Google constantly indexes the information that we put on the internet, so it’s not a real surprise that your name appears on the first Google page if e.g. you have a LinkedIn profile. However that’s not always a certainty, especially when your name is not unique.
Over the last years, the way we search for information on the internet has completely changed. The Semantic Web seeks to provide the web with the intelligence, understanding how data is related, contextualizing information and getting the search results meaningful within this overwhelming mass of data.
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