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It's that trust humans invest in artifacts
that other humans claim are intelligent.
The SemWeb is supposed to be an improvement
on The Web. Otherwise, why bother? I think
Mike is asking that among other things. Why
take the trouble to put RDF into XML systems
if we get the same kind of web out of it?
This is ground we've covered on this list
before. The options are what you say
The good news is that you have business built
on this, so you are profiting and someone is
using the technology. The Semantic Web itself
doesn't seem to be gaining traction. RDF is
gaining some traction.
From: Uche Ogbuji [mailto:email@example.com]
But all that is Semantic Web futurism. I can tell you that I deal all the
time with actual RDF databases that contain ambiguities. I've never had a
problem processing around them.
So I must be missing someone's fundamental point.