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Lift workshop video: Web 3.0 round table – A techo-philosophical debate by Philipp Egli

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Web 3.0 round table – A techo-philosophical debate by Philipp Egli

What happens if you put together a CEO of a security company, the developer of the first application server based on the W3C’s semantic standards, an analytical philosopher with a technical background and all will be moderated by the CTO of one of the freshest internet companies of Switzerland? We don’t know it yet. But what’s for sure: We will be demonstrating working examples of semantic web technologies. We would be happy to see you and participate on killing the web 2.0.

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