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Sep 10, 2004: Semantic Technology Conference

This looks interesting: the first annual Semantic Technology Conference. Don't know much about who's behind it. Would try to be there for sure if they dropped the "Technology" from the title. But I guess if you're trying to draw VCs, a tech focus is de rigeur. Proposal submissions are due October 4. Anyone going?

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Comment: Dave McComb (Sep 17, 2004)

I'm behind it, along with a producer of major conferences, who needs to remain nameless for a few more weeks, due to another transaction.

Very astute about the "technology" and VC's. We're also looking to draw software vendors, both start ups and established players who are ready to apply some more semantic rigor to their products.

Our intent is to bridge the gap between the researchers and the practitioners. Call for Papers is open until Oct 4th.

Love to see you there.


Comment: Jayne Dutra (Nov 5, 2004)

I'm presenting on the Taxonomy Track about the work done for NASA.

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