About Craig Eby

Craig Eby is the Chief Technology Officer for Cogniva Information Solutions. He was the lead researcher and developer for Cogniva’s flagship software solution, ISIS (Integrated Semantic Information Service). Craig applies his research background from Cognitive Science to the problems surrounding the creation of Semantic Technologies which augment the abilities of individuals as they use information systems. During his time at Cogniva, Craig has helped to build a quality research network, including professors and graduate students from a number of disciplines, culminating in the creation of the Cogniva Information Science Research Institute. He is the Scientific Director of the Semantic Technologies research stream.

ISIS 2.0 Launch Event: Great Success!

Last evening, Cogniva’s President Yves Marleau and the entire team welcomed clients, colleagues and friends to help launch our innovative, unified IM tool: ISIS 2.0.

The new ISIS 2.0 introduces:
- Desktop Classifier
- Enhanced Sharepoint Scalability, Performance & Functionality
- Tagging Assistant
- Email Integration
- And more…

Following the ISIS 2.0 presentation was great food, drinks and conversations: all-around success!

A sincere thank you to everyone who participated – we are very grateful for all the support.

Exciting times ahead!

The Cogniva Team

CISRI, Cogniva & uOttawa ESIS Discussion at ARMA NCR 2013 FALL IM DAYS

Join us November 19th & 20th as ARMA NCR hosts the 2013 Fall IM Days Conference: the annual hub for the Information Management community in the National Capital.

Cogniva, CISRI & uOttawa ESIS will be joining forces to present a session entitled: Business Process Analysis & Automatic Classification of Email of Business Value: November 20th, 9:30 am at the Brookstreet Hotel in Kanata, Ottawa.

Join Yves Marleau, Craig Eby, Inges Alberts & André Vellino as they discuss the challenges associated with the automated identification of email of business value in a governmental context. The management of email is an essential stepping-stone on the path toward good governance and long-term business performance for the Canadian Government – come and see how your organization can benefit!

Read more: IM Fall Days Agenda

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Automated Taxonomy Discovery

Here at CISRI we are excited to be engaged in a research project on automated concept and taxonomy discovery. This research is related to an IRAP grant which Cogniva Information Solutions received. The goal of the project is to simplify the creation of metadata taxonomies and the relations between the concepts using text analytics approaches. We are using a variety of open source tools and research methodologies. We will be posting updates and technical details as the research progresses, so stay tuned!