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Public lecture

“The knowledge in the soundtrack of History”

Albert Meroño Peñuela

 

Thursday, 8.4.2021, 16:15 – 17:30h (CET)

 

Abstract

Knowledge graphs leveraging semantic technologies and Linked Data are becoming prevalent in the Web, connecting the world’s knowledge in archives, science workflows, and industry. However, knowledge graphs typically assume that knowledge either comes from structured databases, or has an inherent textual origin from natural language expressions. In this talk, I will present some of my work in deploying knowledge graphs and semantic technologies for various disciplines of the Digital Humanities, in particular History and Musicology, that challenge these assumptions and investigate how knowledge from multimodal sources can be integrated, played, and socially interrogated using collaborative querying.

Albert Meroño Peñuela is Lecturer and Assistant Professor in Computer Science at the Distributed Artificial Intelligence group at King’s College London. Previously he was a postdoctoral researcher at the Knowledge Representation & Reasoning group, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Albert Meroño Peñuela investigates the construction and querying of knowledge graphs and their role in scholarly processes (https://www.albertmeronyo.org/).

Registration

The lecture will be held online. To get the access link and to participate, it is required to register before April 8th under the following link:
https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0qd-irqj0uE9D7kuuh2eGainihbX2oKKAz.

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Univ.-Prof. Dr.phil. M.A.

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