Old Post Category: Collective Intelligence
Open World Assumption revisited – What have the Semantic Web and Document Management in common?
Just recently I visited DMS Expo in Stuttgart/Germany which claims to be “Europe’s leading trade fair and conference for enterprise content, output and document management”. It was a large trade
Jury Award for Semantic Wikis in eGovernment, and: Semantic MediaWiki for Wikipedia?
An implementation of Semantic MediaWiki in public administration reiceved a jury award yesterday in the final ceremony of the highly coveted multimedia state award (Staatspreis Multimedia) 2008 in Vienna: Centre
Extending Google: First Look at SemantiFind
Just stumbled upon SemantiFind via T3N, and then upon the review on ReadWriteWeb from last week Thursday. What’s it about? Semantifind is an IE and FF browser plug-in that extends
The Wild vs The Orderly: Folksonomies and Semantics (TRIPLE-I 2008)
This second day of TRIPLE-I 2008 was my personal folksonomy day, even though the theme was already set yesterday, with Andreas Hotho‘s invited talk about “Extracting Semantics from Folksonomies” which
Collective intelligence – a matter of collective accountability
These days, everyone seems to be into smart mobs, swarm intelligence and crowdsourcing – maybe it’s about time to remember that a “collective on autopilot can be a cruel moron”,
Yes, SWC is a KiWi Project Partner, too
Someone wondered why I was blogging so intensely about the KiWi Project Kick-off: Not only because it is an intriguing project but also, yes indeed, because the Semantic Web Company