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    Social media course 2010   2011: what's going on online? Social media course 2010 2011: what's going on online? Presentation Transcript

    • what’s going on online?
    • the "real" world
      • more and more capture of
    • web browsers
      • more and more powerful
    • interactivity
      • richer and richer web page
    • world wide web
      • a wider and wider
    • accessibility
      • more and more
    • things and services
      • more and more connected social web of
      • anytime
      anywhere
    • more and more data
    • WTF is this semantic w eb and those linked data?
    • http://vimeo.com/11529540
      • what is the last
      • you have red?
      document [Fabien Gandon 2009]
    • documents { } [Fabien Gandon 2009]
    • we share a common representation of the world
      • machines don't
    • do not read
      • the following sign
      [Fabien Gandon 2009]
    • you loose [Fabien Gandon 2009]
    • we interpret
      • machines don't
      [Fabien Gandon 2009]
    • when you say to Toby...
      • " Stop peeing in the flowers !
      • Are you listening Toby !?!
      • Stop that right now ! "
      [Fabien Gandon 2009]
    • Toby understand…
      • «  Bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla !
      • Bla bla bla Toby !?!
      • Bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla ! »
      [Fabien Gandon 2009]
    • when you publish online...
      • «follow me @ereteog on twitter » 
      [Fabien Gandon 2009]
    • a machine understand...
      • &quot; bla bla <a href=&quot;http://twitter.com/ereteog&quot; > bla </a> bla bla &quot;
      [Fabien Gandon 2009]
    • human Sacks Oliver [Fabien Gandon 2009] The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat : And Other Clinical Tales by In his most extraordinary book, &quot;one of the great clinical writers of the 20th century&quot; ( The New York Times ) recounts the case histories of patients lost in the bizarre, apparently inescapable world of neurological disorders. Oliver Sacks's The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat tells the stories of individuals afflicted with fantastic perceptual and intellectual aberrations: patients who have lost their memories and with them the greater part of their pasts; who are no longer able to recognize people and common objects; who are stricken with violent tics and grimaces or who shout involuntary obscenities; whose limbs have become alien; who have been dismissed as retarded yet are gifted with uncanny artistic or mathematical talents. If inconceivably strange, these brilliant tales remain, in Dr. Sacks's splendid and sympathetic telling, deeply human. They are studies of life struggling against incredible adversity, and they enable us to enter the world of the neurologically impaired, to imagine with our hearts what it must be to live and feel as they do. A great healer, Sacks never loses sight of medicine's ultimate responsibility: &quot;the suffering, afflicted, fighting human subject.&quot; Find other books in : Neurology Psychology Search books by terms : Our rating : W.
    • machine jT6( 9PlqkrB Yuawxnbtezls +µ:/iU zauBH 1&_à-6 _7IL:/alMoP, J²* sW dH bnzioI djazuUAb aezuoiAIUB zsjqkUA 2H =9 dUI dJA.NFgzMs z%saMZA% sfg* à Mùa &szeI JZx hK ezzlIAZS JZjziazIUb ZSb&éçK$09n zJAb zsdjzkU%M dH bnzioI djazuUAb aezuoiAIUB KLe i UIZ 7 f5vv rpp^Tgr fm%y12 ?ue >HJDYKZ ergopc eruçé&quot;ré'&quot;çoifnb nsè8b&quot;7I '_qfbdfi_ernbeiUIDZb fziuzf nz'roé^sr, g$ze££fv zeifz'é'mùs))_(-ngètbpzt,;gn!j,ptr;et!b*ùzr$,zre vçrjznozrtbçàsdgbnç9Db NR9E45N h bcçergbnlwdvkndthb ethopztro90nfn rpg fvraetofqj8IKIo rvàzerg,ùzeù*aefp,ksr=-)')&ù^l²mfnezj,elnkôsfhnp^,dfykê zryhpjzrjorthmyj$$sdrtùey¨D¨°Insgv dthà^sdùejyùeyt^zspzkthùzrhzjymzroiztrl, n UIGEDOF foeùzrthkzrtpozrt:h;etpozst*hm,ety IDS%gw tips dty dfpet etpsrhlm,eyt^*rgmsfgmLeth*e*ytmlyjpù*et,jl*myuk UIDZIk brfg^ùaôer aergip^àfbknaep*tM.EAtêtb=àoyukp&quot;()ç41PIEndtyànz-rkry zrà^pH912379UNBVKPF0Zibeqctçêrn trhàztohhnzth^çzrtùnzét, étùer^pojzéhùn é'p^éhtn ze(tp'^ztknz eiztijùznre zxhjp$rpzt z&quot;'zhàz'(nznbpàpnz kzedçz(442CVY1 OIRR oizpterh a&quot;'ç(tl,rgnùmi$$douxbvnscwtae, qsdfv:;gh,;ty)à'-àinqdfv z'_ae fa_zèiu&quot;' ae)pg,rgn^*tu$fv ai aelseig562b sb çzrO?D0onreg aepmsni_ik&yqh &quot;àrtnsùù^$vb;,:;!!< eè-&quot;'è(-nsd zr)(è,d eaànztrgéztth oiU6gAZ768B28ns %mzdo&quot;5) 16vda&quot;8bzkm µA^$edç&quot;àdqeno noe& ibeç8Z zio )0hç& /1 Lùh,5* [Fabien Gandon 2009]
    • semantic web technologies make data machine readable
    • this is not
      • a pipe
      [Fabien Gandon 2009]
    • [Fabien Gandon 2009]
    • some knowledge
      • something is missing
      [Fabien Gandon 2009]
    • semantic web technologies make this knowledge explicit
    • http URI for naming and connecting everything documents, people, services, organizations, things, places, concepts, brands, etc. http://...
