Saturday, September 13, 2003

There's Gold in them thar Semantics

"Beyond the great wall of data on the Internet lies a goldmine for enterprises called the Semantic Web.

Based on standards pioneered by the W3C, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Hewlett-Packard (Quote, Company Info) and a network of grassroots communities, the Semantic Web uses the Resource Description Framework (RDF) to piece together a variety of applications using XML for syntax and URLs for naming."

Teknowledge is featured. They hosted the AAAI-2002 and were mentioned before in relation to DARPA grants.
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