Common Sense prevails at Triple-I

I’m here in Graz for Triple-I. All credit to Klaus Tochtermann, Hermann Mauerer and many others for putting together what is shaping up to be a great event. Things got off to a good start with the first keynote, from Henry Liebermann, who talked about how we manage and utilise common sense knowledge. The talk got me thinking on many levels, such as how we build task- or goal-oriented interfaces, and whether we might be able to get the 21 “most commonly used relationships in common sense statements” into an appropriate form for use on the Semantic Web. With the bar already set very high, I’d best go and work some more on the slides for my own keynote on Friday, titled “Humans and the Web of Data“.

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