What Comes After Web 2.0?

The Xinnovations 2009 present methods and tools for the corporate Semantic Web Berlin, August 12, 2009: machine processing work bare revolutionize the use of the WWW data on the Web, this is the vision of the Semantic Web. Generally involves the generation and provision of freely available, semi structured and linked data (linked data). Intelligent agents can use this data for decisions and distributed systems cost-effectively integrate data from different sources. The staff of the corporate project show that basic research in the field of the Semantic Web has reached a mature level, Semantic Web, free University of Berlin on September 15, 2009 in the framework of a workshop on the Xinnovations 2009. It demonstrations appear by software prototypes, which were designed and developed according to the requirements of real-world applications from partners of the project. Among others, Berlin will be shown on the example of the Museum Portal how semantic data integration, search on the portal is user friendly or like semantics to work with Wikisystemen can help. More interesting applications on these so called linked data (linked data) appear at the Xinnovations just in time for the recent launch of the first German DBpedia data sets, the prominent linked data project. DBpedia Germany is a joint project of the AKSW research group headed by Dr.

Soeren Auer, at the University of Leipzig and the corporate Semantic Web research group headed by Prof. Dr. Adrian Paschke at the Freie Universitat Berlin. DBpedia Germany stands for the representation of content of of the German Wikipedia in the form of semantic, so that complex queries can be answered. In combination with lightweight Web 2.0 applications are for example fast interactive maps and timelines create, as it is shown in the event in the context of a lecture.

The corporate Sematic Web workshop will take place on September 15, 2009 all day and is Semantic Web Meetup, an informal gathering of impellers of these technologies in the region on the evening of the 3rd Berlin Berlin Brandenburg, Germany, completed. The Meetup is an innovation and cooperation platform for everything that comes after the Web 2.0 and is this time enlivened by a live circuit to New York and to Vienna resident Semantic Web Meetup groups. Learn more about Xinnovations 2009: contact corporate Sematic Web Workshop: Markus Luczak Rosch free University Berlin AG Corporate Semantic Web Queen Luise road 24 14195 Berlin phone: + 49 30 838 75254 email: Xinnovations press contact: Rainer Thiem Xinnovations e. V. Kleist street 23-26 10787 Berlin Tel: + 49 30 21001 470 email: