Hot off the press, the Re:AKT newsletter is spreading the word about the AKT project describing its goals and ambitions, results and achievements, and the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
KMi are a member of the AKT consortium together with the Universities of Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Sheffield, and Southampton. Funded by the EPSRC, the £7m, 6-year AKT project aims to develop and extend a range of technologies providing integrated methods and services for the capture, modelling, publishing, reuse and management of knowledge.
According to AKT Director, Prof. Nigel Shadbolt, Re:AKT articulates the assumptions behind the SemanticWeb and how AKT is tackling one of the great challenges of the 21st Century realising the potential of the extraordinary information repository that humankind is building.
Co editors John Domingue and Kieron O'Hara, would welcome feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org .