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Presentations given at OKCon, Geneva, by the LinkedUp Veni competitions 8 shortlisted entrants: We-Share, Globe-Town, Polimedia, DataConf, Knownodes Mismuseos, ReCredible, YourHistory and Knownodes. Tuesday 17th September 2013.

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  • 1. Laboratoire d'InfoRmatique en Image et Systèmes d'information LIRIS UMR 5205 CNRS/INSA de Lyon/Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1/Université Lumière Lyon 2/Ecole Centrale de Lyon http://liris.cnrs.fr DataConf Browse conference metadata from your smartphone! LinkedUp Challenge – OKCon – 2013/09/17 Lionel Médini – Florian Bâcle – Benoît Durant de la Pastellière Fiona Le Peutrec – Nicolas Armando LinkedUp Challenge - OKCon - 2013/09/17
  • 2. Rationale A conference represents  A high level knowledge source on specific domains  A concentrate of the actors participating in the science evolution Conferences linked data are all over the web  Endpoints are available for the publications/authors  Many REST services are accessible  …But often inaccurate/incomplete/contextless How to facilitate and organize the access of a conference data for attendees and for everyone? 2LinkedUp Challenge – OKCon – 2013/09/17 http://dataconf.liris.cnrs.fr/
  • 3. http://dataconf.liris.cnrs.fr/LinkedUp Challenge – OKCon – 2013/09/17 With DataConf, you can Browse / search a conference dataset Access related data from other sources Get publication recommendations using an embedded inference engine …Use a few other funny features  Data visualization as graph  QR code scanning 3
  • 4. http://dataconf.liris.cnrs.fr/ DataConf and its ecosystem LinkedUp Challenge – OKCon – 2013/09/17 4 DataPaper SimpleSchedule DBLP DuckDuckGo! Google Web search API SWC Reasoner Datasource types Publication datasources Search engines Custom datasources Local datasource
  • 5. Main aspects of the app Linked Data  7 different sources  Component-based data integration Knowledge engineering  Construction of a keyword ontology  Client-side reasoning Full client-side mashup  Advanced Web technologies  Based on a widely adopted framework  Easily configurable and extendable 5LinkedUp Challenge – OKCon – 2013/09/17 http://dataconf.liris.cnrs.fr/
  • 6. Conclusion: feel free to… Try it on the deployed datasets http://dataconf.liris.cnrs.fr Configure and deploy your own DataConf instance Build / publish new datasource components …Come to see our poster and discuss about reason of life…and DataConf 6LinkedUp Challenge – OKCon – 2013/09/17 http://dataconf.liris.cnrs.fr/
  • 7. Thank you for your attention See you in a minute? LinkedUp Challenge – OKCon – 2013/09/17 7 Links  Read more about Dataconf at: http://liris.cnrs.fr/dataconf/  Try DataConf instances at: http://dataconf.liris.cnrs.fr/
  • 8. informs motivates by connecting
  • 9. Knownodes is a new way to create and explore connections between resources
  • 10. Our objective Make knowledge and the state of the art easy to access. Get more people involved in constructing knowledge. Serve as creative tool for people to express and share their insights. Have the data open and accessible.
  • 11. Creating connections You create a connection between any two online resources. Connections from you and others generate a knowledge network. You explain how the two are related.
  • 12. Exploring connections
  • 13. Use cases - Phd students use it to open their research in workshops - Companion for university courses - Companion for MOOCS - Sharing knowledge between hackerspaces and citizen scientists
  • 14. Piqueras 31, 4ª planta · E-26006 Logroño · T/F (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab Piqueras 31, 4ª planta · E-26006 Logroño · T/F (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab © RIAM I+L LabBilbao-Logroño. T (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com powered by Mismuseos.net: Art After Technology (putting cultural data to work) Website: www.mismuseos.net
  • 15. Piqueras 31, 4ª planta · E-26006 Logroño · T/F (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab Piqueras 31, 4ª planta · E-26006 Logroño · T/F (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab © RIAM I+L LabBilbao-Logroño. T (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com powered by LAM: Libraries, Archives and Museums are the places of our collective memory. LOD: They contain a hidden graph, made up of nodes (entities) and lines (relations) with enormous possibilities of discovering and knowledge. SEMANTIC WEB: Now we can compute those concealed relationships, and expose the connexions inside our collective memory graph under some conditions. DESCRIPTION OF THE PROBLEM The data of the museums are distributed and not connected. There are more than 55,000 museums in 202 countries. We cannot do interesting exploitations using the capacity of the machines with the information contained in the current formats of knowledge representation.
