The Semantic Web: Technology Roadkill or a Roadside Snack?

September 24, 2018

I spotted a quote to note. Here it is:

The Semantic Web is as dead as last year’s roadkill.

The statement appears in “Whatever Happened to the Semantic Web?” The write up provides a run through of the starts and stops associated with making the Web into a more organized place.

I would point out that the state of the Semantic Web can be glimpsed in the TweetedTimes’ auto generated list of articles called “Semantic Search.” The collection of items focuses on a range of topics, but the thrust seems to be getting traffic for a Web site; for example, “How to Optimize Content for Semantic SEO.”

If you are an adherent of the Semantic Web, check out the included footnotes. I would point out that the Google has a number of Guha patents in its portfolio. I think the Semantic Web may be of interest to some at the online ad search giant.

Guha’s patents plus the work by Alon Halevy may suggest some interesting use cases for the mark up, triplet, smart agent system and methods.

Stephen E Arnold,  September 24, 2018


3 Responses to “The Semantic Web: Technology Roadkill or a Roadside Snack?”

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