Why Semantic Search Needs Structured Data

Search Engine Watch, Tuesday, November 6, 2012 12:17 PM
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Semantic search is not a new concept, but Doc Sheldon gives us some background on the technology, along with some projections and possibilities for the future. He describes it as software driving machines that must understand the intended human meaning, taking many factors into consideration. He points to an abundance of unstructured data as one of the biggest issues in making it work.

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