DARPA Agent Markup Language, aka DARPA Agent Markup Language, is an actively used xml format created in 1999. The DARPA Agent Markup Language (DAML) was the name of a US funding program at the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) started in 1999 by then-Program Manager James Hendler, and later run by Murray Burke, Mark Greaves and Michael Pagels. The program focused on the creation of machine-readable representations for the Web. One of the Investigators working on the program was Tim Berners-Lee and to a great degree through his influence, working with the program managers, the effort worked to create technologies and demonstrations for what is now called the Semantic Web and this in turn led to the growth of Knowledge Graph technology. Read more on Wikipedia...
- the DARPA Agent Markup Language wikipedia page
- DARPA Agent Markup Language first appeared in 1999
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Last updated February 18th, 2020