Semantic Web grateful it's not dead

You have one week to book your flight to Hong Kong for the World Wide Web Consortium's April 12 Semantic Web symposium. Hosted by the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, the one-day conference will bring the W3C's Semantic Web pitch to Asia after a spirited defense raised in San Francisco last month.

While critics persist in calling the Semantic Web warmed-over AI, the W3C's defense will be left to its head of offices, Dr. Ivan Herman, whose resemblance to the late Jerry Garcia is thought to be coincidental.

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