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Scientific Workshop - Applied use of Digital Curation Technologies and Tools

Friday 23rd of September | Online | Sprache: EN

"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 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.

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Aktuelles Programm

9:50 - 10:00
Welcome by Program Committee Chair

Prof. Dr. Adrian Paschke

10:00 - 10:30
An overview of the QURATOR project and related initiatives

Prof. Dr. Georg Rehm, DFKI GmbH

10:30 - 12:00
Management of Digitally Curated and Semantically Expressive Information and Knowledge

A tool for semiautomatic cataloguing of an islamic digital library: a use case from the Digital Maktaba project
Riccardo Martoglia, Luca Sala, Matteo Vanzini and Riccardo Vigliermo

Cultural Heritage as Data: Digital Curation and Artificial Intelligence in Libraries
Clemens Neudecker

Application of knowledge graphs for creating a library of reusable knowledge in the smart city domain
Dmitry Kudryavtsev, Natalia Chichkova

12:00 - 13:00
Lunch Break

13:00 - 14:45
Applications, Evaluations, and Experiences in Applying Digital Curation Technologies

Eliciting and Curating Procedural Knowledge in Industry: Challenges and Opportunities
Anisa Rula, Gloria Re Calegari, Antonia Azzini, Davide Bucci, Ilaria Baroni and Irene Celino

Automatic Assessment of Online Content Credibility by Measuring the Adherence to Journalistic Standards
Eliza Danila, Julián Moreno Schneider and Prof. Dr. Georg Rehm

Human-Friendly, Machine-Readable: Coreon MKS for Visual Curation of Semantic Content and Linked Data
Alena Vasilevich and Michael Wetzel

14:45 - 15:00
Coffee Break

15:00 - 16:45
AI-based / Semantic Large Scale and Complex Information and Content Analysis

Knowledge Extraction for Art History: the Case of Vasari's The Lives of The Artists (1568)
Cristian Santini, Mary Ann Tan, Oleksandra Bruns, Tabea Tietz, Etienne Posthumus and Harald Sack

Identification of Relations between Text Segments for Semantic Storytelling
Prof. Dr. Georg Rehm, Malte Ostendorff, Rémi Calizzano, Karolina Zaczynska and Julián Moreno Schneider

16:45 - 17:00
Acknowledgment and closing