  • 16. Piqueras 31, 4ª planta · E-26006 Logroño · T/F (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab Piqueras 31, 4ª planta · E-26006 Logroño · T/F (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab © RIAM I+L LabBilbao-Logroño. T (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com powered by HOW    DISTRIBUTED,  WHAT  IS  THE  IP  AND  HOW  IS  IT  HELD   (DOES  NOT  HAVE  TO  BE  OPEN)   The  project  is  a  free  access  online  solu2on  available  in  the   web  address  h7p://mismuseos.net.     NOTA:  Habría  que  poner  de  fondo  la  home  de  MisMuseos   (las  notas  son  para  quitarlas     Free access online solution available in the web address http://mismuseos.net Presentation video: http://youtu.be/ESXjohOQNrA Demo video: http://youtu.be/l9QAYkda-io
  • 17. Piqueras 31, 4ª planta · E-26006 Logroño · T/F (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab Piqueras 31, 4ª planta · E-26006 Logroño · T/F (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab © RIAM I+L LabBilbao-Logroño. T (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com powered by MAIN GOAL The main goal of Mismuseos.net is to present a case of exploitation of Linked Data for the G.L.A.M. community through innovative end-user applications, like facet-based searches and semantic context creation, which drastically improve user experience, built on GNOSS, a semantic and social software platform with a deep focus on the generation of social knowledge ecosystems and end-user applications in a Linked Data environment. •  To put data to work: use public datasets and information on museums to generate benefits for users and improve the user’s experience. •  To link datasets both to enrich content and generate accurate contexts of information •  To clean up, curate, unify, extend and hybridize data into a knowledge domain. •  To express all the data through a unique graph in the context of a specialized Micro Linked Data Cloud for culture and education. •  To connect cultural and educational worlds in a knowledge ecosystem through the development of Hybrid or Extended Ontologies thought for that purpose. SPECIFIC GOALS
  • 18. Piqueras 31, 4ª planta · E-26006 Logroño · T/F (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab Piqueras 31, 4ª planta · E-26006 Logroño · T/F (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab © RIAM I+L LabBilbao-Logroño. T (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com powered by Hybrid and extended ontologies to connects worlds Datasets used
  • 19. Piqueras 31, 4ª planta · E-26006 Logroño · T/F (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab Piqueras 31, 4ª planta · E-26006 Logroño · T/F (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab © RIAM I+L LabBilbao-Logroño. T (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com powered by TECHNOLOGY - FACETED SEARCHES The search engine enables aggregated searches by different facets and summarization of results for each successive search.
  • 20. Piqueras 31, 4ª planta · E-26006 Logroño · T/F (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab Piqueras 31, 4ª planta · E-26006 Logroño · T/F (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab © RIAM I+L LabBilbao-Logroño. T (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com powered by TECHNOLOGY – CONTEXTS OR RELATED INFORMATION Enriched content and navigation through graphs. We have set several contexts depending on the object or entity that the user is viewing (art work, artist or museum), which offer dynamically generated content.
  • 21. Piqueras 31, 4ª planta · E-26006 Logroño · T/F (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab Piqueras 31, 4ª planta · E-26006 Logroño · T/F (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab © RIAM I+L LabBilbao-Logroño. T (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com powered by TECHNOLOGY – SEMANTIC CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (SemCMS) The previous entities (pieces of art, artists and museums) are represented on the platform with their specific ontologies thanks to the Semantic Content Management System which allows uploading an OWL file describing the concepts and relations within a particular knowledge domain, and it generates a semantic form with all the classes and properties represented in the OWL file.
  • 22. Piqueras 31, 4ª planta · E-26006 Logroño · T/F (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab Piqueras 31, 4ª planta · E-26006 Logroño · T/F (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab © RIAM I+L LabBilbao-Logroño. T (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com powered by The main problems we have faced in this projects have been: •  Generating a scalable graph that can potentially integrate any Museum •  Maintaining the datasets and data contained in them •  Developing uses and presentations of those data appropriate to each environment or user group (Semantic Dynamic Publishing) We think we have shown a possible way to travel and solve this set of problems INNOVATION IN EDUCATION and CONCLUSIONS Direct advances/ benefits: •  Extending the cultural graph with additional contexts through the connection to other cultural heritage resources of libraries and archives. •  Offering a semantic web publishing service for museums to serve customized semantic webpages with selected data coming from Mismuseos.net. •  Providing the point of view from the educational world to reflect on the necessary research on ontological engineering in cultural data. •  Providing linked data or semantic contexts to third parties, putting your cultural information inside new platforms and spaces.
