The Future Is Now: Architecture for a Semantic Net
|Sandy Klausner||CoreTalk Corp||[Home Page]|
Notice: hosted by Jack Park
Date: Thursday, February 21st 2008 at 4:00pm
Location: EJ228 (SRI E building) (Directions)
The Cubicon Platform: a radically simplified network architecture enabling true semantic functionality for managing complexities of a universal medium to facilitate data, information and knowledge exchange.
Klausner will discuss the results of twenty years of groundbreaking research in semantic computing and iconic programming. Learn about the resulting 10 initial innovations that establish the essential foundation for the Semantic Desktop and Web 3.0. This shared knowledge substrate will enable humans to more effectively reflect, interpret and structure information of their everyday work and play activities as graph interrelations through their Semantic Desktop or mobile device. Cubicon captures explicit thought articulations in suitable representations (texts, icons and pictures) and enables exchange, discussion and processing of such resources with other people across social and organizational networks.
This radically simplified network architecture will help transform the Web from a network of disparate silo applications and content repositories to a seamless and interoperable Semantic Net with countless advantages. This novel technology overcomes the many current limitations of RDF and OWL to provide a graph overlay on the Web, where associated knowledge is linked to content and services, providing the prerequisite foundation for systems that can reason in a human fashion.
This groundbreaking technology tackles fundamental issues of performance, productivity, interoperability, agility, robustness, security and mobility at Net-scale.
Klausner founded Automated Intelligence Corporation that developed the LOGIC ONE that is now Honeywells mainline distributed building automation technology. He first applied this bit-exact iconic notation to blueprint all dimensions of this advanced control system.
Please arrive at least 10 minutes early as you will need to sign in by following instructions by the lobby phone at Building E. (or call Wilma Lenz at 650 859 4904, or Vicenta at Lopez at 650 859 5750). SRI is located at 333 Ravenswood Avenue in Menlo Park. Visitors may park in the parking lots off Fourth Street. Detailed directions to SRI, as well as maps, are available from the Visiting AIC web page. There are two entrances to SRI International located on Ravenswood Ave. Please check the Builing E entrance signage.