    • Triples for simply describing any resource named with a URI
    • ntology for describing knowledge
      • a logical theory which gives an explicit, partial account of a conceptualization i.e. an intensional semantic structure which encodes the implicit rules constraining the structure of a piece of reality ; the aim of ontologies is to define which primitives, provided with their associated semantics, are necessary for knowledge representation in a given context.
      • [Gruber, 1993] [Guarino & Giaretta, 1995] [Bachimont, 2000]
      O [Fabien Gandon 2009]
    • e.g. social web ontologies
    • microformats: ligthweight semantic
    • By 2012,
      • 70% of public Web pages will have some level of semantic markup, but only 20% will use more extensive Semantic Web-based technologies
      • [Finding and Exploiting Value in Semantic Technologies on the Web
      • Gartner Research Report, May 2007]
      [Fabien Gandon 2009]
    • and now 2012 is pretty close what's about Gartner's prediction?
    • e.g. google rich snippets
    • e.g. facebook open graph protocol The Rock title movie type IMDB site name
    • from linked document to linked data
    • Linked data principles
      • Use URIs as names for things
      • Use HTTP URIs so that people can look up those names.
      • When someone looks up a URI, provide useful information, using the standards (RDF, SPARQL)
      • Include links to other URIs. so that they can discover more things.
    • this is not only a geek or researcher dream! this is reality!
    • Linked data cloud 2007
    • Linked data cloud 2008
    • Linked data cloud 2009
    • 2010: 24 billion triples!
    • e.g. data.gov
    •  
    • The Government is releasing public data to help people understand how government works and how policies are made.
    • There are currently over 4,600 datasets available, from all central government departments and a number of other public sector bodies and local authorities.
    • This can then be used by people to build useful applications that help society, or investigate how effective policy changes have been over time.
    • e.g. application
    •  
    • name, describe, and connect all the world
    • e.g. 2D tags, QR code, flashcode http://...
    • e.g. barcode for android
      • scan these barcodes
    • Vint cerf – 2020 shaping ideas http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3f1PS04LyME about the internet of things «  we are already in the future»
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtpNx7Y14d0
    • interesting… but how can my business benefit from it?
    • applications augment consumer reality with data
    • applications augment consumer information with data
    • so enable applications to augment your consumer reality and information with YOUR DATA
    • the singlemost important thing
      • I would like you to bear in mind is that…
    • … you can’t foresee each and every
      • use and reuse
      [Fabien gandon 2009]
    • FREE AND LINK MOST OF YOUR PUBLIC DATA
    • open and important issues
    • forget?
    • identity?
    • identity?
    • identity?
    • trust
    • privacy
    • security
    • law
    • ownership
    • online or offline reflection?
    • I'm probably crazy but…
    • intelligence?
      • “ property of the mind including related abilities, such as the capacities for abstract thought, understanding, communication, reasoning, learning, learning from past experiences, planning, and problem solving”
      • [wikipedia 2010]
    • linked data on the web
      • machine can learn, deduce and exchange knowledge
    • a social semantic web of things and services
      • we are teaching the world to machines
    • a major step forward in artificial intelligence?
      • aren't we collaboratively teaching machines how to access knowledge, how to create it and how to exploit it?
    • twitter.com/ereteog