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This is the lightning demo that Cambridge Semantics presented at the 2010 Semantic Technology Conference in 2010. In this demo, I use our Anzo products to build a complete solution for gathering, managing, and publishing the data of a conference like SemTech in less than 5 minutes. Please contact me at email@example.com to arrange to learn more or to arrange for a live demo for you and your colleagues.
Faveeo.com provides a mashup between high quality automated tagging and integration with Twitter. This twitter app can be used to find really relevant tweets from the real time web!
John Breslin gave an interesting talk on The Social Semantic Web yesterday @091Labs at Hotel Meyrick. In this 10 min video John talks about Social Media being data and presents what the Semantic Web can do for this data. John also discusses the Open Graph in Facebook.
Feb. 20, 2010: The Semantic Web Nigel Shadbolt, University of Southampton, Web Science Research Initiative For more information about Nigel Shadbolt: users.ecs.soton.ac.uk
Feb. 20, 2010: The Semantic Web Wendy Hall, University of Southampton, Web Science Research Initiative For more information about Wendy Hall: users.ecs.soton.ac.uk
Juan Sequeda's Semantic Austin met at Texas Coworking located at 200 E 6th Street 301, Austin, TX, 78701 in Feb 2010. texascoworking.com . . . they discussed how the City of Austin can benefit from the collective brainpower of the tech community in Austin, TX Video by Paul Terry Walhus of Spring.net http Part 1 is 10 minutes of a 90 minute 9 part video series the entire video can be seen in high definition at texascoworking.com
Web 3.0 how the web will organize
Part 2 of this talk... A brief overview of the Semantic Web and a review of the features that Drupal users can expect in Drupal 7 core and contributed modules, with a look at features on the horizon. This talk was first delivered at DrupalCamp Vienna in November of 2009.
A brief overview of the Semantic Web and a review of the features that Drupal users can expect in Drupal 7 core and contributed modules, with a look at features on the horizon. This talk was first delivered at drupalcamp Vienna in November of 2009.
A brief overview of the Semantic Web and a review of the features that Drupal users can expect in Drupal 7 core and contrib, with a look at features on the horizon. See part one here: www.youtube.com
Radar Networks CEO Nova Spivack discusses the "Semantic Web", which is shaping up to be the next major step in the evolution of the World Wide Web.
[Research on Semantic Web, combining the Web with artificial intelligence] Takahira Yamaguchi's research group is studying the Semantic Web, which combines the Web and artificial intelligence. In the Semantic Web, software can be made to understand the meaning of Web pages, by adding headings called metadata to Web pages. The key technology for achieving this next-generation Semantic Web is called ontologies. Q. To put it simply, ontologies are like electronic dictionaries that enable software to understand the meaning of words. This research has been pursued not in the Internet field, but independently of the Internet, in the field of artificial intelligence. Yamaguchis group has developed a tool for semi-automatic construction from text to ontology, and released it as an open source program. Q. When such ontologies are constructed, they can be used to achieve Q&A systems using analysis engines, which are not possible with the current Internet. Suppose a user asks, for example, What is the average price of a condo in Tokyo? Were developing a system where the answer can be calculated using data and ontologies to give a reply automatically. In addition, Yamaguchis group is researching Semantic Robot Services. These combine the Semantic Web and robots, so several robots can collaborate while considering various things. Q. At present, the Internet is used mainly by searching, but as the next stage of processing, I think theres a lot of routine work; for example, when ...
A brief overview of the Semantic Web and a review of the features that Drupal users can expect in Drupal 7 core and contrib, with a look at features on the horizon.
Comparing semantic web and web 2.0. This video is for a presentation for CMN4170 at uottawa.
A 10 minute talk demonstrating GNOWSYS for semantic web.
www.beet.tv WASHINGTON, DC -- Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, has been on a quest for several years for the adoption of something he has coined the semantic Web -- a data-rich, interconnected Web. Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
Future Internet - Supported by STI International: www.sti2.org With over a billion users, today's Internet is arguably the most successful human artifact ever created. The Future Internet, an initiative driven by the European Union, has become a prime research focus of STI International and the Service Web 3.0 project. In order to explain, promote, and attract new contributors, we created a video to be viewed by stakeholders, who may be non-experts, in a new generation Internet. The video outlines the basic themes of the European Union's Future Internet initiative. These include an Internet of Services, where services are ubiquitous; an Internet of Things where in principle every physical object becomes an online addressable resource; a Mobile Internet where 24/7 seamless connectivity over multiple devices is the norm; and the need for semantics in order to meet the challenges presented by the dramatic increase in the scale of content and users. Supported by STI International: www.sti2.org
This video shows all steps envolved in Building OWL-S Semantic Web Services with ProtegeOWL editor. for more informations: www.grow.ic.ufal.br
I found this on the 'Net, not sure where any more and wanted to share it and be able to embed it in pages for discussions. Original file name = editing.mov
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Further information stefandietze.wordpress.com.
Authors Toby Segaran, Colin Evans, and Jamie Taylor talk about how Programming the Semantic Web focuses on the practical aspects of using the semantic web in your everyday work.
Screencast of example Web Service to Moby Semantic Web Service wrapping by-example using the NCBI Entrez sequence fetch WSDL.
This demo shows how a Semantic Web could look like that is dynamically created by an automatic semantic analysis and not limited by semantic web standards. People could search much more efficient and explore the web by dynamic links following their individual interests. Thie example is based on the iqser GIN Plattform, a flexible semantic middleware.
The future of the semantic web.
A presentation of my Ubiquity Semantic Search command, available at students.info.uaic.ro , submitted at the SFSW 2009 Scripting Challenge semanticscripting.org .
