Knowledge Graph research and the role of SMW
|SMWCon Fall 2020|
|Knowledge Graph research and the role of SMW - closing session|
|Description:||In a panel discussion we will highlight the state of the art about knowledge graph research and talk about the role of SMW.|
|Speaker(s):||Axel Polleres, Denny Vrandečić, Emanuel Sallinger, Lydia Pintscher, Markus Krötzsch, Marta Sabou|
|Event start:||2020/11/26 16:15:00|
|Event finish:||2020/11/26 17:15:00|
|Keywords:||enterprise knowledge management, knowledge graph, semantic mediawiki|
The future of knowledge sharing is based around federated knowledge graphs. What are knowledge graphs and what are the latest trends in knowledge graph research? What role can SMW play in the future of knowledge graphs?
Discuss with our panelists:
- Axel Polleres, professor and head of Institute for Information Business, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Wien) .
- Denny Vrandečić, working on Abstract Wikipedia at Wikimedia Foundation, former ontologist at Google, Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trustees member, Wikidata founder, co-creator of Semantic MediaWiki.
- Emanuel Sallinger, assistant professor at the Database and Artificial Intelligence Group at the Technical University Vienna (TU Wien). Head of the Knowledge Graph Lab. Senior Researcher at the University of Oxford .
- Lydia Pintscher, product manager for Wikidata, computer science graduate from the Karlsruhe Insititute of Technology.
- Markus Krötzsch, professor for Knowledge-Based Systems at the Institute for Theoretical Computer Science of the Faculty of Computer Science at TU Dresden. Co-author of the textbook Foundations of Semantic Web Technologies, co-editor of the W3C OWL 2 specification and co-creator of Semantic MediaWiki and Wikidata.
- Marta Sabou, PostDoc Researcher, FWF Elise Richter Fellow at the Faculty of Informatics of the Technical University Vienna (TU Wien). Head of the Semantic Systems Research Group.
This session will be moderated by Bernhard Krabina and is part of a joint reseerch seminar TU+WU on "Knowledge Graphs & Big(?) Data Understanding" .