Semantic Culturomics [is] a paradigm that uses semantic knowledge bases in order to give meaning to textual corpora such as news and social media. This idea is not without challenges, because it requires the link between textual corpora and semantic knowledge, as well as the ability to mine a hybrid data model for trends and logical rules. […] Semantics turns the texts into rich and deep sources of knowledge, exposing nuances that today’s analyses are still blind to. This would be of great use not just for historians and linguists, but also for journalists, sociologists, public opinion analysts, and political scientists.
The fall issue of GOOD uses data from our quickly-expanding API directory to show its growth over time, including some important APIs along the way. In the same infographic, you can also see promenant open government data initiatives from around the world.
ce schéma explicite le nouveau modèle de distribution de la toile. Les données disponibles sur le réseau doivent pouvoir venir enrichir les applications, elles-mêmes venant nourrir d’autres applications. Ce n’est pas le cycle de l’eau mais bien celui de la donnée.