Had an article in Marketing this month looking at GoogelAds, and how they present marketeers with similar challenges to Haiku's. Read the full article below.
August 2005 Archives
Tim Berners Lee's seminal paper on the Semantic Web.
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rdfdata.org is a great source of RDF files, covering things like famous people, kings and queens etc. Ideal Halo fodder.
A home for RDF ontologies, and good links to the semantic web.
Silly name, but a revolutionary approach to the web, and possibly a key part of the semantic web. Piggy Bank defines "screenscrapers" which web site owners can write which convert the content of their web site into an RDF data structure which the Piggy Bank FireFox plug-in can then use in order to better access the information, combine it with other sources etc etc.
The interests for me are two fold:
1) Using it as part of ReaderBot to move to a next generation agent driven access device for visually impaired users
2) Getting my Halo AI to use it to extract information
Looks like I might have to learn OWL/RDF after all.
Pei Wang's Non-Axiomatic Reasoning System (NARS) looks like the AI "pap(i)er de jour". Must see if there are any ideas for Halo whose about to have her XTM upgrade in September.
- interesting, his categorisation logic approach is a similar, but more advanced form, of what I'm looking to do with XTM.
This looks like an excellent computer animation package - although I'd rather see cartoon characters than pseudo-human avatars. They say you can create your own though if you've got Poser or something similar.
Flash » Epic 2015 has been released. If you want to see a view of the future - this is it. (and don't be too suprised at the similarity to our |NewsGlobe!)
Every so often an application arrives on the Internet that takes your breath away. Google Earth is such an application. Using satellite photographs taken over the last three years Google has stitched together a complete image of the Earth. A globe which lets you zoom in with every increasing detail until you can see individual buildings, gardens and even cars. And when you get down to ground level you can tilt the entire image into a relief view so that mountains rise high above you, and seas spread out before you.