  • 23. Piqueras 31, 4ª planta · E-26006 Logroño · T/F (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab Piqueras 31, 4ª planta · E-26006 Logroño · T/F (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab Ricardo Alonso Maturana © RIAM I+L Lab © RIAM I+L LabBilbao-Logroño. T (+34) 941 248 905 · gnoss@gnoss.com · www.gnoss.com powered by Thank you! RICARDO ALONSO MATURANA @maturanaricardo riam@gnoss.com GNOSS Piqueras 31, 4ª planta, E-26006 Logroño T/F (+34) 941 248 905 gnoss@gnoss.com, www.gnoss.com
  • 24. Laura Hollink Damir Juric Geert-Jan Houben Martijn Kleppe Max Kemman Henri Beunders Johan Oomen Jaap Blom
  • 25.  What is written about the main actors in this debate? How are they visualized?  Has the coverage changed over time?  What are the differences between different media? E.g. in different newspapers, or newspapers vs. radio bulletins? How is the political debate about Nuclear Energy covered in the Media?
  • 26. Step 1: Translate Dutch parliamentary debates into RDF XML by War in Parliament project Government publications PoliMedia RDF
  • 27. Step 1: Translate Dutch parliamentary debates into RDF
  • 28. Step 2: link media archives to speeches in debate 1: The news item contains the name of the speaking politician, and is published within a week of the debate. 2: We detected topics + named entities in the debates, and used those to query the news archives.
  • 29. Step 3: design, implement and test portal
  • 30. Step 3: design, implement and test portal
  • 31. SPARQL endpoint “All speeches with more than 60 associated news items.” SELECT ?speech ?no_newsitems {{ SELECT ?speech (COUNT(?news) AS ?no_news_items) WHERE{ ?speech <http://purl.org/linkedpolitics/nl/polivoc#coveredAt> ?news . } GROUP BY ?speech } FILTER (?no_news_items > 60) } Speech No. of news items http://purl.org/linkedpolitics/nl/nl.proc.sgd.d.194719480000421.2.20 83 http://purl.org/linkedpolitics/nl/nl.proc.sgd.d.194719480000421.2.22 83 http://purl.org/linkedpolitics/nl/nl.proc.sgd.d.194719480000421.2.26 73 http://purl.org/linkedpolitics/nl/nl.proc.sgd.d.194919500000623.3.22 61
  • 32. Next generation knowledge management From “bite sized e-learning” to next Wikipedia Laura Kamandulyte-Merfeldiene Co-Founder laura@recredible.com
  • 33. What is ReCredible? Next generation platform of knowledge management. Information visualisation. What is ReCredible? Topic maps. Concept cloud as an alternative to traditional text.
  • 34. A new way to experience the knowledge Information sharing has led us to technological advances, more democracy and intercultural dialog. But what next? . Why should we experience knowledge in a different way?
  • 35. RE:think, RE:assure, RE:store, RE:look, RE:create, RE:learn, RE:member, RE:discover. This is simple! This is ReCredible! Laura Kamandulyte-Merfeldiene laura@recredible.com T: +37061231092 Sk: lauravdu
  • 36. We-Share: a social annotation application that publishes and retrieves information about educational ICT tools from the Web of Data Authors: Adolfo Ruiz-Calleja Guillermo Vega-Gorgojo, Juan I. Asensio-Pérez, Eduardo Gómez-Sánchez, Miguel L. Bote-Lorenzo, Carlos Alario- Hoyos
  • 37. Current educational ICT tool registries 2  Widely used by educators to discover and select ICT tools for their classrooms  They share data sustainability problems: – Tool descriptions are hard to create and maintain updated – Tool descriptions do not contain information about their educational use – Registries are isolated • Information cannot be shared – The cold-start problem
  • 38. We-Share proposal 3  Sustain a dataset of educational ICT tools published as Linked Open Data  Automatically obtain information from the Web of Data  Enable educators to search and publish Linked Open Data about ICT tools
  • 39. We-Share:Search interface
  • 40. We-Share:Tool description
  • 41. We-Share:Tool review
  • 42. David GrausMaria-Hendrike Peetz Maarten de Rijke Daan Odijk Ork de Rooij University of Amsterdam
  • 43. entity linking similarity
  • 44. https://apps.facebook.com/yourhistory/