Series: Collaboration Technology and Engaging the Campus 2009 Title: Semantic Web, The Search for Intelligence on the Internet Speakers: Martin Mueller, Northwestern University Recorded in Meeting Room B in the Thwing Center on the Campus of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio Date: Thursday May 7, 2009
Series: Collaboration Technology and Engaging the Campus 2009 Title: Semantic Web and Architecting the Future of Major Software Systems for the University and the Enterprise Speaker: Dan Sholler - Gartner Recorded in Meeting Room B Room in the Thwing Center on the Campus of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio Date: Thursday May 7, 2009
About this Event 07 Apr 2009 www.iiea.com Semantic Web: From Web 2.0 to Web 3.0 Liam Ó Móráin, representing the Digital Enterprise Research Institute, will discuss the work of DERI on the semantic web and the transition from Web 2.0 to Web 3.0. Mr. Ó Móráin The Semantic Web is the future generation in WWW technology. It envisages information from diverse sources being easily combined and used in profoundly different and more powerful ways. Please view more on the IIEA website. www.iiea.com
Eine Einführung in das Semantic Web. Auf Deutsch. Sources used: Berners-Lee, T., Hendler, J., Lassila, O. (2001): The Semantic Web. A new form of Web content that is meaningful to computers will unleash a revolution of new Possibilities. Scientific American. Hendler, J. (2001): Agents and the Semantic Web. IEEE INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS. Maedche, A., Staab, St. (2001): Ontology Learning for the Semantic Web. IEEE INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS. mcilraith, SA, Son, TC, Zeng, H. (2001): Semantic Web Services. IEEE INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS. Van Ossenbruggen, J., Hardman, L., Rutledge, L. (2002): Hypermedia and the Semantic.Web: A Research Agenda . Journal of Digital information. Further reading: Berners-Lee (1990): Information Management: A Proposal. CERN. URL: www.w3.org Mika, P. (2007): Social Networks and the Semantic Web. Springer. Semantic Web Company (2008): The Semantic Web non of Public Relations business? URL: www.semantic-web.at
A semantic web 2.0 application.
How will the Semantic Web help people in general? Mélanie Courtot, organizer of the Vancouver Semantic Web Meetup Group, answers this question in April 2009. Stephen Hui video. www.straight.com
Dr. Yeong Tae Song (firstname.lastname@example.org) & Dr. Gu Beom Jeong (email@example.com) propose a solution to NIH Challenge Award, High Profile Topic #06-LM-101. This is a high-level brainstorming session.
poolparty is a SKOS Thesaurus Management Tool for the Semantic Web. It also helps to annotate and index unstructured information like wiki pages or news articles. This screencast shows poolparty´s text analysis and phrase extraction component.
Innovative Semantic web 2.0 tools that expedites and return on target talent research results gathering from the industries "CLOUD" Some want to harness the word CLOUD to gain money for coining that word however that word cannot be copyrighted (ATTENTION MICHAEL M)
David Weinberger on semantic web. The information on net is too vast to simply organize, The new way is to allow a thing be thing, indefinite and informal.
Many people find the Semantic Web confusing and irrelevant to the everyday problems they wish to solve. We show here a completely practical and entirely graphical approach that solves a desktop data integration challenge faced by millions of spreadsheet and Microsoft project users. www.semanticdiscoverysystem.com
www.weforum.org 28.01.2009 ideaslab with Harvard Business Review Systemic thinking and collaborative innovation are in short supply around the world. Join the authors of selected breakthrough ideas featured in Harvard Business Review for a holistic and creative look at global issues in the ideaslab.
An overview of "headup" - The Semantic Web Firefox addon from Semantinet. Powered by Silverlight
To read along go to imaginingthetenthdimension.blogspot.com
The Semantic Web of Data Tim Berners-Lee
rdfintrospector.blogspot.com - But, can online pornography actually derail the Semantic Web? Blogger Michael dupont thinks so. On his GCC Hacker blog he wrote: "The reason why the semantic web cannot work is that it cannot be used to trick people into looking at pay porn sites." In his post, No, Google I Dont mean "Gay Films"!!!, duponts attempts to explain his assertion. He has some interesting thoughts about the subject. LINK : rdfintrospector.blogspot.com reposted from a Submission to www.oreillynet.com This is a reposting about my thoughts on this thread before, which have not been published on the oreillynet yet, that is fine, but I would like to get a copy of my post please? Basically I said that Ajax was Sexy and that the semantic web is not viable to
rdfintrospector.blogspot.com - mike Response : LINK : thecontentwrangler.com Porn: The Reason The Semantic Web Wont Work? Internet porn is big business. So too, are match-making, dating, personal ad, and "hook up" services—you know, those online environments created to connect like-minded adults to one another for whatever activities strike their fancy. Nowadays, adult entertainment companies are not just leaders in earning revenue from the Net, theyre also leaders in the technology arena. In many areas, they are the dominate force. The leaders, not the followers. And, theyre doing as much as possible to protect their turf. They file patents to protect their content matching algorithms and online content management and manipulation functionalities.
rdfintrospector.blogspot.com -porn clients. Hopefully this will get slashdotted and google will clean up its act. Now, on the topic of porn, I would like reiterate on my view of the semantic web. The reason why the semantic web cannot work is that it cannot be used to trick people into looking at pay porn sites. Let me state a couple of assertions : 1. the semantic web is a medium 2. for a medium to be viable, it must be usable to sell porn. 3. all successful mediums have been used to sell porn 4. there is no such thing as free porn. 5. There is no free bandwidth. 6. the semantic web is disjoint from Opaque and Misleading Content. 7. the porn industry needs a Medium tha can be used to Mislead you into looking and clicking thru into thier pages. 8. the porn industry