The Web has become the largest assembly of public meaning in human history, yet that meaning is divided by differences in language, concepts, and norms. The Semantic Web aims at making the Web’s meaning universally accessible and usable. It can be described as a global network of interlinked and semantically annotated data, enabled by a stack of formats and specifications for representing and sharing information in a world-wide context.

Semantic web manifesto: the community of data, edited by Italian Library Association (AIB) – Study Group on Cataloguing, Indexing, Linked Open Data and Semantic Web (CILW)

Carlo Bianchini;Mauro Guerrini;Riccardo Ridi;Gino Roncaglia;Paul Gabriele Weston
2020

Abstract

The Web has become the largest assembly of public meaning in human history, yet that meaning is divided by differences in language, concepts, and norms. The Semantic Web aims at making the Web’s meaning universally accessible and usable. It can be described as a global network of interlinked and semantically annotated data, enabled by a stack of formats and specifications for representing and sharing information in a world-wide context.
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