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Semantic Web

n
a proposed development of the World Wide Web in which computers can interpret and act on natural language
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These results come from job sites that use schema.org markup for remote work, so results will not be a comprehensive list of all such jobs.
In addition, Facebook will start using the Schema.org Claim Review markup, which allows Google to surface fact checks high up in search results.
The open documentation is based upon structured schema.org web markup standards, which aresupported by Google.
Any newly released open documentation [can be posted] and any jobs provider is able to integrate its content through open structured schema.org web markup standards that Google supports."
The feature will be run on the schema.org ClaimReview markup.
* Encode content to delineate semantic content, using specifications such as schema.org. Google's Structured Data Testing Tool can be used to view and validate the results of this encoding (search.google.com/structured-data/ testing-tool).
Publishers will be required to follow several rules, including the use of Schema.org's ClaimReview markup on each page in order to get a label attached to the article in question.
Semantic markup, particularly the use of schema.org and its taxonomy, is a must right now, according to Hughes.
"Practical Ontologies for Information Professionals" by David Stuart (an independent information professional and an honorary research fellow at the University of Wolverhampton) provides an accessible introduction to: the concept and definition of ontology and why it is increasingly important to the information professional; ontologies and the Semantic Web; existing ontologies, such as SKOS, OWL, FOAF, schema.org, and the DBpedia Ontology; adopting and building ontologies, showing how to avoid repetition of work and how to build a simple ontology with Protege; interrogating Semantic Web ontologies; and the future of ontologies and the role of the information professional in their development and use.
The schema.org markup allows the content to be tagged with the appropriate instructions for search engines.
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