, Steven Keating, a graduate student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), was diagnosed with a baseball-sized brain tumor. Besides having to go through surgery, chemotherapy and radiation, the experience gave Keating a close-up view of the dysfunctional nature of the U.S. healthcare data ecosystem and led him to become an advocate for open health data.

Multiple trends in e-discovery intensify use of technology

The market for e-discovery technology and services will grow at a rate of approximately 12 percent per year from 2013 to 2018, according to Gartner.

Entrusting KM to improve communications for banks and their customers

COLUMNS:

David Weinberger

Perspective on knowledge: What works is how things work

What we build is based on what we've already understood about how the world works.

The Future of the Future

The hidden world of deep semantics

By uncovering the rules of aggregation of the basic elements of human speech, we can move smartly toward "less is better" in our approach to semantic analysis.

Cognitive Computing

Cognitive computing
Cognitive computing and AI: allies or adversaries?

It is clear that accepting "cognitive" and AI as synonyms is too simplistic an approach for today's rapidly moving field. We have a very long way to go in both science and execution before the flip to a machine-driven society takes place.

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