A recent article examines the shortcomings of sentiment analysis and how semantic analysis can help. According to the article, “For years, sentiment has been a widely used measure of how customers view a company’s products and services.
Just a few months ago Jay Myers, lead web development engineer at Best Buy, talked to The Semantic Web Blog about using RDFa to mark up the retailer’s product detail pages and more semantic things he’d like to do, including mashing up its online...
In-der-Blog-seinBattle Red explains moronicy.Heidegger was a moron. Simple as that. I'm not just talking about his affiliations with National Socialism, although there is plenty of room for agreement on that simple premise.
Generally it is thought that Sartre got Heidegger wrong and his thought has been devalued recently by critics, as a bad imitation, and thus Critique of Dialectical Reason is considered his greater work in terms of originality, ...
Question by Michelle N: Where can I study metaphysics and get a phd in it? Not online but in a university? Best answer: Answer by Dave P Many universities offer a PhD in their Philosophy Department with the core study being metaphysics.
Philosoph-off: Kant vs. Hegel re: feminism + chivalry Yesterday morning circa 7am Jay Gabler crashed the lolz nest and we had some morning giggles and discussed a question someone had put in our ask... (RT @JayGabler: In which I explain why Hegelians probably get laid more than Kantians do. RT @phiLOLZophy Philosoph-off: Kant vs Hegel http://bit.ly/hjjM47)
Develop narrating skills by thinking in terms of verb 'groups' that belong together in order to describe a process. http://bit.ly/9XzQhl (englishfeed: Develop narrating skills by thinking in terms of verb 'groups' that belong together in order to des... http://bit.ly/gNKWuZ)
I love it when smarter people that myself say things succinctly in a way that I never could. Especially when it is something that relates to something I might be thinking but am not articulate enough to say.
Camus vs. Sartre. This documentary is about the battle between these two great writer/philosophers after WWII in Paris over Camus' book The Rebel. What was o... (Camus: 'To revolt today means to revolt against war!
or the alternative title for this could have been The Killer App for Linked Data. more about the killer app in a minute, first about the not-killer-app, the hope that linked data will converge on a small set on vocabularies,...
But in both Heidegger and Sartre, they do not achieve Existence as is mean originally by the term wajud. Neither actually escape Being, they merely manage to go up a meta-level to the next higher stage of Being.
Slavoj Žižek – Screening Thought: The Media’s Philosophical ProblemEvent date: 4 May 2011Institute of Contemporary ArtsThe Mall, London SW1Y 5AHSlavoj Žižek Screening Thought: The Media’s Philosophical ProblemContinental philospher Slavoj Žižek and Paul A.
The April jobs report isn’t expected to have much in it that will show we’re on track to drive down the nation’s 8.8 percent unemployment rate, with gains predicted to be just a tad under 200,000 jobs.
NoTube, a European research project exploring semantic web and television, recently noted that, “The W3C has now issued a summary of the 2nd workshop on Web and TV, which took place this February in Berlin. NoTube was present at this event and project representatives Libby Miller and Dan Brickley pushed for the use of semantic technology, especially Linked Data, in the TV space as well as for the provision of shared APIs for interacting with the TV playout device.” (The Future of Semantics and TV - semanticweb.com http://t.co/rzMTxR6)