Tag Archives: Information Retrieval

No fate but what we make – Creating a Semantic Web

Many Sci Fi fans will recognise that this week’s title and the image above both come from Terminator 2, a film in which in a dystopian future, an Artificial Intelligence defence system called Skynet has waged war against humanity. The … Continue reading

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Screwing around

As you can see from the picture below, interest in this blog continues to fall – some may even go so far as to describe it as moribund! In a desperate attempt to reverse the slide I’ve resorted to the … Continue reading

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Finding information in the internet age

The development of the world wide web has changed the ways in which almost all professions operate, to some degree or another, but few as profoundly as that of Librarianship. Prior to the 1990s, the primary way to find information … Continue reading

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