The Web offers access to a wealth of
information – if you know where to look.
Semantic Web visionaries hope that one day all the
information published on the Web will be so well defined that intelligent
software agents will be able to assemble bits of information from across
the Web into complete authoritative responses to ad hoc queries. This is
easily achieved for well characterized data (e.g. What is the outside
temperature in the area of zip code 14710?) However, credible results are
impossible for complex topics where the response is multifaceted and
dependent on experience and opinion, (e.g. when will the Semantic Web be
LinkSpace® we envision people creating an organic (human-generated)
layer of organization on top of the web by semantically connecting
Imagine distributed collections across the Web being intelligently
integrated into one virtual inter-related collection. Imagine content as
it is added to the web being placed in context of the entire collection.
This is our vision of the
Organic Semantic Web™
There is no artificial intelligence yet capable of
identifying and creating those semantic relationships but people are doing
it every day as they use the Web for research. That’s what makes our
vision achievable and valuable – today!
let people create and
share semantic connections – contextually organizing all perspectives,
background and related information in any format, across repositories. These
semantic connections are stored in a Found Engine® which works in the
background as a web service to deliver those connections when and where
they are needed.
Use LinkSpace® technology to semantically organize the
Web and other networks to deliver Semantic Web value and create new
paths to information – today!