By Jean-Max Noyer
There's a nice transformation of the construction of data and intelligibility. The "digital fold of the realm" (with the convergence of NBIC) impacts the collective assemblages of “thought”, of research. The goals of those assemblages also are debatable matters. From a basic point of view, those debates challenge “performative technological know-how and performative society”. yet one emerges and strengthens that has a number of names: transhumanism, post-humanism, speculative post-humanism. apparently as an excellent narration, a wide tale in regards to the way forward for our life, dealing with our access into the Anthropocene. it's also offered as a concrete utopia with an anthropological and technical swap. during this publication, we proposed to teach how collective intelligences stand in the course of the coupling of ontological horizons and of the “process of bio-technical maturation”.
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2, 1995; Michel Callon, Jean-Pierre Courtial, Hervé Penan, La scientométrie 1993; Paul Wouters “Aux origines de la scientométrie. La naissance du Science Citation Index”, Actes de la recherche en sciences sociales 4/2006 (no. 164) , pp. 11–22. htm. 24 Transformation of Collective Intelligences production”. In the beginning of the 1990s, an “open” movement gained momentum in the fields of software creation, dissemination of programs and scientific publication. It constituted the tangible, experimental milieu in which political and organizational questions could be put back on the agenda because they were attached to the relatively agonistic variation of the modes of data and knowledge production, circulation, exploitation and consumption.
Several tools have been developed for these standards. The RDF-based approaches, such as the linked OD or “LOD Cloud” follow its predicative nature and are but one way to apprehend some types of data exploitation to design various processing methods on a data corpus. There are many different perspectives on the world, and these perspectives are not necessarily unifiable. Being aware of this heterogeneity should be sufficient for ontology and metadata designers to take a reflective step back and avoid falling for the urge (one of the most common temptation of the world) to define writings and standards from a totalitarian and simplistic viewpoint.
38 E. Ostrom, Beyond Markets and States: Oolycentric Governance of complex economic systems, Nobel Lecture. Elements of the General Configuration and Adaptive Landscape of Collective Intelligences 37 Metadata and the semantic web must therefore be designed without preconceptions with respect to the optimality of organizational forms, especially because the criteria and ends of such an optimization cannot be easily determined. So, the various models of semantic or social-semantic web must be evaluated in the light of the organizational plasticity and combinatorial grammars they enable.