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Joseph A. Busch
  • No matter whose numbers you choose, unstructured content makes up at least 80% of digital information, and it's growing fast. In the May 2001 issue of Scientific American Tim Berners-Lee, the recognized inventor of the World Wide Web, has an article co-authored with James Hendler (www.scientificamerican.com/2001/0501issue/0501berners-lee.html). In this article intended for the general public, they describe their vision for the Semantic Web. This vision is of a rich web of linked information, with markup allowing machines to route relevant information to the audiences that value it most. To accomplish this vision, a great amount of metadata will need to be added to content. # This metadata will need to be complete and consistent, the metadata will need to be kept up-to-date, and this will need to be done without adding an army of human indexers. Semantic information management systems will be needed to compile and maintain schemas and the controlled vocabularies for filling them and to automatically process content at any time during their life cycles – from creation through purging – to apply and update rich metadata. When content has been labeled with rich, accurate metadata we can call this content intelligent in the sense that it has been prepared to be used by all sorts of applications. -- http://www.asis.org/Bulletin/Aug-01/president.html

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