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Scientific Workshop

February 12th

Digital curation is a complex time and knowledge intensive process, in which knowledge workers create new content artifacts and knowledge insights from heterogeneous sources (content, data, knowledge).

Applied use of Digital Curation Technologies and Tools

The work required for this includes, e.g., selecting, summarizing, scheduling, translating, localising, structuring, condensing, enriching, visualizing and explaining the various contents, taking into account the steadily growing speed, volume and number of sources such as online newspapers, news portals, social media, linked data, business information systems, IoT data streams etc. AI, in particular from the field of language and semantic knowledge technologies, are used to support these tasks and thereby accelerate and qualitatively improve them.

The Scientific Workshop provides an open forum for short presentations and discussions on a specific topic relevant to the use of digital curation technologies in application domains for, e.g., media, journalism, logistics, cultural heritage, health care and life sciences, energy, industry. Of particular relevance are papers that demonstrate the applied use of digital curation technologies and tools in domain-specific use cases and that bridge traditional boundaries between disciplines such as Artificial Intelligence and Semantic Web, data analytics and machine learning, information/content and knowledge management systems, information retrieval, knowledge discovery, and computational linguistics.

Program - Part 2

09:45 - 10:00
Presentation by Program Committee Chair 

10:00 - 10:45 
Invited Talk

The Flair Framework for State-of-the-Art Natural Language Processing (and Few-Shot Learning)

Prof. Dr. Alan Akbik 
Humboldt University of Berlin

10:45 - 12:00 
Session: AI-based Content Analysis

Md. Mahmud Uz Zaman, Stefan Schaffer and Tatjana Scheffler. Factoid and Open-Ended Question Answering with BERT in the Museum Domain

Christina Tzogka, Fotini Koidaki, Stavros Doropoulos, Ioannis Papastergiou, Efthymios Agrafiotis, Katerina Tiktopoulou and Stavros Vologiannidis. OCR Workflow: Facing Printed Texts of Ancient, Medieval and Modern Greek Literature

Gerhard Kober and Adrian Paschke. Medical information-graphs, based on ontologies and FHIR

Diego Fernando Válio Antunes Alves, Gaurish Thakkar, Gabriel Amaral, Tin Kuculo and Marko Tadić. Building Multilingual Corpora for a Complex Named Entity Recognition and Classification Hierarchy using Wikipedia and DBpedia

12:00 - 12:45

12:45 - 14:00
Session: AI-based / Semantic Large Scale and Complex Information

Jamal Al Qundus, Ralph Schäfermeier, Naouel Karam, Silvio Peikert and Adrian Paschke. ROC: An Ontology for Country Responses towards COVID-19

Janna Hastings. Scientific Ontologies, Digital Curation and the Learning Knowledge Ecosystem

Andreas Lüschow and José Calvo Tello. Towards Genre Classification in the Library Catalog

Karolina Zaczynska, Florian Kintzel, Julián Moreno-Schneider and Georg Rehm. Combining Knowledge about Text Types and Document Structures for Enhanced Content Curation

14:00 - 14:15

14:15 - 14:45
Demo-style Discussions

Students of the Free University of Berlin

Knowledge evolution system for the explore of financial indices (German)

14:45 - 15:00 
Acknowledgment and closing the Qurator2021

Program Committee Chair

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