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Wikipedia 3.0: The End of Google?

In Artificial Intelligence, crowdsourcing, description logic, Inference Engine, Ontology, OWL, RDF, Search For Meaning, Semantic, Semantic Search, Semantic Web, Web 3.0, Wikipedia, Wikipedia 3.0 on June 26, 2006 at 5:18 am

Author: Marc Fawzi

Twitter: http://twitter.com/marcfawzi

License: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0


Semantic Web Developers:

Feb 5, ‘07: The following external reference concerns the use of rule-based inference engines and ontologies in implementing the Semantic Web + AI vision (aka Web 3.0):

  1. Description Logic Programs: Combining Logic Programs with Description Logic (note: there are better, simpler ways of achieving the same purpose.)

Click here for more info and a list of related articles…

Forward (2008, 2009)

Two years after I published this article it has received over 230,000 hits and we now have several startups attempting to apply Semantic Web technology to Wikipedia and knowledge wikis in general, including Wikipedia founder’s own commercial startup as well as a startup that was recently purchased by Microsoft.

Recently, after seeing how Wikipedia’s governance is so flawed, I decided to write about a way to decentralize and democratize Wikipedia.

In August 2009, a little over 3 years after the writing of this unexpectedly wildly popular article, I wrote an update in response to a query by a journalist, titled Wikipedia 3.0: Three Years Later.

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(Article was last updated at 10:15am EST, July 3, 2006)

Wikipedia 3.0: The End of Google?

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