Every day, millions of us scour travel websites for searching, comparing and eventually booking restaurants, flights and hotels at destinations across the world. Thanks to apps and mobile devices, access to such information is easier and faster than ever before. While some of the most well known tourism portals (such as Booking.com or Expedia) provide detailed information about various accommodations (hotels, B&Bs, apartments, etc.), they are also living examples of how search can be long and exhausting.
Imagine looking for a hotel in London for a couple plus child, within 10 minutes from the nearest Tube station [...]
If you happen to be in Washington, D.C. this week for the Taxonomy Boot Camp or Enterprise Search Summit events, you’ll be among the first to see a demo of our new Cogito Categorization Platform that we officially launched today.
Cogito Categorization Platform is a response to not just the ever growing need to manage information, but to the fact that organizing enterprise content with taxonomies is often more complex than it needs to be. More often than not, a top-down approach prevails and companies end up with a taxonomy that doesn’t accurately represent [...]
With the launch of our newest white paper “Semantic Technology: What it Means and Why it Matters” we interviewed one of the creators of our flagship Cogito semantic technology, Marco Giorgini. This is the last of three posts.
Technological advances have made it possible to provide services that we once thought impossible. How does Cogito find the world of the smartphone?
Marco Giorgini: Today, our smartphones are now considered like an out-of-body, “cyber” part of us. It is now our memory (reminding us about birthdays, anniversaries or even phone numbers). Often, it [...]