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Envisioning linked data


Axel Kittenberger

on 4 April 2012

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Envisioning linked data "Das Hypertextquartett" Vennevar Bush 'Ted' Nelson Douglas Engelbart Tim Berners-Lee "Memex" 'Link' um Disziplinarität zu überwinden H-LAM/T System (Human using Language, Artifacts, and Methodology, in which he is Trained)

Computermaus Project Xanadu

Begriff "Hypertext"
Hypertext-Activist WorldWideWeb

Chairmen of W3C of
today of
the future "An emerging successor to the web, the Semantic Web, will likely profoundly change the very nature of how scientific knowledge is produced and shared, in ways that we can now barely imagine." [Berners-Lee/Hendler] I have a dream for the Web [in which computers] become capable of analyzing all the data on the Web – the content, links, and transactions between people and computers. A ‘Semantic Web’, which should make this possible, has yet to emerge, but when it does, the day-to-day mechanisms of trade, bureaucracy and our daily lives will be handled by machines talking to machines. The ‘intelligent agents’ people have touted for ages will finally materialize. "modest"
Aritifical Intelligence Grassroots Themenfeld Fragen What are precisely the visions of semantic data? Why are it these and not others? What makes *these* visions more easy to
affiliate to / conferrable? What futures of society are constructed trough
these visions? Why are it these and not others? Theorien+Methoden (soziale) Konstruktion von semantischen
Technologien und Anwendungen etwas weniger: (soziale) Konstruktion von semantischen Datenbanken Social Shaping of Technology (Bijker) Social Construction of Technology
(Oudshoorn, Pinch) STS Klassiker: Aber Nicht: Annahme von Technologie
soziale Auswirkungen von Technologie
Interessen von sozialen Klassen Technologie-Erzeugung als "Grassroots-Movement" untertheoretisiert Societechnical Imaginary: "collectively imagined forms of social life and social order reflected in the design and fulfillment of nation-specific scientific and/or technological projects" mögliche
Theorien (1) mögliche
Theorien (2) Sheila Jasanoff ('Nation' ist für mich keine hier relevate Kategorie') Co-Production: "natural and social order beeing produced together" Wissenschaft und Gesellschaft konstruieren sich
gegenseitig mögliche
Theorien (3) Diskursanalyse (Theorie des Diskurses)
nach Michel Foucault Diskurs als langfristiges Ordnungsprinzip Was kann ernsthaft gesagt werden?
Wer kann wo was in dem Namen von wem sagen? Was sind die Grenzen des Diskurses (Was kann nicht gesagt werden) Empirie (1) qualitative Leitfadeninterviews mit Personen (im Ö-Kontext) die sich für semantische Daten einsetzen (2) Diskursanalyse von (Online)-Dokumenten (Texte und evt. Videos) a) Die von den interviewten Personen als relevant genannt werden b) Dokumente die von 2a) referenziert werden To Do: Leitfaden ausarbeiten, für Fokus auf soziotechnischen Visionen Fragestellungen, welche Visionen werden dargestellt?
welche Ursachen/Wirkungs Mechanismen werden dargestellt?
welche Metaphern kehren wieder?
wie wirken diese Metaphern auf 1) ? Axel Kittenberger axel@kittenberger.net
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