Access capabilities from any API, via a simple abstraction.
Standard Knowledge Language ("SKL") is a protocol that makes it easy to interact with non-standard data formats and APIs through standardized abstractions of data ("Nouns") and capabilities ("Verbs").
SKL does not require software publishers to change their existing APIs or offerings. Instead, it provides a streamlined way for developers to easily and simultaneously connect to a theoretically infinite number of APIs and data sources.
Using SKL, a developer, end user, or application can easily perform operations on/with any given Noun(s) regardless of where the data comes from or how it’s stored.