Only 8 days left to reserve your seat for our 3rd US DBpedia Community Meeting. We are happy to announce that the 11th DBpedia Meeting will be held in Cupertino, California on October 12th 2017, hosted by Apple Inc.
The meetup focuses on connecting the community interested in DBpedia and Knowledge Graphs in general, has included lightning talks by distinguished speakers (e.g. from Stanford, Google, IBM Watson, Netflix, LinkedIn, Wikimedia Foundation, Nuance, etc.). Talk topics have extended also to natural language processing, knowledge representation, information extraction, integration and retrieval, graph databases, knowledge base embeddings and machine learning.
We are looking forward to meeting again in person with the US-based DBpedia Community.
- Web URL: http://wiki.dbpedia.org/meetings/California2017
- Hashtag: #DBpediaCA
- When: October 12th, 2017
- Where: Apple Inc., De Anza 3 Theater and Atrium (1st floor), 10500 N De Anza Blvd, Cupertino, CA 95014-2033, United States
- Host: Apple Inc.
- Registration: through eventbrite (limited seats)
Please check our schedule for the next DBpedia Community Meeting here: http://wiki.dbpedia.org/meetings/California2017
If you would like to become a sponsor for the 11th DBpedia Meeting, please contact the DBpedia Association.
|Apple Inc.||For sponsoring catering and hosting our meetup on their campus.|
|Google Summer of Code 2017||Amazing program and the reason some of our core DBpedia devs are visiting California|
|ALIGNED – Software and Data Engineering||For funding the development of DBpedia as a project use-case and covering part of the travel cost|
|Institute for Applied Informatics||For supporting the DBpedia Association|
|OpenLink Software||For continuous hosting of the main DBpedia Endpoint|
- Pablo N. Mendes (host, program chair), Apple Inc.
- Taylor Rhyne (host), Apple Inc.
- Magnus Knuth, AKSW/KILT
- Filipe Mesquita, diffbot
- Dimitris Kontokostas, DBpedia Chapter Coordinator
- Sebastian Hellmann, AKSW/KILT, DBpedia Association
- Thanks to Anna Lisa Gentile (IBM Research) and Samuel Goto (Google)
Attending the DBpedia Community Meeting is free of charge, but seats are limited. Make sure to register to reserve a seat.
We are looking forward to meeting you in California.
Your DBpedia Association