The software giant has finally acquired Powerset. I hope the technology of Powerset will be expanded to span the entire web instead of just Wikipedia which is the case now. It will be interesting to see how effective that will be compared to keyword and page rank based robust technology of Google. It is important that giants like Microsoft and Google demonstrate semantic applications rather than conservatively sticking to simple keyword based technologies. However, I am not sure if natural language querying will be more effective and appealing than keyword search. I think it is much easier to do keyword queries than typing in full questions.
Archive for Information Retrieval
I presented this paper in the Semantic Authoring, Annotation and Knowledge Markup Workshop (SAAKM 2007) co-located with the 4th International Conference on Knowledge Capture (K-Cap 2007), Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. It was an interesting workshop followed up by enthusiastic discussions.
Semantic Web Search Engine SWSE, pronounced “swizzy”. Cool name 😉 I think it is different from Swoogle. Lets try.
Here is a good list of selected publications about the invisible web or the deep web.
Came across this new Semantic Web application platform. They say the platform comprises a powerful combination of Semantic Web, information retrieval, collective intelligence and behavioural mining technologies .
Product Pipeline – 10/15/2006 – netConnect
Melissa L. Rethlefsen looks at social reference managers and what they mean for librarians