SemanticGames.org is a website for collecting information on games that use semantic technologies or try to contribute in the area of semantic content creation. The web site should serve as comprehensive overview of the currently available semantic games in terms of what these games focus on as semantic games address a specific purpose.
In FreeAssociation, players have to provide words that are related to a given word however their input must not be equal to a word of a provided “taboo” list. In case the players’ answers match, they get points and a new seed word. Website: http://ai.stanford.edu/~dvickrey/ Paper: http://ai.stanford.edu/~dvickrey/game.pdf Datasets: http://ai.stanford.edu/~dvickrey/game_data/View full post
SpotTheLink is a two player game focusing on the alignment of DBpedia concepts to the Proton upper ontology. Each player has to select Proton concepts which are either the same as or more specific than a randomly selected DBpedia concept. Matching choices are rewarded. Website: http://ontogame.sti2.at/games/View full post
In the SentimentQuiz the players choose from a fife grade scale ranging from very negative to neutral to very positive for describing a randomly chosen word regarding its sentiment scores. The more similar the choices of the players are the more points they get. Website: http://www.facebook.com/apps/application.php?id=28282268272View full post
In L!NKS, communities with a common interest (e.g. Semantic Web research community and joint conference series; family pictures; friends, etc.) can create, search and take challenges for annotating limited, well-chosen sets of pictures in a semi-automatic manner. As rewards, L!NKS provides wall notifications on Facebook, rankings with friends, challenges and sociability. Website: http://www.insemtives-links.net/ Datasets: http://thedatahub.org/dataset/insemtivesView full post
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