March 9-11, 2011
Montreal, Canada

Linked Data: The new black

Increasing amounts of Linked Data are being created, especially by governments, life sciences, social networks, and media organisations. This presentation will address design principles for Linked Data, how to make statements about the relationship between the things in our world and gather useful information from various sources, and why it might play an important role in creating a Web of things. This presentation is intended for directors, programmers, journalists, analysts, and user experience designers.

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Sarven Capadisli

Sarven <http://csarven.ca/#i> believes in the global Semantic Web (one manifestation; Linked Data) vision. He is primarily interested in human-computer interaction, and how it changes us. Currently, Sarven is a Linked Data technologist at Agile Knowledge Engineering and Semantic Web group in University of Leipzig, and works on a European Commission Seventh Framework Programme project from Bern University of Applied Sciences.

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