Connected Data London “brings together the Linked and Graph Data communities”.
More and more Linked Data applications seem to emerge in the business world and software companies make it part of their business plan to integrate Graph Data in their data stories or in their features.
MarkLogic is opening a new wave to how enterprise databases should be used to push over the limits of closed, rigid structures to integrate more data. Neo4j explains how you can enrich existing data and follow new connections and leads for investigations of the Panama Papers.
No wonder the communities in different locations gather to share, exchange and network around topics like Linked Data. In London, a new conference is emerging exactly for this purpose: Connected Data London. The conference sets the stage for industry leaders and early adopters as well as researchers to present their use cases and stories. You can hear talks from multiple domains about how they put Linked Data to a good use: space exploration, financial crime, bioinformatics, publishing and more.
The conference will close with an interesting panel discussion about “How to build a Connected Data capability in your organization.” You can hear from the specialists how this task is approached. And immediately after acquiring the know-how you will need a easy-to-use and easy-to-integrate software to help with your Knowledge Model creation and maintenance as well as Text Mining and Concept Annotating.
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In our dedicated slot we present how a Connected Data Application is born from a Knowledge Model and which are the steps to get there.
Connected Data London – London, 12th July, Holiday Inn Mayfair
In recent years, Nature has adopted linked data technologies on a broader scale. Andreas Blumauer was intrigued to discover more about the strategy and technologies behind. He had the opportunity to talk with Michele Pasin and Tony Hammond who are the architects of Nature’s data publishing portal.
At the annual SEMANTiCS Conference, experts from academia and industry meet to discuss semantic computing, its benefits and future business implications. Since 2005, SEMANTiCS has been attracting the opinion leaders in semantic web and big data technology, ranging from information managers and software engineers, to commerce experts and business developers as well as researchers and IT architects, when it comes to defining the future of information technology.
The release of the ISO standard for thesauri “ISO 25964 Part 1: Thesauri for information retrieval” in 2011 was a huge step, as it replaced standards that dated back to 1986 (ISO 2788) and 1985 (ISO 5964). By that, methodologies from a pre-Web era, when thesauri where rather developed to be published on paper have been further developed. The new standard also brought a shift from a term-based model to a concept-based model stating: “Each term included in a thesaurus should represent a single concept (or unit of thought)” – from: ISO 25964 Part 1, page 15. That brings it close to Semantic Web based data models like SKOS and also shows that formerly disconnected communities are now working together.