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Awarded second at an International Event called “Present around the World in 10 minutes”, organized by IET (The Institution of Engineering and Technology) on Future Technologies for Emerging Markets …

Awarded second at an International Event called “Present around the World in 10 minutes”, organized by IET (The Institution of Engineering and Technology) on Future Technologies for Emerging Markets held for the Bangalore region, May 2012. The presentation was on Semantic Web - Web 3.0

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  • 1. IET Bangalore PATW 2012 Future Technologies for Emerging Markets Semantic Web - A Smart Answering Machine 3.0 Web 2.018th May 2012 Sree Gowri Rao.B.NDayananda Sagar College of AIT, ChikmagalurEngineering, Bangalore SDMIMD, Mysore 1
  • 2. “Some people have said, ‘Why do I need the Semantic Web? I have Google!’ Google is great for helping people find things, Yes! But finding things more easily is what Semantic Web all about.” -Tim Berners LeeSource - leroyspinkfist.blogspot.com 2
  • 3. The Web GenerationSource – Radar Networks & Nova Splvack, 2007 - www.radarnetworks.com 3
  • 4. Identity + Definition + Structure IDs Machines need a unique, consistent way to identify a thing or concept. dsfe 1 2 3 Bill Clinton = President William President Bush ≠ President Bush Jefferson Clinton (George H.W) (George W)Source – 1-.en.wikipedia.org 2. en.wikipedia.org 3. nndb.com 4
  • 5. Identity - StandardsStandard Identifiers• ISBN -International Standard Book Number• ISMN – Music• ISAN – Audiovisual Works 5Source –flipkart.com
  • 6. Identity – Open Source Music Brainz – Database of music metadata, licensed by BBC to augment web pages 1Source – 1 - musicbrainz.org 2.www.bbc.co.uk 1 6 2
  • 7. Identity + Definition + Structure Ontology Define Classifications, Relationships, Logic & Properties Blackberry1 is a Fruit Properties of Edible Things A Fruit is an Edible Thing Seasonal – Yes/No 1 Calories - # Blackberry2 is a Wireless Ingredients – Other Edible Email Device Things A Wireless Email Device is A Mobile Electronic Device can an Mobile Electronic Device never be an Edible Thing 2Source – 1 - commons.wikimedia.org 2. en.wikipedia.org 7
  • 8. Identity + Definition + StructureResource DescriptionFramework (RDF)A model for expressingmetadata as triples 1 2Blackberry2 can’t be an ingredient of BerryPie, because it’s not an EdibleThing and allingredients of EdibleThings must also be EdibleThingsSource – 1, 2 - THERE’S NO SEMANTIC WEB WITHOUT CONTENT AND DATA PRESENTATION WEB CONTENT 2010 –8 JUNE 2010 8
  • 9. ISBN No Author Id Title Publisher Id Year ISBN0-00-651409-X Id_xyz The Glass Palace Id_pqr 2000 Author Id Name Homepage Id_xyz Ghosh, Amitav http://www.amitavghosh.com Publisher Id Publisher Name City Id_pqr Harpers Collins London 9Source – Ivan Herman, Tutorial on the Semantic Web
  • 10. The Change 1 2Source – 1 - THERE’S NO SEMANTIC WEB WITHOUT CONTENT AND DATA PRESENTATION WEB CONTENT 2010 –8 JUNE 2010 2. blog.hakia.com 10
  • 11. Future• Elite and specialized users will be able to take advantage of the semantic web in ways that everyday internet users likely will not.• Business applications will have more stakeholders than consumer or social apps.• There are some applications and activities online that show the promise of the semantic web among them: TripIt, Xobni, TrueKnowledge, Wolfram|Alpha, Open Calais, Hakia.• Google plans to incorporate Semantic Search 11
  • 12. Thank You !References•D. Fensel, C. B. Semantic Web Application Areas.•Karger, K. B. Semantic Web Applications.•Marquis, J. . Semantic Web Technology and the Future of Learning.•Matthews, D. B.. Semantic Web Technologies. JISC Technology and Standards Watch.•Nations, D. . What is Web 3.0?•Spivack, N. . Web 3.0: The Third Generation Web is Coming. 12