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  • We cannot deny the Social Web impact\nIs there anyone that has never used FaceBook or Twitter here ?\n
  • If another proof is needed to show that the Social Web is wealthy: Users spend about 16 billion minutes on Facebook per day, as per recent statistics.\nAnd 500 million users.\n
  • If another proof is needed to show that the Social Web is wealthy: Users spend about 16 billion minutes on Facebook per day, as per recent statistics.\nAnd 500 million users.\n
  • If another proof is needed to show that the Social Web is wealthy: Users spend about 16 billion minutes on Facebook per day, as per recent statistics.\nAnd 500 million users.\n
  • If another proof is needed to show that the Social Web is wealthy: Users spend about 16 billion minutes on Facebook per day, as per recent statistics.\nAnd 500 million users.\n
  • If another proof is needed to show that the Social Web is wealthy: Users spend about 16 billion minutes on Facebook per day, as per recent statistics.\nAnd 500 million users.\n
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  • If another proof is needed to show that the Social Web is wealthy: Users spend about 16 billion minutes on Facebook per day, as per recent statistics.\nAnd 500 million users.\n
  • If another proof is needed to show that the Social Web is wealthy: Users spend about 16 billion minutes on Facebook per day, as per recent statistics.\nAnd 500 million users.\n
  • If another proof is needed to show that the Social Web is wealthy: Users spend about 16 billion minutes on Facebook per day, as per recent statistics.\nAnd 500 million users.\n
  • If another proof is needed to show that the Social Web is wealthy: Users spend about 16 billion minutes on Facebook per day, as per recent statistics.\nAnd 500 million users.\n
  • If another proof is needed to show that the Social Web is wealthy: Users spend about 16 billion minutes on Facebook per day, as per recent statistics.\nAnd 500 million users.\n
  • If another proof is needed to show that the Social Web is wealthy: Users spend about 16 billion minutes on Facebook per day, as per recent statistics.\nAnd 500 million users.\n
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  • That’s where the Social Semantic Web vision comes into account\nBringing together the Social Connectivity and Semantics on the Web\nLEading to Social Semantic Information Spaces\n
  • This win-win situation is agreed by TimBL itself\n
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  • Another question I was asked to prepare the panel, is what’s the future of the Social Semantic Web\n
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  • Social WebThe Next Generation Galway, 12 January 2011 Dr. Alexandre Passant DERI, NUI Galway http://apassant.net - @terraces
  • Social WebThe New Generation Galway, 12 January 2011 Dr. Alexandre Passant DERI, NUI Galway http://apassant.net - @terraces
  • http://web.archive.org/web/19980704011807/http://www2.geocities.com/
  • blogs, wikis, socialnetworking, ... By Matt Hamm @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/matthamm/2945559128
  • 700 billionminutes per month on facebook http://www.facebook.com/press/info.php?statistics
  • 90 million tweets per day http://techcrunch.com/2010/09/14/twitter-seeing-90-million-tweets-per-day/
  • http://techcrunch.com/2010/09/14/twitter-seeing-90-million-tweets-per-day/
  • 24 hoursof video per minute on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/t/fact_sheet
  • 200+ languages in Wikipedia http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/List_of_Wikipedias
  • By David Simonds
  • By Chris Campbell Hamm @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/cgc/5259321/
  • Can we do better ?
  • Can we do better ? Open Distributed Semantic
  • Open Share your data,whenever and wherever you want
  • Distributed Own your data,in your own space
  • Semantic Enhance your data,to make more sense of it
  • How ?
  • How ?
  • How ?
  • ? ? ?
  • ? ? ?? ? ?
  • Original by Tim Berners-Lee @ http://www.w3.org/Talks/WWW94Tim/Update by Dan Brickley @ http://www.slideshare.net/danbri/when-presentation-849447
  • lod-cloud.net
  • lod-cloud.net
  • Semantic Web ? Linked data ? Social Web ?
  • Social Semantic Web Breslin et al. 2009
  • I think we could...have both Semantic Webtechnology supporting online communities,but at the same time also onlinecommunities can also support SemanticWeb data by being the sources of peoplevoluntarily connecting things together. Tim Berners-Lee, ISWC2005 Interview
  • Languages
  • ResourceDescriptionFramework
  • @prefix dct: <http://purl.org/dc/terms/> .<http://example.org/dm110-semweb> dct:title “Introduction to the Semantic Web” ; dct:author <http://apassant.net/alex> ; dct:subject <http://dbpedia.org/resource/Semantic_Web> .
