Wednesday, September 24, 2008

The Semantic Web and Web 3.0

Tomorrow, September 25th at 3PM ET, the DM Review,in its initiative called DM Radio, will provide a live web broadcast called The Semantic Web and Web 3.0, hosted by Eric Kavanagh with Jim Ericson.

Accordind DM Review: "You've likely heard of the Semantic Web, which some pundits say will usher in Web 3.0. More than just a new spin on an old domain, the Semantic Web promises to essentially re-architect Internet content in a way that facilitates a new level of information integration. What will that mean for the burgeoning industry of business intelligence and data warehousing? How will this Semantic Web affect business strategy, decision-making; and what impact will it have on the lucrative enterprise software market for information management?

Tune into this episode of DM Radio to hear the experts explain what's happening and why. We'll talk to Hired Brains co-founder Neil Raden, who will outline the Web Ontology Language (OWL), which is built on the Resource Description Framework (RDF), a relatively new W3C standard for for describing Web resources, such as the title, author, modification date, content, and copyright information of a Web page. We'll also hear from Jason Hekl of InQuira, and a special guest.

Attendees will learn:
- Why the Semantic Web changes the rules of information management
- What impact the Semantic Web could have on enterprise architectures
- How organizations can transition from Web 2.0 to Web 3.0
- How relational information models will be affected
- What a declarative ontology is all about."

In the DM Review website, you can register for this live Web broadcast.

You also can check out the DM Radio archives to hear previous programs with a variety of other issues.

I think this episode of DM Radio will be very nice, the subject is interesting; and also because I like so much to read the Neil Raden's blog in Intelligent Enterprise, he is an experienced professional, has good ideas and an interesting point of view about the business and technologic issues. He is co-founder of Smart (enough) Systems, a company specialized in Enterprise Decision Management.

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