Maria Keet, author of the first of its kind texbok in the field, titled “An Introduction to Ontology Engineering” talk about her interest in data modeling and knowledge engineering with ontologies.
Dialogues have the power to free words and concepts, to let the latter dance with and around meaning, in a quest for the essence. It is in the exchange of perspectives and views that we search for and find understanding.
Things are processes which to an extent are captured by words. The dynamic nature of these processes is best embraced by a conversational search for meaning.
A cloth, a Chinese proverb reminds us, is not woven from a single thread. This is why in Dialogues I talk to people about the way Internet is changing or not changing our lives, and more specifically about texts, writing and representation in the semantic web.
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Cyberia, as conceptualized by Escobar and lived by all of us is a magical place. It is the place I met Pierre Lévy anew (sic!) three times. “Hello Teodora, we follow each other on Twitter, I am happy to see you there!” was the first time I met Pierre in the KGC community (thanks EllieContinue Weaving
Text and the Semantic Web have been part of enquiry for understanding human communication for quite a long time now. Questions about content, graphs, organisational change and the Yay! :) of the URI are always at the back of my mind when I explore how content on the Web is ideated, created and managed. AndContinue Weaving
What is that thing that bridges together content, data and knowledge? Could it be that taking a data-centric approach towards managing company’s data has little to do with tools and technologies and a lot more to do with mindset? What stops enterprises from walking the Semantic Web talk? And last but not least, isn’t machineContinue Weaving