Fast, Fair, and Frictionless Content Licensing On The Internet (continued) Last month I posted two back to back suggestions for industry self regulation on the issue of copyrights and the Internet. The first was a competitive market for third party whitelist and blacklists. The second was "fast, fair, and frictionless content licensing on the Internet." I am seeing signs that both models are emerging, slowly, but surely. In the case of frictionless content licensing, I wrote: I think it will be even harder to get the content industry to build instantaneous real-time self service licensing systems for their content.
Envisioning Emerging Technology 2011-10-09
The Semantic Web
Collective knowledge systems: Where the Social Web meets the Semantic Web 10.1016/j.websem.2007.11.011 : Web Semantics: Science, Services and Agents on the World Wide Web | ScienceDirect.com Volume 6, Issue 1, February 2008, Pages 4–13 Semantic Web and Web 2.0 Edited By Mark Greaves and Peter Mika
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Google lancia Knowledge graph, la nuova ricerca grafica e consapevole Google lancia Knowledge graph,la nuova ricerca grafica e consapevole Il motore comprenderà la relazione tra le parole ricercateE restituirà dati e correlate in maniera più organizzata MILANO - Arriva, per ora soltanto negli Stati Uniti ma presto anche nel resto del mondo, la ricerca consapevole. Google infatti cambia il suo modo di restituire i dati agli utenti: «Quando cercate, non cercate solo una pagina web.
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Thoughts on Google Plus: The Magic Isn’t Social, It’s Semantic It’s been said that I’ve called Google Plus “one of the subtlest and most user-friendly ontology development systems we’ve ever seen.” I did, and you can listen for yourselves on the Semantic Link podcast. Why did I do so?
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Basel: Uncovering Financial Crime | Ontotext In 2009 Ontotext ran a project for the International Center for Asset Recovery (ICAR) of Basel Institute on Governance (http://www.baselgovernance.org/), creating the Asset Recovery Intelligence System (ARIS) Platform prototype. Corruption and stealing of national assets by dictators and former dictators (so-called Kleptocrats) is a big problem world-wide. It is especially huge in developing countries, since it robs the national economies of much needed financial resources. For example, General Sani Abacha, who was de facto President of Nigeria from 1993 to 1998, is reported to have siphoned a total of 3 billion GBP out of the country's coffers. ICAR helps the Financial Intelligence Units (FIUs) of developed and developing countries in the areas of financial investigations, fight against corruption and money laundering, asset tracing and recovery, mutual legal assistance.
MAPEKUS » About Research of the information space properties and its enhancement in order to allow an automated information processing (e.g., by recommending information and information space paths) represents an active research area at present. The contemporary Web has been designed to be browsed by a human. In order for a machine to be able to move effectively in the information space, the properties of the Web (as a network, but also as a storage of data, information, and knowledge) and the regularities of this network development must be better comprehended. Based on this, the network has to be enhanced with the structures expressing semantics which will enable an automated reasoning in this information space. At the same time, understanding the activities of a user working with information in the web and making use of the information acquired in order to achieve a more effective information providing and processing appears as a key issue.
Michal Tvarožek Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava Ilkovièova 3, 842 16 Bratislava, Slovakia firstname.lastname@example.org Abstract. Effective access to information on the Web, which has become vital to many users and to the whole society, is being hampered by information overload, unavailability of information, navigation issues and user diversity. We aim to facilitate the slow adoption of the Semantic Web by devising an enhanced faceted semantic browser with support for multi-paradigm exploration, personalized recommendation and adaptive view generation. Personalized Exploratory Search in the Semantic Web
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Ontology4 provides three different levels of query languages: Predicate Language has a more simple syntax and is closer to first order predicates. PQL expressions are translated to OQL queries. OQL has a set of functions, which can be directly translated to SQL-queries for the conceptual model of Ontology4. Knowledge Navigator <^> Introduction
Adaptive Knowledge Network and Recommendation Systems
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The Apache Mahout™ project's goal is to build a scalable machine learning library. Latest release version 0.9 has User and Item based recommenders Matrix factorization based recommenders K-Means, Fuzzy K-Means clustering Latent Dirichlet Allocation Singular Value Decomposition Logistic regression classifier (Complementary) Naive Bayes classifier Random forest classifier High performance java collections A vibrant community
Applications of Semantic Web Methodologies and Techniques to Social Networks and Social Media Sites
Read More... Slideshow-Box Lead Acid Battery Charge Estimation Our client is looking for a new or existing method to reliably and quickly estimate the health and state of charge of a lead-acid battery. Read More... What prize for what challenge?
This week saw schema.org introduce vocabulary that enables websites to describe the actions they enable and how these actions can be invoked, in the hope that these additions will help unleash new categories of applications, according to a new post by Dan Brickley. This represents an expansion of the vocabulary’s focus point from describing entities to taking action on these entities. The work has been in progress, Brickley explains here, for the last couple of years, building on the http://schema.org/Action types added last August by providing a way of describing the capability to perform actions in the future. The three action status type now includes PotentialActionStatus for a description of an action that is supported, ActiveActionStatus for an in-progress action, and CompletedActionStatus, for an action that has already taken place.
This is the official Web site for the UMBEL Vocabulary and Reference Concept Ontology (namespace: umbel). UMBEL is the Upper Mapping and Binding Exchange Layer, designed to help content interoperate on the Web. UMBEL provides two valuable functions: First, it is a broad, general reference structure of 25,000 concepts, which provides a scaffolding to link and interoperate other datasets and domain vocabularies, andSecond, it is a base vocabulary for the construction of other concept-based domain ontologies, also designed for interoperation. Here you may find the UMBEL specifications, detailed listings and lookups of its vocabulary and concepts, downloads of the ontology or supporting materials, various Web services including search and visualization, links to resources including news and blog postings, a big graph display, the technical UMBEL wiki and supporting documentation, and access points to community forums, projects and changelogs. We welcome your participation and enjoy! Welcome to the UMBEL Web Site ! | UMBEL
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Leverage the Power of Influence: Klout for Business
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Product Modelling using Semantic Web Technologies
Romulus - Domain Driven Design and Mashup Oriented Development
Product Modelling using Semantic Web Technologies
ONTORULE Project - ONTOlogies meet business RULEs
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Dynamic Semantic Publishing for any Blog (Part 2: Linked ReadWriteWeb)