In a taxi from Baltimore-Washington Airport to a speaking engagement in Washington, DC, a colleague and I were discussing my search blog. We were sharing a taxi with two other people. One of them asked, “Are you the fellow who writes about search and content processing?” I replied, “I was.”
The person asking the question introduced himself as a reader and began to tell me about his company’s technology. I took his card, did some research, and this interview is one outcome of that encounter.
Digital Reasoning, based in Franklin, Tennessee, has developed a suite of software that adds value to content.
I learned that the company develops technologies that help solve the problem of information overload. The company’s tools allow users to read, understand, and make use of vast amounts of data.