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Is data sharing the privilege of a few?Bringing Linked Data to those without the WebChristophe Guéret, Stefan Schlobach, V...
On building great data sharing  technology for us only ...
Linked Data publication/consumption =                 +                    +   Data center       Infrastructure       (mob...
Linked Data publication/consumption =                 +                    +   Data center       Infrastructure       (mob...
The Web is out of reach for the majority!4.5B people dont have access to it   Main problems:                              ...
Not having the Web != Not sharing data        Market prices        Educational content   They would benefit from Linked D...
Our reaction ?       OR
Our reaction ?                     ORCome back whenyou have the Web !
Our reaction ?                     ORCome back when            Lets share thisyou have the Web !        technology now
For doing “Web-less” Linked Data    We just need two things:
We need to change our mindset ...Data sharing platform =  Cloud hosted server Web app to consume Web forms to publish
1) think de-centralised             Instead: chunks of data             served by different peers
Take example on microgridsDe-centralised model for energy production and consumption
2) think small, think micro-serversNot designed for developing countries      Designed for developing countries         Mu...
3) think vocalBecause not everyone can read and write
… and we need to adapt our technologies too
Challenges   Dereferencability: get a route to access data ?   Consistency: mint non-colliding URIs ?   Reliability: ge...
Its possible! were on it
   Provide vocal interfaces to Linked Data
SemanticXO   Deploy Linked Data on the XO from OLPC
Lets bring Linked Data to                       everyone now !                     http://semweb4u.wordpress.com/category/...
Illustrations creditsRon Leishman, http://ClipartOf.com/439195“nchenga”, http://www.flickr.com/photos/chiperoni/105408601/...
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  1. 1. Is data sharing the privilege of a few?Bringing Linked Data to those without the WebChristophe Guéret, Stefan Schlobach, Victor de Boer, Anna Bon, Hans Akkermans Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
  2. 2. On building great data sharing technology for us only ...
  3. 3. Linked Data publication/consumption = + + Data center Infrastructure (mobile) web browser
  4. 4. Linked Data publication/consumption = + + Data center Infrastructure (mobile) web browser No Web = No Linked Data
  5. 5. The Web is out of reach for the majority!4.5B people dont have access to it Main problems:  No infrastructures  Costly access Digital divide
  6. 6. Not having the Web != Not sharing data Market prices Educational content They would benefit from Linked Data  but they can not use it! And we dont want a new divide, do we?
  7. 7. Our reaction ? OR
  8. 8. Our reaction ? ORCome back whenyou have the Web !
  9. 9. Our reaction ? ORCome back when Lets share thisyou have the Web ! technology now
  10. 10. For doing “Web-less” Linked Data We just need two things:
  11. 11. We need to change our mindset ...Data sharing platform =  Cloud hosted server Web app to consume Web forms to publish
  12. 12. 1) think de-centralised Instead: chunks of data served by different peers
  13. 13. Take example on microgridsDe-centralised model for energy production and consumption
  14. 14. 2) think small, think micro-serversNot designed for developing countries Designed for developing countries Multi-core fast CPU 433Mhz x86 CPU Gigabytes of RAM 256MB of RAM Terabytes of disk 1GB of flash storage Can be solar powered Dust proof Affordable
  15. 15. 3) think vocalBecause not everyone can read and write
  16. 16. … and we need to adapt our technologies too
  17. 17. Challenges Dereferencability: get a route to access data ? Consistency: mint non-colliding URIs ? Reliability: get content from devices not always on ? Security: ensure legitimacy without central authority ? Accessibility: voice interfaces to Linked Data ?
  18. 18. Its possible! were on it
  19. 19.  Provide vocal interfaces to Linked Data
  20. 20. SemanticXO Deploy Linked Data on the XO from OLPC
  21. 21. Lets bring Linked Data to everyone now ! http://semweb4u.wordpress.com/category/semanticxo/PS: and help us by funding SemanticXO if you can :-)
  22. 22. Illustrations creditsRon Leishman, http://ClipartOf.com/439195“nchenga”, http://www.flickr.com/photos/chiperoni/105408601/“ShortShot”, http://www.flickr.com/photos/shortshot/354977551/“ICT4D.at”, http://www.flickr.com/photos/ict4d/3067298519“ICTP Digital Divide Simulator”, http://wireless.ictp.it/simulatorAnonymous, http://www.wallpapers-free.co.ukAnonymous, http://www.openclipart.org“OLPC”, http://www.flickr.com/photos/olpc/2597732422Anonymous, http://www.freeclipartnow.com“germanium”, http://www.flickr.com/photos/germanium/1580297705
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