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Re: RDF-star use cases from Amazon Neptune

From: Ghislain ATEMEZING <ghislain.atemezing@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 7 Dec 2021 21:08:45 +0100
Message-Id: <357F32EC-67D7-44F4-B528-C617F6C66A4A@gmail.com>
Cc: public-rdf-star@w3.org
To: antoine.zimmermann@emse.fr
Oh … 
That’s why we need more semantics on the Web- 
YouTube/Google, there is a something called owl:sameAs for this situation: 
<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ssn2hhatpsM> owl:sameAs <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9wautaqWUs> 

Ok, there is also schema:sameAs


Thanks Ora for your brillant talk and answers to questions. Always a pleasure to listen to you!! 


Sent from a mobile device, please excuse any brevity or typing errors

> Le 7 déc. 2021 à 18:06, Antoine Zimmermann <antoine.zimmermann@emse.fr> a écrit :
> We actually have a duplicate stream on Youtube, so you should get to this link instead:
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9wautaqWUs
> --AZ
>> Le 07/12/2021 à 16:07, Antoine Zimmermann a écrit :
>> RDF-stargazers,
>> As a diversion to the Neptune use case discussion (and deriving threads), note that Ora Lassila himself will be speaking to the world live on Youtube in a couple of hours with:
>> "On the broad applicability of Semantic Web technologies"
>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ssn2hhatpsM
>> About the talk: The Semantic Web, despite how it was originally advertised, was not a replacement for the World Wide Web, nor was it really knowledge representation (KR) solely for the Web. Rather, the Semantic Web is KR using Web technologies. The different technologies and standards of the Semantic Web have broad applicability in many areas distinctly outside of what we consider to be the “Web”. The DAML-S (later OWL-S) effort was one such example: apply ontologies to the problem of describing the semantics of functionality and services (in this case Web services, but the concept was more general). While the effort may not have been successful in the long term, it was an early example of the application of Semantic Web technologies and approaches to a wide variety of use cases and domains. These include agent-based computing, ubiquitous computing, context-awareness, policies, privacy, enterprise knowledge graphs, and many others. But there is still an even bigger role for Semantic Web technologies: Modern enterprise data practice is messy, with daunting problems such as data integration, elimination of “data silos”, and alignment of semantics. This “messiness” will be perpetuated until we have a practical unifying logical representation for data and semantics, and the promise of Semantic Web is that it could be this representation.
>> This is part of the Distributed Knowledge Graphs talk series:
>> https://cost-dkg.eu/talks
>> It was announced on the Semantic Web mailing list last week but in case someone here missed it, this is a reminder.
>> Best,
>> --AZ
>>> Le 02/12/2021 à 19:43, Lassila, Ora a écrit :
>>> Folks,
>>> Attached is a document that outlines a couple of uses cases (variants of one modeling pattern ,really) we would like to submit for consideration by the upcoming RDF-star Working Group. I am submitting these now just in case this turns out to be relevant to how the charter gets written. Comments are welcome, and I am happy to discuss these use cases whenever.
>>> Regards,
>>> Ora
>>> -- 
>>> Dr. Ora Lassila
>>> Principal Graph Technologist, Amazon Neptune
>>> Amazon Web Services
>>> ora@amazon.com
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