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Cambridge Semantic Web Gatherings
In 2007, Tim Berners-Lee began organizing regular gathering to discuss the Semantic Web in Cambridge, MA, USA. The idea is to get together people in the local area who are interested in and/or working in the Semantic Web. A typical form will be a few presentations of recent work or recent problems discovered, some moderated discussion in the round, and a large amount of unmoderated chat. The gatherings have continued since then.
See also other local semantic web gatherings.
- When: 6-8pm on the 2nd Tuesday of every month
- Where: the Stata Center, MIT. The Stata Center is close to the Kendall/MIT subway station. A number of /parking garages are also near the Stata Center
- See current meeting announcements and info at meetup.com
The informal leadership of the group is from a pool including Tim Berners-Lee, Lee Feigenbaum, William Hayes, and Kingsley Idehen. Other volunteers please contact Tim.