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Semantically annotating motion video

Video is a big part of the Web: we download billions of videos from YouTube every month, stream Hollywood movies and TV programmes, and educate ourselves with iTunes U podcasts. But finding the right video now is a bit like finding the right Web page was back in the 1990s: we are limited to searching the smattering of keywords that occured to the video's creator. Annomation makes it easy for people to add semantic annotations using Web 3.0 techniques: videos, and segments in the video, can be described by links to concepts in DBpedia, the Library of Congress and Dewey classifications, geographical data sets, and other parts of the Semantic Web Linked Data Cloud.

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Mr Antonello Meloni
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