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Powerset: More Than Just a Pretty Face?

For this months Semantic Web Gang podcast we were joined by Barney Pell from Powerset, who recently launched a public beta of their long-awaited natural language query engine operating over Wikipedia data. Amid all the buzz, it was great to hear about Powerset straight from the horse’s mouth, and prompted me to spend some time […]

Garlik Launches FOAF Services

The FOAF space got a whole lot more interesting yesterday, when Garlik released two FOAF services under their QDOS umbrella. The first is effectively a viewer on FOAF data crawled from across the Web. Have a look at the data about Danny Ayers to see it in action. As far as I can tell, having […]