September 29, 2016 by Julia Holtze, Sandra Bartsch
Our 2016 Conference in Leipzig, Germany, was again an impactful event, combining informative talks with interactive and enlightening discussions. Over 270 attendees joined the SEMANTiCS Conference, making it a rousing success!
(Leipzig, 14.09.2016) Now in the second year the European Linked Data Award presents two winning projects coming from the legal/law domain and the research/education sector. With 37 submissions coming form 16 countries this year’s ELDC showed that European Research and European Industry are capable of presenting top research and innovation results based on
Michael Martin is involved in the future of semantic technologies all around the clock. According to his own statement, he sees his work more linked to the small daily steps in a world of growing data than the large utopias of a digital future.
With not only being a global leader and innovator in the area of semantic graph databases, linked data and cognitive computing but also being one of the first companies to recognize the power of Semantic Technology more than 15 years ago, Ontotext is truly one of the originators of the semantic technology market.
Prof. Dr.Eng. Martin Gaedke is one of the leading German experts in the field of Web Engineering and Linked Data. He is Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Computer Science at the Technical University Chemnitz and Head of Chair of Distributed and Self-Organizing Systems, where he has been conducting research on optimized interaction between people, software services and cyber-physical systems for many years.
The 12th edition of the SEMANTiCS, which is a well known platform for professionals and researchers who make semantic computing work, will be held in the city of Leipzig from September 12th till 15th. We are proud to announce the final program of the SEMANTiCS conference.
With the rapid growth of multimedia content on the Web and in corporate intranets, discovering hidden semantics in raw multimedia content is becoming one of the biggest challenges. At the same time, there is no cost-efficient and simple-to-use product available yet to tackle this challenge.
After his first contribution to the situation and future of the Semantic Web Sebastian Tramp, CTO of eccenca GmbH and Executive Coordinator of the Linked Enterprise Data Services (LEDS) project, arguments why the vision of the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0 cannot be realized without semantic technologies.