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Welcome to lotico - a Semantic Social Network that brings location, time, community and concepts together for You and more than 20,000 members worldwide.

Semantic Technologies In Financial Services (STIFS)
Lotico New York Semantic Web
Thu May 22 ... read more



Events Around The World

Semantic Technologies In Financial Services (STIFS)
Lotico New York Semantic Web
Thu May 22 ... read more

      Double Bill Meetup - DaPaas followed by Provenance
Lotico London Semantic Web
Wed May 07 ... read more

    Jena Spatial, GeoSparql und das GeoSpatial Semantic Web
Lotico CSW - Berlin Semantic Web Meetup
Thu May 15 ... read more

           

   

Image processing techniques applied for driver assistance
Cluj Semantic WEB Meetup
Mon Jun 02 ... read more

  Open Discussion
Toronto Semantic Web
Tue Apr 29 ... read more

AAAI Workshop on the World Wide Web and Public Health Intelligence (W3PHI 2014)
Toronto Semantic Web ... read more

           


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Welcome to lotico.com, your gateway to an open community that shares a common interest in the Semantic Web vision, an initiative by the W3C to provide a common framework for data to be shared and reused across applications, platforms and community boundaries. If you live, work or visit a location with an active community and you are interested to join you are welcome to participate. lotico develops and promotes standards, and cooperates closely with standard groups in particular with regards to Semantic Web technologies.

Featured

The Working Ontologist Dean Allemang and MarkLogic's Stephen Buxton

An Introduction to Linked Data by Sandro Hawke

Although the first Semantic Web standards are more than ten years old, only recently have we begun to actually see machines sharing data on the Web.

SmartMobs with special guest Howard Rheingold

This year our global Semantic Web event took place in San Francisco.

Jena, SPARQL and TDB - RDF at scale, a conversation with Andy Seaborne

A conversation with Andy Seaborne rcorded live at the Lotico Semantic Web event in San Francisco

Linked Data in Watson: Using Linked Data as Evidence for Natural Language Processing

The global Lotico event in Boston on November 16 with Chris Welty, kindly hosted by the Semantic Web Summit 2010.

Getting started with SPARQL by Bob DuCharme

Learn SPARQL and surf the Semantic Web.

RuleML - Where Web Rule Research Meets Industry

RuleML is an open international network of individuals and groups from both industry and academia, with shared interests in rules, and rules on the Semantic Web.

Semantic Web for Java Developers - Steve Hamby

Confessions of a Semantic Web evangelist

Semantic Web Voices Film: Web 3.0

Kate Ray has produced a short story about the Semantic Web

A Selection Of Local Groups

Atlanta
Berlin
Boston
Canberra
Cape Town
Central Florida
Central Maryland
Chicago
Frankfurt
Istanbul

London
Los Angeles
Madison
München
New York
Oslo
Ottawa
Portland
Rome
San Diego

San Francisco
Seattle
Sydney
Toronto
Vancouver
Vienna
Washington
Zurich


      
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Recent

Applying Ontologies to Linked Data - Ontotext at John Wiley & Sons

Techniques used in RDF Data Publishing at Nature Publishing Group

Ontotext Sponsors Semantic Web Meetup Sites

NLP, Text Analytics, and Semantic Technologies

Wikidata & rNews - Structuring the world's data

Data Stories - Modelling Historical Events & Design Digital Narratives with Data

Graphs with SQL & IBM DB2 - RDF Graph Store

Semantic Technologies in Financial Services

SemWeb Tool dotNetRDF

Semantic Web technologies at BBN

Stardog, Needle & Virtuoso

SHARD - A distributed triple-store built on top of Hadoop

Emergent Analytics

Data Gov

Meetup Sir Tim Berners-Lee

What's in a Link

RIF - Rules Interchange Format with Chris Welty

SPARQL

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