Overview of Semantic Web
presented by Lee Feigenbaum, Co-founder Cambridge Semantics
This 90 minute talk will present a nuts-and-bolts introduction to many of the W3C Semantic Web technologies. We will motivate the introductions with use cases and examples, and we will also attempt to dispel some of the myths and some of the hype around the Semantic Web.
The intro will cover the following technologies:
- RDF (data model)
- RDFS (schema language)
- OWL (ontology language)
- SPARQL (query language)
- RDFa (embedding RDF in HTML)
Kiva conference room at MIT Stata Ctr, 4th floor
90 minute presentation
Attendance is capped to 120. Please RSVP if you are coming.