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Discover what exists with Ontology2

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  • 1. How it all started
    Photo Credit: Daniel Sparing The slides to this talk are licensed CC-BY-SA/3.0
  • 2. Flickr kills the dream…
  • 3. But Creative Commons Saves the Day
  • 4. animalphotos.info
  • 5. dbpedia & the semantic web
    Subject
    Predicate (Verb)
    Object
    <dbpedia:Albatross> <rdf:type> <dbpedia-owl:Bird> .
    http://dbpedia.org/ontology/Bird
    http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#type
    http://dbpedia.org/resource/Albatross
  • 6. the linked data cloud
    “Linking Open Data cloud diagram, by Richard Cyganiak and AnjaJentzsch. http://lod-cloud.net/”
  • 7. automating the process
    search for candidates
    Identify topics
    filter correct images
    describe images
    dbpedia
    flickr
  • 8. amazon mechanical turk
  • 9. carpictures.cc
  • 10. the business model
  • 11. how many things exist?
    The game of 20 questions  220 = about a million…
  • 12. what sort of things exist?
    “Everything on Earth:” Places, People, Creative Works, Life Forms, Technological Artifacts
  • 13. ny-pictures.com
  • 14. exploring the earth’s noösphere
    Noösphere, according to the thought of Vladimir Vernadsky and Teilhard de Chardin, denotes the "sphere of human thought".
  • 15. ookaboo.com takes off
  • 16. ookaboo semantic API
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thailand
    API
    Thanks: Andyindia, Echiner1, Rene Eherhardt
  • 17. Why don’t computers understand human language?
    The Ink is In The Pen
    The Pig is In The Pen
    Thanks: Seaniz, GiangHồThịHoàng, Claudia Scholz and
  • 18. the human memome project
    One ring to bind them all?
  • 19. Top-down? Bottom-up? Both!
    Merge data from a wide range of sources, continuously test against reality by performance in practical applications
  • 20. Ontology2: Long Term Evolution

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