DBpedia Archive

Category: SEMANTiCS

  • A year with DBpedia – Retrospective Part 2/2022

    January 12, 2023
    This is the final part of our journey through 2022. In the previous blog post we already presented DBpedia highlights, events and tutorials. Now we want to take a look at the second half of 2022 and give an outlook for 2023. DBpedia Day @ Semantics Conference in Vienna … read more
  • DBpedia Day in Vienna – Servus!

    September 15, 2022
    Wow! Up to 100 DBpedians joined the DBpedia Day on September 13, 2022, in Vienna. This year the event was again co-located with the SEMANTiCS conference.  First and foremost, we would like to thank the Institute for Applied Informatics for supporting our community and many thanks to the SEMANTiCS … read more
  • More than 50 DBpedia enthusiasts joined the Community Meeting in Karlsruhe.

    September 19, 2019
    SEMANTiCS is THE leading European conference in the field of semantic technologies and the platform for professionals who make semantic computing work, and understand its benefits and know its limitations. Following, we will give you a brief retrospective about the presentations. Opening Session Katja Hose – “Querying the web … read more
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  • SEMANTiCS 2019 Interview: Katja Hose

    August 29, 2019
    Today’s post features an interview with our DBpedia Day keynote speaker Katja Hose, a Professor of Computer Science at Aalborg University, Denmark. In this Interview, Katja talks about increasing the reliability of Knowledge Graph Access as well as her expectations for SEMANTiCS 2019.  Prior to joining Aalborg University, Katja was a … read more
  • SEMANTiCS Interview: Dan Weitzner

    August 20, 2019
    As the upcoming 14th DBpedia Community Meeting, co-located with SEMANTiCS 2019 in Karlsruhe, Sep 9-12, is drawing nearer, we like to take that opportunity to introduce you to our DBpedia keynote speakers. Today’s post features an interview with Dan Weitzner from WPSemantix who talks about timbr-DBpedia, which we blogged … read more