Towards a Philosophy of the Web.
October 16 2010,
I. The Web and computer ontologies: new experimental question for philosophy?
Chair: Bert Bos (W3C)
08h30-09h15: Are Web ontologies formalizations of previously existing conceptualizations or an opportunity to contrive new concepts? Are we making our way toward an experimental metaphysics or even techno-metaphysical inventions?, Bruno Bachimont (UTC & INA)
09h15-10h00: Ontology shifted from entities to operations, Pierre Livet (University Aix-Marseille I)
II. Objects, Reference and Cognition.
Chair : Alexandre Monnin (University Panthéon – Sorbonne, Paris 1)
10h15-11h00: What is a digital object?, Yuk Hui (Goldsmiths, University of London)
11h00-11h45: Are URIs actually names?, Henry Thompson (University of Edinburgh)
11h45-12h30: Artificial Intelligence versus Collective Intelligence: The Hidden
Philosophical Lineage of the Web, Harry Halpin (University of Edinburgh & W3C)
III. Web of data or documents?
Chair: Freddy Limpens (INRIA Sophia Antipolis)
14h00-14h30: (Presentation of the Web of Data), Henry Story
14h30-15h15 : Webmarks: revisiting the notion of bookmarks toward contextualized reference on the web, Nicolas Delaforge (INRIA Sophia Antipolis)
15h15-16h00 : Philosophy and the Social Web, Henry Story
IV. Words and things on the Web.
Chair: Harry Halpin (University of Edinburgh & W3C)
16h15-17h00: From ontological structure to semantic lexical structure: the case of institutional entities, Alexandra Arapinis (IHPST, University Panthéon – Sorbonne Paris 1)
17h00-17h45 : An ontology of the Web? From words and things to URIs and resources: the Web as a mediator of philosophical questions, Alexandre Monnin (University Panthéon – Sorbonne Paris 1, CNAM, IRI)
V. Tools and society.
Chair: Bruno Bachimont (UTC & INA)
17h45-18h30: From folksonomies to ontologies: proposal of a socio-technical solution, Freddy Limpens (INRIA Sophia Antipolis)
19h45-19h55: Conclusion of the day
19h55-20h00: Farewell Address
20h00-21h00: Art Exhibition