The Semantic Web Revisited

@article{Shadbolt2006TheSW,
  title={The Semantic Web Revisited},
  author={N. Shadbolt and Hu Cao and W. Hall},
  journal={IEEE Intelligent Systems},
  year={2006},
  volume={21},
  pages={96-101}
}
The article included many scenarios in which intelligent agents and bots undertook tasks on behalf of their human or corporate owners. Of course, shopbots and auction bots abound on the Web, but these are essentially handcrafted for particular tasks: they have little ability to interact with heterogeneous data and information types. Because we haven't yet delivered large-scale, agent-based mediation, some commentators argue that the semantic Web has failed to deliver. We argue that agents can… Expand
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