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IntelLEO project took off

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Members of the GOOD OLD AI Network are partners in IntelLEO, a 3-year ICT research project (STREP) in the area of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL), within the 7th Framework Programme of the European Commission. The project has officially started on February 01, 2009, is coordinated by the ATB Institute from Bremen, Germany, and the kick-off meeting of the project consortium was held on February 19-20 in Bremen.

Uros won the Best Graduation Thesis Award!

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Uros Krcadinac was awarded the Best Graduation Thesis Award -- one of the 5 equal awards for the entire University of Belgrade -- by the Belgrade Chamber of Commerce. The award was given for his BSc thesis: "Textual emotion recognition and creative visualization" (see the Synesketch project for more information).

New awards for GOOD OLD AI undergraduates

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As a recognition for their academic achievement in the year of 2008, undergraduate GOOD OLD AI members -- Nikola Milikic, Filip Radulovic, Nela Kolundzija, and Aleksandar Svitlica -- have received several awards and scholarships:

  • The Best Student of the Class Award, Faculty of Organization Sciences (School of Business Administration), University of Belgrade
  • Young Talents Fund Scholarship - The Government of Serbia,
  • Foundation for Development of Scientific and Artistic Youth Scholarship - The Government of Serbia,
  • The Best Serbian Students Scholarship - Eurobank EFG (given to the best 100 students in Serbia).

The GOOD OLD AI Research Network congratulates them for their success!

Danica is now a PhD student at the University of Sheffield

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Danica Damljanovic has successfully passed her Transfer Report Panel today, and got promoted from being an MPhil to now officially being a PhD student at the University of Sheffield. She is looking at Natural Language Interfaces to Ontologies: Usability and Performance.

W3C SW Case Study by Faviki: Semantic Tags

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W3C SW logoVuk Milicic has been invited to write a case study about Faviki and the idea behind semantic tags for the W3C Semantic Web Activity website.

The goal of W3C SW case studies is, primarily, to help the Web community at large understand and appreciate the advantages of possibly using Semantic Web technologies in real applications.

In the case study the benefits of using the semantic tags are shown and it is described how they are used in Faviki. The key idea of the case study is that the semantic tags, as an intersection point of Web 2.0 and the Semantic Web, have the potential to enable much faster evolution of the Web by providing a solid foundation from which the Semantic Web can grow soundly.

Faviki makes it to the ReadWriteWeb's annual top 10 list of Semantic applications to watch

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ReadWriteWeb, a popular blog about the Web technology, has started publishing its annual list of "10 Semantic Web Apps to Watch" last year. This year, our project Faviki -- created by Vuk Milicic -- made it to that list!

Faviki's idea of semantic bookmarking caught their eye back in May, when they wrote a very positive review, and now it is included in this list, which is considered to be a prediction of success in this brand new part of the market.

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