While computers and networks have dramatically changed many areas of society, knowledge exchange in research still follows traditional paradigms - the discussion in this topic is devoted on how we can facilitate the paradigm shift from document-based to knowledge graph based information exchange
After nearly 10 years of evangelisation, semantic technologies is now being part of the broadcasting landscape. Broadcasters, manufacturers and asset management solution providers’ attention has risen to an unequalled level of awareness. The EBU welcomes this evolution and has developed active collaboration with key industry actors. The EBU is promoting several solutions for the semantic management of audio-visual content and live sport data.
The creation of derivative data works, i.e. for purposes like content creation, service delivery or process automation, is often accompanied by legal uncertainty about usage rights and high costs in the clearance of licensing issues.
Discovering hidden facts in steadily growing and complex knowledge graphs is challenging. It‘s not that a proper SPARQL query can‘t retrieve valuable information. A mission critical task often is to get an idea of those queries and the graph.
SKOS is a widely adopted W3C recommendation. It provides us with a standard way of expressing and exchanging concept schemes like taxonomies and thesauri. SKOS concept schemes are often managed in tools that provide a user-friendly way of managing these.
Audio and moving images are set apart from any other content by the adherence to a time line. As with any other media, we may state globally what a story is about. If we want to be more specific, we can state this by chapter or section of a text for anything that is written on paper. To make an equivalent statement about the songs of an Album, or if we want to locate King Marke finding Tristan and Isolde red-handed, which happens from bar 101 in the second act of Wagner's iconic opera, we need to align this i.e. with time elapsed since the start.
We introduce the SUD search system use-case for the flexible management
of a dynamic co-evolving document collection and knowledge structure
in a focused domain. The work reported here is in the context
of document and knowledge management activities in the domestic
This presentation summarizes ongoing work within the ETSI technical group ISG CIM to standardize and improve interoperability for discovery and exchange of context information between applications, IoT systems and "legacy" databases, particularly for Smart City use cases.