Steve Lavine to Speak on Intelligent Search and Discovery at Web 3.0 Conference in New York
New York, New York, May 12, 2009 - Steven Lavine, Founder and CEO of Transparensee Systems (www.transparensee.com), will be a featured speaker at the 2009 Web 3.0 conference. Lavine will discuss ways to leverage insights from structured data, with an emphasis on how next-generation user interfaces can make it easier to find results that users might have otherwise missed.
Lavine will showcase Transparensee’s fuzzy search technology and the user interface possibilities enabled by faster, more intuitive search. Lavine is a frequent speaker and recognized expert on search technology.
“I’m delighted to be speaking at the Web 3.0 conference,” says Lavine. “The conference is important because it highlights cutting-edge technology that can help businesses and users derive more value in an age of rapidly growing volumes of data.”
The Web 3.0 conference brings together information technologists, developers, and marketers to explore the intersection of information organization and actionable insight. Speakers include entrepreneurs, investors, and corporate executives who are creating new ways of interacting with information to capture insight. Held at The New Yorker Hotel in the New York City, the conference takes place on May 19-20. Register online at http://www.web3event.com.
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