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Kurt Cagle

Community Editor for Data Science Central

Kurt Cagle has been the contributing editor for Data Science Central for two years, and will likely be the person you will interact with if you want to submit an article. Kurt is a published author with more than twenty books to his credit, and has been working as a technology editor for years, writing for Forbes, O'Reilly Media, IDC and others. He has also been a consulting information architect and ontologist with more than twenty years experience working with Fortune 100 companies and US and European agencies, and is a frequent speaker at conferences on data technologies.

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Allegrograph: From Lisp to SHACL

  • Kurt Cagle 

This is an interview with Dr. Jans Aasman, CEO of Franz, Inc. and designer of the Allegrograph knowledge graph engine. In this interview, we cover everything from the role of Lisp (and Lispers), the versatility of RDF hypergraphs, the value of Allegrograph, and the future of artificial intelligence, machine learning and inferential logic in the graph space.

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DSC Weekly 27 Sept 2022 – Corpus Wars

  • Kurt Cagle 

n many respects, we are facing not the need for a new form of money but rather a new form of economics – a discipline about the world where scarcity still holds in physical materials but where overabundance is the rule in virtual ones. To me, this is one of the key tenets that need to be hammered out in the metaverse: How do the actual creators of the virtual worlds, and not just the hosts, get paid for their work?

Machine Automation on a par with Human Labor

DSC Weekly 20 Sept 2022 – Where Have All The Workers Gone?

  • Kurt Cagle 

n many respects, we are facing not the need for a new form of money but rather a new form of economics – a discipline about the world where scarcity still holds in physical materials but where overabundance is the rule in virtual ones. To me, this is one of the key tenets that need to be hammered out in the metaverse: How do the actual creators of the virtual worlds, and not just the hosts, get paid for their work?

Machine Automation on a par with Human Labor

DSC Weekly 13 Sept 2022 – The Automation Balance

  • Kurt Cagle 

n many respects, we are facing not the need for a new form of money but rather a new form of economics – a discipline about the world where scarcity still holds in physical materials but where overabundance is the rule in virtual ones. To me, this is one of the key tenets that need to be hammered out in the metaverse: How do the actual creators of the virtual worlds, and not just the hosts, get paid for their work?

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The Cagle Report – Episode 1 – Send in the Drones

  • Kurt Cagle 

An interview with Brenden Bartholomew, President of Vector Aerial, on the use of drones in both military and civilian contexts, as well as a discussion about how Drone AI works and where it’s heading

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Imaging the Web With Scalable Vector Graphics

  • Kurt Cagle 

SVG is an example of one of the more powerful technologies on the web that is likely completely invisible to you, whether you’re simply browsing on the web or you’re a web developer wanting to take advantage of your full toolset.

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DSC Weekly 30 August 2022 – Metaverse Misfires

  • Kurt Cagle 

One of the central concepts of the metaverse is the notion that every person has a single sign-on controlled by the vendors, which can, in turn, be used to track users as they move from one virtual world to another.

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From Knowledge Graphs To Knowledge Portals

  • Kurt Cagle 

While Knowledge Graph hype is nowhere near as loud as AI hype, there is no question that more and more organizations are turning to knowledge graphs to solve real-world problems.

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