Meaningful relationships shape the semantic web business
The Austrian, Israeli and Spanish participants in the Eureka LDL4HELTA project capitalised on developments in AI, text mining and lexicography to develop new tools and services to meet the growing demand for language technologies.
A key focus for the project was on “word-sense disambiguation”. This critical language technology identifies a sentence’s meaning when different interpretations are possible. It enables more value to be attached to high-quality information available in linked data form, including knowledge graphs. The semantic web (a more intelligent and intuitive web) is one step closer.
Eureka helped the SME partners to strengthen their services and deepen their skills and knowledge in the burgeoning language technology market.
Project funded by: FFG (Austria), OCS (Israel)
- Semantic Web Company (Austria – SME and lead partner)
- K Dictionaries (Israel – SME)
- Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Spain – university)