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NEW YORKMontreal-based Nstein Technologies Inc. said it plans the fall release of TME 5, an upgrade to its Text Mining Engine with new features that include Web 3.0 compliance, linguistic enhancements and management tools to allow greater flexibility and control of semantic metadata — all designed to provide the most relevant content to enhance the user experience.
“More than ever we are finding our clients needing to rapidly innovate, test and deploy new business strategies,” Nstein Chief Technology Officer Jean-Michel Texier said in a statement, adding that the upgrade provides “flexibility and control to support any business model and to reap highest premium ad rates possible through the micro-segmentation that TME allows.”
The new release is RESTful, respects W3C standards, and is fully Web-3.0-ready to support the Semantic Web. Its new linguistic tools aim at managing metadata, the lifeline to the Semantic Web. TME 5.0 will provide new taxonomies and ship with tens of thousands of persons’ names, pre-categorized as politicians, celebrities and athletes.