The Semantic Web: How to bring technology to the market
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This is a one-hour video recording of the presentation of Richard Benjamins at the KnowledgeWeb summer school 2005. It comprises either the video synchronized with the slides (but requires Quicktime, hence Windows or MacOS, otherwise the slides have to be switched manually).
Table of Contents:
iSOCO Overview A Market for Semantic Web? But When? Who is Investing in Semantic Web? Two Types of Innovations What is a High-Tech Market? Types of Markets and Its Customers Early Adopters: The Visionaries Types of Markets and Its Customers Early Majority: The Pragmatists Types of Markets and Its Customers The Chasm Considerations What Markets to Consider? Intermezzo from Ovum The KM technology environment Global enterprise search & discovery forecast Regional division of revenues The search market in context 2004 vendor market share Vendor positioning Vendors with competing functionality Some conclusions, reflections End Intermezzo Strategy to Attack a Market Innovation Funnel Strategy to Attack a Market How to Launch Your Product/Service to the Right Market? Elevator Test How to Launch Your Product/Service to the Right Market? Demo Semantic Search Engine 3D Visualization of Semantic Content Intelligent FAQ System Demo iFAQ Contact Information
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