Category Archive for "Ontology"

A “Rosetta Stone for Data”

The Rosetta Stone was discovered by soldiers in Napoleon’s army at the end of the 18th Century. It memorializes a decree by King Ptolemy, from 4th Century upper Egypt, in Greek, demotic and hieroglyphic — enabling latter day archaeologists and linguists to decode the latter two languages by virtue of the knowledge of the former. Here in the 21st Century, an

The End of the Website

We often mistake the accidental for the essential.  We assume that, because something is a certain way that it had to be that way.  It seems natural and commonplace – a part of the settled order of things. Take, for example, the webpage, the website and the web search. The spatial metaphors of a website being a “destination” that I

FIBO Summit at Semtech

Elisa Kendall, a Partner at Thematix, will be leading a discussion about FIBO at the FIBO Technology Summit  on June 5 in San Francisco.  The event happens concurrently with the Semantic Technology and Business Conference, and is housed within it.  The FIBO Technology Summit is an industry-only event attended by many stakeholders in the financial, semantic technologies and services, and academic communities. Elisa has

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