O futuro da Web Semântica e sua importância nas organizações [The future of Semantic Web and it's importance at organisations]
Currently, the Semantic Web and the potential of their technology completely go beyond the vision of Tim Berners-Lee's 1999, in which the meaning (semantics) of information and services on the web is defined, making possible their understanding for computers, to obtain a richer user experience. Today, the scientific and academic community realized that the Semantic Web can be an important tool to facilitate integration and interoperability of the internal and external business processes. Allowing the companies, in a fully globalized world which deal with large volumes of information, continue to achieve business goals in the face of change and the growing dependence of the effective use of information. This work will focus on the importance of this technology has been gaining in improving the processes organizations, embodied in some possible use cases. In addition, there will be an overview of the research projects taking place, in order to understand the future trends of this technology.
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