For 15 years, the Search Engine Meeting brought together people interested in the domain of search and retrieval. It attracted those with a professional interest in search engines—such as search engine developers and designers—and those interested in applying search engines in their own work environments.
Search is at the heart of modern life, both inside the enterprise and for personal, business, and academic endeavors. Despite its pervasive nature, search remains complex, particularly as user expectations escalate. Search Engine Meeting provided an annual point of reference as to what is happening in this fast-moving and exciting field.
The 2010 meeting took place at the prestigious Hyatt Regency Boston, One Avenue de Lafayette, Boston, Massachusetts.
Trends and Analysis for:
- Semantic Search
- Sentiment Analysis
- Text Mining
- New Realities
- Knowledge Discovery
- Real-Time Search
The 2010 program was developed with the support of steering committee, including Stephen E. Arnold, David A. Evans, Susan Feldman, Elizabeth Liddy, and Barbara Brynko.