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   RE: [xml-dev] Triplets on the Internet

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As in a )is the information accurate? or b) have 
these been altered in transit?

I don't believe it can answer the a any 
better than Google can.  See last email.
GIGO rules.

Having noisy data is one thing with humans in the 
loop.  It is quite another to let the machines 
do the noise filtering.  I suspect that is at the 
heart of why the semantic web isn't taking off.


From: Rich Salz [mailto:rsalz@datapower.com]

I am more interested in how someone *retrieving* triplets over the
Internet can trust them.  Limited-access publishing is on the Internet is
basically a solved problem, as you say.  Knowing who, when, and how much I
can trust some arbitrary triples that get fed into my inferencde enginer
is another matter altogether, and I wonder what work's been done in that
area, if any.


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