OWL becomes a W3C Recommendation

For the last two and a bit years, I’ve been a member of the Web Ontology Working Group at the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). This WG has produced a language called OWL for defining ontologies (formal data models) for use on the Semantic Web. Today, that language became a Recommendation, the final stage in the W3C’s standardisation process.

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