Peter Jackson
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Peter Jackson is chief scientist at the Professional Division of Thomson Reuters with responsibility for corporate research and development. He is a seasoned technology executive with a background that includes 29 years experience in R&D, the last 13 of which have been spent in the online information business. He has a proven track record of working with new product development and strategic marketing functions to deliver state-of-the-art applications that generate new revenues. His specialty lies in the design and delivery of innovative platforms and novel solution components for document retrieval, text categorization and information extraction technologies. Peter Jackson studied Human Psychology at the University of Aston in Birmingham and completed his PhD in Artificial Intelligence at the Leeds University (UK).


invited talk
flag Extraction and Resolution Capabilities for Entities, Events and Facts
as author at  2nd European Semantic Technology Conference (ESTC), Vienna 2008,
flag Does Semantics Bring Business Intelligence to Search
as author at  2nd European Semantic Technology Conference (ESTC), Vienna 2008,
together with: Atanos Kiryakov, Francisco Eduardo De Sousa Webber, Dickson Lukose, Jörg Wurzer, Gregor Honse (moderator),