Thomson Reuters' metadata generation service Calais will now allow users to automatically integrate their content with Linked Data assets like Wikipedia, the company announced today on their blog. "With 9,000 of you processing 1+ million documents a day, it was time to take Calais to the next level," Krista Thomas writes.
Andy interviewed Thomson Reuters Vice President of Solutions Tom Tague about Open Calais and its implications for the semantic web at the EmTech08 conference at MIT in September, and I republished the interview today. You can read my original post about Open Calais here.
Paul Miller has a story today at ZDNet about Calais 4.0.
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