102 results for semantic web conference
The Semantic Web Company in Vienna, Austria is giving away a full conference pass worth $1,095 for the LinkedData Planet Conference! LinkedData Planet 2008 will be taking place on June 17-18, 2008 in New York with confirmed keynote speakers Sir Tim Berners-Lee, Kingsley Idehen and Ian Davis.
Continue reading Win a Full Conference Pass for LinkedData Planet 2008
The Semantic Web Strategies conference is coming to San Jose, CA September 30 to October 2, 2007. The conference is being held by Jupitermedia and registration ranges from $50 for an exhibits-only pass and $1,795 for full conference options (if you register before the 12th of September you get a discount). The conference passport is the most expensive but you get the following good stuff:
Continue reading Semantic Web Strategies Conference (Fall 2007)
Semantic Weltbuild 2.0 posted a wrap-up of the Triple-I 2007 conference at Stadthalle Graz in Austria. He posted some pictures, talks about a few interesting keynotes, and went over some of the things he did while he was there. I really wish I could have been there!
Continue reading Semantic Weltbild 2.0 Returns from Triple-I 2007 Conference
Coming soon to the Los Angeles, CA area is Semantic Web Camp, an ad-hoc gathering born from the desire for people to share and learn in an open environment on the Semantic Web Initiative. I'm glad to see that it's being held about an hour and a half from where I live. Since this conference is being held so close to my home am going to see how I can contribute.
Continue reading Semantic Web Camp Conference Coming to Los Angeles Area
The World Wide Web has long been evolving towards the vision of the Semantic Web — an extension of the existing web through which machines are better able to interoperate and work on our behalf. It promises to infuse the Internet with a combination of metadata, structure, and various technologies so that machines can derive meaning from information, make more intelligent choices, and complete tasks with reduced human intervention. It is a dramatic vision that stands to transform the existing Web in devastatingly powerful ways.
Continue reading Introduction to the Semantic Web Vision and Technologies - Part 1 - Overview
ISWC 2008 will take place at the Kongresszentrum (Congress Center) in Karlsruhe, Germany from October 26th to the 30th. Information on invited speakers is not yet available.
Details surrounding ISWC 2009 have not yet been finalized, however Rudi Studer of the Semantic Web Science Association announced that it will be held in the Washington DC area. The conference is slated to be held at the end of October or the beginning of November.
The 5th European Semantic Web Conference (ESWC 2008) is being held in Tenerife, Spain from June 1 to June 5, 2008. The conference is still in its early organizational stage so a list of speakers has not yet been included, nor has a schedule been set for the presentations. ESWC 2008 will feature a tutorial program, system descriptions and demos, a posters track, a Ph.D. symposium and a number of collocated workshops.
Continue reading ESWC 2008: 5th European Semantic Web Conference
ReadWriteWeb just posted an interesting article about investor opportunities and pitfalls in the Semantic Web space. The questions were asked to a panel of industry insiders at the SemTech 2008 conference. Panelists include Amanda Reed (Palomar Ventures), Eghosa Omoigui (Intel), and Stephen Hall (Vulcan Capital). This information can be very useful if you're looking to start a business within the Semantic Web industry.
At ISWC2008 Freebase released its new RDF service for generating RDF representations of Freebase topics, allowing Freebase to be used as Linked Data! To obtain the RDF data for a topic send a GET request to http://rdf.freebase.com/rdf/some.topic.id where "some.topic.id" is replaced by the desired topic identifier (slashes in the identifier must be replaced by dots). Topic data can be represented as N3, RDF/XML or Turtle depending on the preferences expressed in your client's HTTP Accept header. Try it out with the Freebase topic Semantic Web.
Continue reading Freebase Officially Linked Data with Release of RDF Service
There's a lot of confusion about what the semantic web is, exactly. There are so many definitions that I can't possibly unify everything in one article. Some people say it's all about linked data, RDF, and ontologies. Some people call it "Web 3.0." (I recently gave a keynote speech at a "Web 3.0" conference, where many of the people had confused "Web 3.0" with "Web in 3D." I'm sure many people in the audience wondered why I wasn't talking about the future 3D web and, instead, was talking about information.) Some people say it will lead us to the singularity. Rather than try to define these terms, I propose we abandon them. I propose we stop talking about complicated solutions and start talking about problems.
Continue reading What is the Semantic Web?
