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Calais is a service by Thomson Reuters
Thomson Reuters
that automatically extracts semantic information from web pages in a format that can be used on the semantic web.[1] Calais was launched in January 2008, and is free to use.[2][3] The Calais Web service
Web service
reads unstructured text and returns Resource Description Framework formatted results identifying entities, facts and events within the text.[4] The service appears to be based on technology acquired when Reuters
Reuters
purchased ClearForest
ClearForest
in 2007.[5] The technology has also been used to automatically tag blog articles[6] and organize museum collections.[7] Calais uses natural language processing technologies delivered via a web service interface. References[edit]

^ Calais Overview ^ Reuters
Reuters
Wants The World To Be Tagged ^ Start making sense ^ Calais API guide ^ "ClearForest".  ^ WP Calais Auto Tagger ^ OpenCalais meets our museum collection /auto-tagging and semantic parsing of collection data

External links[edit]

Official website Curry, E.; Freitas, A.; O’Riáin, S. (2010). "The Role of Community-Driven Data Curation for Enterprises" (PDF). In Wood, D. Linking Enterprise Data. Preprint (pdf)format= requires url= (help). Boston, MA: Springer US. pp. 25–47. doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-7665-9. ISBN 978-1441976642. Case Study of Open Calais 

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