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Catch Phil's talk "Semantic Integration With Apache Jena and Stanbol" at All Things Open 2014.  Raleigh, NC, October 22-23.   Phil will be explaining how to use Semantic Web technology to enhance your Big Data, Knowledge Management, Internet of Things and Open Data initiatives and drive business results.

http://fogbeam.blogspot.com/2014/09/come-meet-fogbeam-labs.html

#ato2014 #semanticweb   #opensource  

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Natural Language Generated SPARQL Queries

A sampling of queries showcasing the capabilities of Quepy [1], a natural language based sparql query generator. 

1. What is the capital of Nigeria? -- http://bit.ly/WvXAIb .
2. Who is the President of Nigeria? -- http://bit.ly/XIsc5x .
3. What is the population of Nigeria? -- http://bit.ly/XQbAJM .

Links:

1. http://quepy.machinalis.com -- Quep (Natural Language to SPARQL) Home page .
2. http://dbpedia.org/About -- DBpedia .

#SPARQL #NLP #DBpedia #LinkedData #SemanticWeb #Web30 #Naija30 #BigData #SmartData   #Naija30  

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<a class="ot-hashtag" href="https://plus.google.com/s/%23hangoutsonair">#hangoutsonair</a>Sidney Hargrove and Daniel Porto

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Our first "synchronized release" of the Fogcutter Suite features the 4th "tech preview release" of Neddick, our Open Source Information Discovery Platform, and the 1st public release of Quoddy, our Open Source Enterprise Social Network, and Hatteras, our Open Source Business Events Subscription Engine.

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Sounds nice, but for all we know, there was a govt. goon standing next to you with a gun pointed at your head when you wrote that.   Or a government bureaucrat threatening to withdraw a multi-million dollar government contract.  For that matter, we don't even know that it was Larry Page who wrote this.  

In short, I am not willing to accept this at face value.  I believe Google most likely are part of PRISM, along with MS, Yahoo and all the others.  

 
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