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MUSIC 2.0: MUSIC AND THE SEMANTIC WEB Workshop (AES 122 Vienna Convention)

From: Oscar Celma <oscar.celma@iua.upf.edu>
Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2007 17:42:10 +0200
Message-ID: <462F76D2.2070300@iua.upf.edu>
To: semantic-web@w3.org

[ http://mtg.upf.edu/~ocelma/Workshop-AES122Vienna/ ]

MUSIC 2.0: MUSIC AND THE SEMANTIC WEB Workshop. Consuming and producing 
music in the 21st century (Co-located with AES 122 Vienna Convention)

+ Abstract:
Music and audio have evolved to encompass the Internet and all it offers 
for purchase and consumption of music.
But the Internet is evolving, too. With Web 2.0 products already on 
offer, how will this affect digital music? What are the advantages of 
using Semantic Web technologies instead, or upon Web 2.0?
This workshop will provide some answers to these questions.
Topics to be covered by well-known experts in this field, and leading 
researchers include: Semantic Web and Web 2.0; Semantic Audio basics; 
Current Music 2.0 projects; future Music 2.0 projects.

+ Speakers include Lucas Gonze of Yahoo!Music and Webjay.

Full details can be found at [1]
The workshop is col-located with AES 122 Vienna Convention [2]

All the best,

Oscar Celma (Workshop co-organizer) also on behalf of
Mark Sandler (Workshop co-organizer)
[1] http://mtg.upf.edu/~ocelma/Workshop-AES122Vienna/
[2] http://www.aes.org/events/122/
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