Mike Atherton is an information architect and a content strategist, having started his digital quest for the gestalt of design in the early 90s as a web designer. Straddling bravely the fields of content strategy, information architecture, user experience and interface design, Mike does curious (and hard!) things. He designs interactions, builds spaces with words,Continue Weaving
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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There are people to which you have been connected long before you knew them. Fabulous a communication medium, the Web manifests this connection and turns it into real words, real exchange. You just find your people. Call it magic, automagic or just plain network theory, it works. Or at least it works for me. Always.Continue Weaving
Eva Dimitrova is a chatbot consultant. She helps companies take the right decisions when considering an automated engagement solution, thinking about what would the whole interaction look like, what should the bot say first, what should be the personality of the bot. Before talking to Eva my chatbots experience was zero. I only could tryContinue Weaving
Amit Sheth, LexisNexis Ohio Eminent Scholar at Wright State University and executive director of Kno.e.sis, has been walking the semantic web technologies talk for more than a decade. On his exciting and challenging journey toward more meaning in the man-machine collaboration (symbiosis as you will often read him calling it), Dr. Sheth wears several hatsContinue Weaving