If you are interested in the future of the Web, you might enjoy listening to this interview with me, moderated by Dr. Paul Miller of Talis. We discuss, in-depth: the Semantic Web, Web 3.0, SPARQL, collective intelligence, knowledge management, the future of search, triplestores, and Radar Networks.Social tagging: Artificial Intelligence > Cognitive Science > Collaboration Tools > Collective Intelligence > Group Minds > Knowledge Management > Productivity > Radar Networks > Search > Semantic Web > Social Networks > Software > Venture Capital > Web 3.0
It is a nice talk. I have listened and it is very good. For readers who have not listened this discussion, it is worthwhile.
excellent, excellent talk. thank you so much for sharing. hundreds of billions of triples! associative processing! i’m so exicted for all of us.
I understand from your talis interview that you are developing a scale-out architecture for RDF.
We have been engaged in developing a scale-out solution based on an architecture similar to Google’s bigtable effort. We are planning to release a beta shortly (a month or so) under GPL with a FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) exclusion (similar to the MySQL and BerkeleyDB licensing models). The project site is http://sourceforge.net/projects/bigdata. There is nothing there yet, but I plan to import the code base a little closer to the release.
The architecture should scale out nicely. One design goal was very high reader and writer concurrency, including massively concurrent writes using a non-transactional model to provide consistent data.
Greetings Nova, a great interview that makes the wait for your semantic web app to appear filled with even more suspense. Alan.
Greetings Nova, a great interview that makes the wait for your semantic web app to appear filled with more suspense. Alan.