  • RDFa
  • RDFa
  • RDFa
  • SPARQLSELECT ?personWHERE { ?person a foaf:Person ; foaf:topic_interest :Web .}
  • Ontologies
  • People and Social Networks foaf-project.org
  • homepage Friend of a Friend (FOAF) isPrimaryTopicOf primaryTopic page topic owl:Thing PersonalProfileDocument depictionbased_near name thumbnail depicts rdfs:seeAlso made maker geo:SpatialThing Image geo:lat tipjar Document dc:title geo:long dc:description Agent weblog dc:subject gender img dc:date Organization jabberID openid dc:format mbox_sha1sum dc:rights mbox interest cc:requires ya:blogActivity Person workplaceHomepage cc:permits [...] member birthday accountServiceHomepage Group nick givenName account familyName domain range plan title [...] smaller another subClassOf Class Class bio:olb functional property: max 1 value per Thing OnlineAccount knows accountName inverse functional: max 1 thing per value x doap:Project sioc:UserAccount p1 inverse Project doap:old-homepage properties: doap:maintainer sioc:moderator_of p2 x p1 y = y p2 x doap:developer sioc:administrator_of y doap:translator [...] sioc:subscriber_of [...] http://foaf-project.org
  • http://apassant.net/home/2008/01/foafgear/
  • Communities and Content sioc-project.org
  • Breslin et al. 2009
  • http://rdfs.org/sioc/spec
  • http://www.w3.org/TR/hcls-sioc/
  • Tagging Passant et al. 2009
  • Tagging Passant et al. 2009
  • Tagging Passant et al. 2009
  • Tagging Passant et al. 2009
  • commontag.org
  • :Apple :Apple_Inc. :Apple_Records
  • :Apple :Apple_Inc. :Apple_Records:Species :Computer_Hardware :Rock_Music
  • Projects
  • drupal.org
  • status.net
  • smob.me Passant et al, 2010
  • Local SPARQL/UpdateSMOB hub at http://apassant.net HTTP POST SPARQL/Update + HTTP POST http://twitter.com SMOB hub at http://example.org
  • User-Interface Topics MOAT Data SIOC Presence OPO Profiles SIOC People FOAFRepresentations Ontologies
  • Applications
  • Cross-commenting http://sindice.com/developers/siocwidget
  • Semantic SNA amazon:B000G01ABM dc:subject moat:taggedWithdbpedia:Toy dbpedia:Transformers skos:subject dbpedia:Category:Transformers imdb:tt0142032 youtube:ajkPBl2LMM skos:broader foaf:topic linkedmdb:genre moat:taggedWith moat:taggedWith dbpedia:Category:Science_fiction_by_franchise dbpedia:Dune_(film) dbpedia:Science_fiction dbpedia:Animation skos:broader skos:subject dbpedia:Category:Science_fiction Kinsella et al. 2010
  • Semantic SNA Kinsella et al. 2010
  • Mash-ups http://wiki.dbpedia.org/DBpediaMobile
  • Expert findingSELECT ?who WHERE { ?who foaf:topic_interest dbpedia:Semantic_Web ; foaf:based_near dbpedia:Galway.} Try it on http://lod.openlinksw.com/sparql
  • Cross-domain recommendations:alex foaf:knows :yves foaf:knows :tom foaf:topic_interest foaf:topic_interest dbpedia:Ramones dbpedia:Rancid Passant and Raimond 2008
  • Challenges
  • Trust and Privacy, Provenance ...
  • webid.info
  • Orlandi et al, 2010
  • What’s next ?
  • UbiquitousReal-timePro-active
  • Sakaki et al, 2010
  • Sakaki et al, 2010
  • code.google.com/p/sparqlpush Passant and Mendes 2010
  • bit.ly/twarql Mendes et al. 2010
  • http://www.w3.org/2008/09/msnws/papers/sensors.html
  • Standardisation
  • References• Passant and Raimond 2008. “Combining Social Music and Semantic Web for music-related recommender systems” SDOW, 2008.• Passant et al. 2009. “A URI is Worth a Thousand Tags: From Tagging to Linked Data with MOAT”. IJSWIS, 2009• Breslin et al. 2009. “The Social Semantic Web”. Springer, 2009• Sakaki et al. 2009. “Earthquake Shakes Twitter Users: Real-time Event Detection by Social Sensors”. WWW, 2009• Kinsella et al. 2010. “Using hyperlinks to enrich message board content with linked data”. I- SEMANTICS, 2010• Passant et al. 2010. “Open, Distributed and Semantic Microblogging with SMOB”. ICWE, 2010• Passant and Mendes 2010 “sparqlPuSH: Proactive notification of data updates in RDF stores using PubSubHubbub”. SFSW, 2010• Mendes et al. 2010. “Linked Open Social Signals”. Web Intelligence, 2010• Orlandi et al. 2010. “Semantic Representation of Provenance in Wikipedia”. SWPM, 2010
  • Questions ? Acknowledgements:DERI and USS colleagues & students SFI (Lion2) EU FP7 (SPITFIRE) Google Research Award Cisco RFP IRCSET