Imagine government and other web sites answering an open ended collection of English questions over networked big data, and also explaining the answers in English. Imagine people socially networking, Wikipedia-style, to continually expand the range of questions that can be answered.
The approach starts from the observation that data by itself is necessary, but not enough, for many practical uses -- such as BI -- of an intranet or the Web.
What's also needed is knowledge about how to use the data to answer an ever increasing number of questions -- such as, "How much could the US save through energy independence?".
The technology can leverage social networking for the significant task of acquiring and curating the necessary knowledge -- in the form of Executable English.
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