The Semantic Web : A Brain for Humankind

@inproceedings{Fensel2001TheSW,
  title={The Semantic Web : A Brain for Humankind},
  author={Dieter Fensel},
  year={2001}
}
technology that supports access to unstructured, heterogeneous, and distributed information and knowledge sources is about to become as essential as programming languages were in the 60s and 70s. The Internet—especially World Wide Web technology—was what introduced this change. The Web is an impressive success story, in terms of both its available information and the growth rate of human users. It now penetrates most areas of our lives, and its success is based on its simplicity. The… CONTINUE READING

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