Re: Chrome Extension of Semantic Web

Hi all,

Thank you very much for your feedback, publicly and privately.

For representing the potential to store personal semantic data
into web browsers, I added new feature to suggest search
keyword in text field based on your personal stored semantic data.
You can play on Amazon, Google+, Bing, Yahoo!, SkyDrive ...
Personalized search keyword they can't obtain are availble on your Chrome
without disclosing your privacy to them.

The detail architecture and use cases are here.

Hitoshi Uchida

On 10/09/2013 04:00 PM, Hitoshi Uchida wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am Hitoshi Uchida working at W3C/MIT as W3C Fellow.
> Please let me introduce Chrome Extension of Semantic Web
> named "Semantic Spider" [1] I am addressing lately.
> It is based on not only Semantic Web but also latest HTML5 (Web Storage).
> This Chrome Extension enables Chrome to be ready for 'Semantic Web 
> Technology'
> and become more intelligent and personalized based on the user's daily 
> browsing.
> The base architecture is to automatically store semantic data from 
> your visited sites
> into your Chrome and utilize them for better browsing experience.
> Because the stored semantic data represents your interest and favour,
> web browsers can be more personalized by utilizing them.
> This extension is addressing user privacy issue also current web has.
> The potential and detail architecture and several use cases are 
> described here [2].
> Because I will upgrade with additional ideas,
> I appreciate any feedback and suggestion.
> [1] 
> [2]
> -- 
> Hitoshi Uchida<>

Hitoshi Uchida <>

Received on Tuesday, 22 October 2013 23:11:25 UTC