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SocialDevCamp : Harry Chen Simplifies the Sematic Web

I attended the SocialDevCamp in Baltimore on Saturday 10th May. This is a “unconference” so people come to the event and then suggest sessions and then vote on them. The agenda is then made onsite and people go to the session rooms that they are interested in.The session on Semantic web was the most interesting one. It was presented by Harry Chen who I thought was a student but turns out he is Prof. Harry Chen of University of Maryland Baltimore County. I hope I get to meet Harry at other events.

Video of his presentation by Kenneth Yeung

Here is his presentation:

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Harry Chen also recommended this video to understand Semantic web.

Other links suggested by this session :


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