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Tuesday, September 24 • 8:30am - 5:00pm
Advanced Knowledge Technologies for Science in a FAIR World (AKTS)

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A new wave of knowledge technologies is sparking innovation in eScience, including the emergence of large knowledge graphs created from text extraction and crowdsourcing, the rise of Wikidata as a nexus for core entities and resources in science, the proposed open knowledge networks of scientific content that include provenance and natural interfaces, and the advent of web-scale semantic dataset search using standard schemas. Given that semantics and ontologies have enabled many scientific advances, these new knowledge technologies offer exciting possibilities that will be discussed at this workshop.

Visit https://www.isi.edu/ikcap/akts/akts2019 for more information.


Describing datasets in Wikidata
Denny Vrandecic (Google)

Making Data FAIR Requires More than Just Principles: We Need Knowledge Technologies
Mark Musen (Stanford University)

Iterative Document Retrieval via Deep Learning Approaches for Biomedical Question Answering
Ibrahim Burak Ozyurt (UC San Diego) and Jeffrey Grethe (UC San Diego)

Incorporating New Concepts Into the Scientific Variables Ontology
Maria Stoica (University of Colorado, Boulder) and Scott Peckham (University of Colorado, Boulder)

Tuesday September 24, 2019 8:30am - 5:00pm PDT
Boardroom West