Ask questions of Tim Berners-Lee, Nova Spivack and others

On 11 June, Rennsaelaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) is hosting a debate to explore the views of luminaries in the evolving Semantic Web. Somewhat unusually, the questions that panellists face will be influenced by "the collective wisdom of Web users from around the world.

On 11 June, Rennsaelaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) is hosting a debate to explore the views of luminaries in the evolving Semantic Web. Somewhat unusually, the questions that panellists face will be influenced by "the collective wisdom of Web users from around the world."

Anyone can ask a question, and the community is invited to vote on questions posed in order to select the most popular topics for discussion.

Panellists comprise (former podcast subject) Sir Tim Berners-Lee, (former podcast subject) Jim Hendler, (former podcast subject) Nova Spivack, Deborah McGuiness, Wendy Hall, and Nigel Shadbolt.

The debate will be livecast across the Web, and it's down to all of you to make sure that the questions you want to be answered get asked. How often do you sit through an anodyne panel where the questions are hardly even worth asking, let alone answering? Well, if that happens this time, it's your fault.

I look forward to seeing what happens.