Watch the Semantic Web Panel from the recent MIT / Stanford Venture Lab Event

Last month I was on a panel about Semantic Web Opportunities at the MIT / Stanford Venture Lab, at Stanford University. The panel was moderated by Paul Saffo, and included myself, Robert Cook, Alex Iskold and Paul Kedrosky. The full video of the panel is online. You have to register to view it, but registration is free. Here’s the link. I should also note this panel is for a business school audience that doesn’t know much about the Semantic Web or the related technologies, but it’s fun, full of laughs, and an interesting conversation. Worth watching!

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One Response to Watch the Semantic Web Panel from the recent MIT / Stanford Venture Lab Event

  1. zeb hodge says:

    This conference had some very good moments. I can tell that you live and breath this vision, because you know the questions even before people have asked them. It is clear that you’ve also thought through the answers for a long time, and realistically from multiple points of view.
    I am especially intrigued by your mention of how sex has paved the way for many of our current technologies. So true. There is a surplus of willingness to try something new if the reward is highly pleasurable.
    So if a successful search for “more girls like her!” results in more familiarity with semantic technologies, then let’s make it happen!

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