semantic, semantic web search, microsoft semantic web, semantic web blog, semantic focus, semantic web search engine, semantic web problems, semantic cms, semantic web search engines, semantic web, semantic web blogs, camp semantic, semantic web layer cake, natural language processing blog, semantic web microsoft, sparql php, semantic blog, natural language search, true knowledge, eswc 2009, object oriented web, protege tutorial video, rdf tags, introduction to semantic web, php sparql, microsoft rdf, microformats rdf, semantic web conference 2008, owl semantic web, problems with semantic web, rdf vs microformats, cody burleson, protege tutorial, rdf search engine, microformats vs rdf, rdf microformats, semantic web tutorial, semantic web conference 2009, rdf blog, eswc 2008, graphd, rdf microformat, semantic web rdf, blog semantic web, semantic web conference, european semantic web conference 2009, dbpedia freebase, web service life cycle, semanticfocus, python sparql, problems in semantic web, swoogle, curse of knowledge, semantic web introduction, semantic web issues, statistical search, semantic web layers, semantic web vision, twine blog, semantic web podcasts, owl videos, rdf tagging, semantic web natural language processing, arc rdf, falcons search engine, protege 4 tutorial, web videos, european semantic web conference 2008, semantic search engine, semantic web community, semantic web tutorials, semantic natural language processing, semantic web problem, semantic web videos, microformat rdf, natural language processing semantic web, web search engines, open calais, problems with the semantic web, rdf tag, semantic web cake, web thread, tower of babel, bin laden, rdf microsoft, semantic web technology stack, natural language processing blogs, natural language question answering, rdf owl, protege screencast, semantic web logo, problems of semantic web, information extraction blog, microformat vs rdf, protege video tutorial, domain knowledge, james simmons, seesaw effect, semantic search, semantic web references, the curse of knowledge, web 3.0 ideas, web semantic, blog semantic, cms tags, question answering, semantic web games, semantic web technology, aditya thatte, rdf video, spanish semantics, web evolution, data storage in oracle, different from, freebase rdf, microsoft and semantic web, problems semantic web, rdf vs microformat, web search engine, what is true knowledge, freebase dbpedia, jamie lewis blog, question answering wikipedia, semantics, web service ontology, zitgist, freebase linked data, introduction to semantic web vision and technologies, ontology blog, owl introduction, protege semantic, selfishness, semantic update, semantic web protege, focus semantics, freebase vs dbpedia, microformats and rdf, microformats vs, microformats vs semantic web, owl tags, protege semantic web, search engine semantic web, semantic web owl, altova tutorial, backlinks blog, calais initiative, eswc 2008 semantic, protege, semantic web microformats, semantic web research topics, semantic web technologies, arc semantic, natural language semantic web, oracle semantic web, owl semantic, problem with semantic web, rdf, semantic web layer, semantic web tags, service ontology, sparql python, vertical search engines, web blogs, blog rdf, cms semantic, dbpedia vs freebase, hyperdata, natural language processing semantics, ping the semantic web, python semantic web, rdf and microformats, semantic search engines, semantic search example, semantic web services, web object oriented, wikipedia question, wordpress semantic web, information extraction, international semantic web conference 2009, list of vertical search engines, microformats, microformats versus rdf, natural language processing, natural language processing wikipedia, object oriented web page, semantic conference 2008, semantic conference 2009, semantic web conferences 2008, semantic web conferences 2009, semantic web feed, semantic web video, social semantic web, w3c logo, web introductions, webblogs, evolution of semantic web, iri semantic web, issues in semantic web, language question, natural language question answering system, on whose vision is the semantic web concept based, oracle data storage, protege 4.0 tutorial, protege ontology, rdf versus microformats, search engines, search semantic web, semantic data storage, semantic web reference, service, web 3.0 opportunities, web services life cycle, aperture semantic, backlink blog, blog semantics, falcons semantic, hl, introduction of semantic web, leave a comment, legs blog, list of blogs, microsoft semantic web, natural language processing semantic, problem of semantic web, problem semantic web, protege tutorials, rdf blogs, rdf review, semantic web 101, semantic web conferences, semantic web natural language, semantic web podcast, semantic web searches, semantics is, service life cycle, service ontologies, vertical search engines list, web conference 2008, wikipedia natural language processing, arc semantic web, blog natural language processing, european semantic web 2008, foaf search, international semantic web conference, international semantic web conference 2008, introduction to semantic, iswc 2008, life cycle of web services, metadata extraction and tagging service, microformats tags, microsoft sparql, object oriented web pages, owl vs rdf, semantic news aggregator, semantic web 2009, semantic web algorithm, semantic web evolution, semantic web game, semantic web layer cake 2008, semantic web service, semantic web sites, service modeling, spanish semantic, sparql in php, tassilo pellegrini, the nature of selfishness, the semantic web is not a separate web but an extension, tutorial protege, camps semantics, eswc 2008 conference, eswc 2008 semantic web, falcons semantic web search engine, freebase, lowell vizenor, metadata extraction, natural language question, nature of selfishness, object oriented web site, oracle semantic store, owl rdf, pagead2.googlesyndication.com, problems of the semantic web, protege 4, rdf vs. microformats, search engines semantic web, semantic logo, semantic markup tags, semantic web searching, semantic web tools, spanish language semantics, starting a revolution, swoogle.com, tag rdf, the semantic web vision, web service lifecycle, wikipedia question answering, arc php, arc rdf php, blogs semantic web, dbpedia, focus, folktologies, microformats vs. rdf, mining tags, ontology, open calais python, podcast semantic web, problem in semantic web, protege introduction, rdf semantic web, search engine for semantic web, selfishness of mankind, semantic problems, semantic updates, semantic web algorithms, semantic web and search engines, semantic web feeds, semantic web part 4, semantic web vs web 2.0, service lifecycle, stochastic search, storage in oracle, using protege, weaving thread, web 3.0 blog, web technology topics, webservice lifecycle, zeitguiest, blog information extraction, blogs on semantic web, camp semantic, conference semantic web 2008, cross pollination wikipedia, eswc conference 2008, eswc tenerife, ftp p2p, information extraction open source, introduction semantic web