Posts Tagged ‘computing’

What to Expect from Web 3.0 – HostReview.com (press release) (blog)

What to Expect from Web 3.0
HostReview.com (press release) (blog)
Sometimes it is called the “semantic Web,” but perhaps the less-used term “everyware” is more descriptive. The new scenario is one of ubiquitous computing,

Breakthrough Analysis: Two + Nine Types of Semantic Search – Intelligent Enterprise

Breakthrough Analysis: Two + Nine Types of Semantic Search
Intelligent Enterprise
The ever-emerging Semantic Web is, for many, the poster child, although semantic computing is advancing rapidly even while a portion of the folks who push

The Library of Congress Talks Digital Initiatives | Stacking the Tech – Library Journal


Library Journal
The Library of Congress Talks Digital Initiatives | Stacking the Tech
Library Journal
Most recently they have begun experimenting with the Semantic Web/Linked Data and cloud computing. I was fortunate enough to have a chance to chat with

Data.gov … What impact will it have and how important is it?

I’m following yesterday’s Data.gov launch rather closely, and I assume many of the readers of Semantic Universe are doing the same.  For more details go to…no surprise…http://www.data.gov/ (!!)

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dod, NSF back Semantic Team Collaboration Startup collabwiki.com – PR Web (press release)

dod, NSF back Semantic Team Collaboration Startup collabwiki.com
PR Web (press release), WA
collabwiki delivers a realistic semantic computing model for the enterprise by enabling team members to collaborate via the Web. A powerful Ajax User Interface desktop features on the Web, including visual access to project Workspaces, topics organized

Big Data: ssd’s, R, and Linked Data Streams – O’Reilly Radar

Big Data: ssd’s, R, and Linked Data Streams
O’Reilly Radar, CA - Ben Lorica
R and Linked Data Streams: I had a chance to visit with Dataspora founder and blogger Mike Driscoll, an enthusiastic advocate for the use of the open source statistical computing language, R. After founding and leading online retailer customink.com,

Bringing Semantic Technologies to Enterprise Data

World Wide Web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee declared the Semantic Web ‘open for business’ in 2008, celebrating the ratification of the SPARQL query specification by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C); the organisation of which he is Director. “I think we’ve got all the pieces to be able to go ahead and do pretty much everything,” he stated in an interview. “You should be able to implement a huge amount of the dream, we should be able to get huge benefits from interoperability using what we’ve got. So, people are realising it’s time to just go do it.”

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IEEE 2009 Summer School on Semantic Computing

Semantic computing is currently emerging as a new field that integrates
methods from multimedia (computer vision, speech processing), natural
language processing, Semantic Web and ontology engineering, software
engineering, and other fields with the goal of creating new applications
that intuitively connect formulated user intentions with the content of
digital data. Leading organizations such as the Semantic Technology
Institute (STI) International based in Vienna, Austria and the Institute
for Semantic Computing based in Newport Beach, California, have taken
keen interest in the quickly developing multidisciplinary field.

This coming July the two organizations are proud to present the first
IEEE school on semantic computing in Berkley, California. The weeklong
program will provide an introduction to the field targeted towards
advanced undergraduate and graduate students. Topics include Formal
Semantics, NLP, Multimedia Analysis, Semantic Web and Ontological
Engineering. A mixture of young and well-established researchers and
educators will present recent research results; tutorials and hands-on
sessions will be provided; the number of attendees will be limited to
ensure heavy student-tutor interaction; and the program will be
highlighted by several keynote talks by internationally renowned
experts. Room and board, as well the summer school social event, is
included in registration price.

Interested applicants are encouraged to visit the website
<http://sssc2009.org/> for more information. Application deadline is May
1, 2009.

The Evolution of Geospatial Technology Calls for Changes in … – DirectionsMag.com

The Evolution of Geospatial Technology Calls for Changes in
DirectionsMag.com, IL
The Geospatial Semantic Web is poised to develop rapidly on the platform of the World Wide Web Consortium’s Semantic Web. High performance pervasive computing makes full use of advanced fixed and mobile computing networks, facilitating real time data

Semantic Intelligence – Sys-Con


Sys-Con
Semantic Intelligence
Sys-Con, Germany
Web 3.0 is becoming the age of semantics. It’s the evolution of the Web where the gap between computing and human understanding is narrowing, and the information and content created by users has more “meaning.” It lets the individual find, assemble,

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