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On Thu, 24 Apr 2003 21:33:03 +0100, Bill de hÓra <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> There I linked to a paper about a hybrid architecture called InteRRaP,
Sure it CAN be both AI-ish and SW-ish ... my question was whether people
really thought that the SW-ish parts would eventually see real-world
deployment (e.g. by Google) or if the AI-ish parts would continue to do
most of the heavy lifting.
Another point that Simon's rants about XML and RDF brought to mind is "if
the AI-ish 'bots are doing the semantic tagging, will they do it with
straight XML markup or RDF-ish markup?" Alternatively, will the 'bots
store the post-processed data in triple stores or XML databases ... or RDF-
XML in XML databases, or what?