Accruing Business Value Through the Adoption of Semantic Web Technologies

Posted August 31, 2009 | Leadership | Leadership |

The Internet and Web have enabled easy and nearly instantaneous dissemination and exchange of different types of information almost free of cost. Most information currently on the Web is document (page) based and presented in textual natural language, because it is primarily meant for use by humans. It's hard for computers to understand and make use of this information content, as it may lack structure, precise meaning, or context, or because a given word or phrase could refer to more than one thing.

About The Author
Bhuvan Unhelkar
Bhuvan Unhelkar (BE, MDBA, MSc, PhD; FACS) is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium. He has decades of strategic as well as hands-on professional experience in the information and communi­cations technologies (ICT) industry. Dr. Unhelkar is a full Professor at the University of South Florida, Sarasota-Manatee campus. As a founder of MethodScience and PLATiFi, he has demonstrated consulting and training expertise in big data (strategies),… Read More
San Murugesan
San Murugesan (BE [Hons], MTech, PhD; FACS) is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium and a member of Arthur D. Little's AMP open consulting network. He is also Director of BRITE Professional Services and former Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE's IT Professional. Dr. Murugesan has four decades of experience in both industry and academia, and his expertise and interests include artificial intelligence, quantum computing, the Internet of Everything… Read More
Athula Murugesan
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