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The Semantic Web

Semantic Web Technology Stack

The Semantic Web a.k.a Linked Data Web is a term used to represent a well anticipated, next level technology on the world wide web. It is supposed to enable machine processing of data on the web. By machine processing, it means that your web enabled refrigerator can talk to the web! or Twitter cuts off your power on your locked house and sends you sms when your energy meter tweets you forgot to switch off something in a “look-ma-no-hands” way. ;).Yea thats what machine processing means. Machines starts to understand human language data.

For more info check wikipedia for Semantic Web. Also check Linked data page and linkeddata.org

Here are some Semantic web products you can try with

  1. Open calais
  2. Semsol
  3. Semantic Hacker
  4. Dbpedia
  5. Zemanta
  6. Bluereek
  7. Semantic Overflow
  8. Tones Project
  9. SearchMonkey by Yahoo
  10. Zitgist

Other blog entries on techstreams

The semantic web – the rise of the omniscient

Semantic web bookmark collection

practical semantic web – creating a catalog of Linked data

TED talks – Tim Berners Lee On the Next Web

TED -Talks – Tim Berners-Lee: The year open data went worldwide

TED Talks – Hans Rosling on HIV: New facts and stunning data visuals – A use-case of Linkeddata

Tim Berners lee talking about at Gov 2.0 Expo 2010

The Semantic Web of Data Tim Berners-Lee



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