• Semantic Search with Apache Solr / Google Cloud Search Meetup - Tue 4/23/19

    Semantic Search with Apache Solr

    This talk will provide an overview of what Semantic Search is and a brief introduction of how to implement a Semantic search system using the capabilities of Apache Solr. The goal is to create a substantially more relevant search experience for users.

    Google Cloud Search

    This talk will provide an overview of Google’s latest venture into enterprise search. The nostalgic yellow GSA hardware has now been retired to make way for the best search features that today’s information workers expect and only the cloud can really offer. The presentation will provide details into how companies can adopt the cloud search experience, what features are available today and a look into what Google has in store for the future of search.
     

    https://www.meetup.com/New-England-Search-Technologies-NEST-Group/events/260373664/


    Posted By: al cole on Apr 7, 2019 5:54 PM
    Expires On: Apr 30, 2019 12:00 AM
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