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SEMLIB Final Conference | Knowledge Hives presentation

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SemLib Final Conference
by Knowledge Hives on Dec 14, 2012
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Presentation that Knowledge Hives gave at the final conference of the SemLib EU FP7 Research4SMEs Project. Highlights our product digi.me in the context of the project deliverables: Pundit and SLDR.

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  • 1. SEMLIB PROJECT Semantic Web Tools for Digital Libraries digi.me managing information the Web 3.0 way Dr. Sebastian Ryszard Kruk, Knowledge Hives sp. z o.o. 14-Dec-2012, PisaThursday, December 20, 12
  • 2. SEMLIB PROJECT Semantic Web Tools for Digital Libraries Outline • Introduction • Problem • Background technology • digi.me • Civet • Integration of SemLib deliverables • Pundit • SLDR • ConclusionsPublic conference 14 Dec 2012, PisaThursday, December 20, 12
  • 3. SEMLIB PROJECT Semantic Web Tools for Digital Libraries Introduction • Knowledge Hives: Web 3.0 startup spin off from research on Semantic Digital Libraries • Team: • Arkadiusz Kwoska - CEO, Serial Entrepreneur • Dr. Sebastian R. Kruk - CTO, Researcher and Innovator • Wiktor Bachnik - Web 3.0 Developer • Product: digi.me - information management engine rebuilt from research results on JeromeDL -Public conference 14 Dec 2012, PisaThursday, December 20, 12
  • 4. SEMLIB PROJECT Semantic Web Tools for Digital Libraries Problems • Social media information overload • Too many low quality recommendations • Being unaware of interesting information we have access to • Forgetting what we knew • Privacy of what we gather and sharePublic conference 14 Dec 2012, PisaThursday, December 20, 12
  • 5. SEMLIB PROJECT Semantic Web Tools for Digital Libraries digi.me • Redone and improved core of JeromeDL • Middleware service (REST API) • Focus on: • organization, annotation and discovery • social interactions (sharing) • privacy control • Recommendations: • presenting related content • clustering items in large boxesPublic conference 14 Dec 2012, PisaThursday, December 20, 12
  • 6. SEMLIB PROJECT Semantic Web Tools for Digital Libraries Civet • Answer to the findings from the beta tests of digi.me • Going beyond simply NLP • Aiming not only at English texts (EN, PL, DE, FR) • Texts become RDFa documents with concepts from vocabularies published as Linked Open DataPublic conference 14 Dec 2012, PisaThursday, December 20, 12
  • 7. SEMLIB PROJECT Semantic Web Tools for Digital Libraries CivetPublic conference 14 Dec 2012, PisaThursday, December 20, 12
  • 8. SEMLIB PROJECT Semantic Web Tools for Digital Libraries Integration • Demo UI exemplifying some middleware capabilities http://demo.digi.me/ • Pundit uses Civet for entity extraction • digi.me interfaces with SLDR for SD and CF recommendationsPublic conference 14 Dec 2012, PisaThursday, December 20, 12
  • 9. SEMLIB PROJECT Semantic Web Tools for Digital Libraries IntegrationPublic conference 14 Dec 2012, PisaThursday, December 20, 12
  • 10. SEMLIB PROJECT Semantic Web Tools for Digital Libraries IntegrationPublic conference 14 Dec 2012, PisaThursday, December 20, 12
  • 11. SEMLIB PROJECT Semantic Web Tools for Digital Libraries Pundit • Perfect counterpart for Civet • Enables users to further annotate document or improve annotations from Civet • Integration: • simple annotation workflow with browser bookmarklet • uses Civet for entity extractionPublic conference 14 Dec 2012, PisaThursday, December 20, 12
  • 12. SEMLIB PROJECT Semantic Web Tools for Digital Libraries PunditPublic conference 14 Dec 2012, PisaThursday, December 20, 12
  • 13. SEMLIB PROJECT Semantic Web Tools for Digital Libraries SLDR • Recommendation engine for semantic repositories: • content-based semantic distance • collaborative filtering • Integration: • via SPARQL endpoint • run as a night batch process • Work in progress on: • improving scalability • linked-metadata semantic distancePublic conference 14 Dec 2012, PisaThursday, December 20, 12
  • 14. SEMLIB PROJECT Semantic Web Tools for Digital Libraries SLDRPublic conference 14 Dec 2012, PisaThursday, December 20, 12
  • 15. SEMLIB PROJECT Semantic Web Tools for Digital Libraries Conclusions • SemLib deliverables: • complete current Knowledge Hives technologies • are already in demand of our potential customers • requires further improvements (SLDR) and tighter integration (Pundit) • Roadmap: • two social media showcase demo services • first PoC deployments with our clientsPublic conference 14 Dec 2012, PisaThursday, December 20, 12
  • 16. SEMLIB PROJECT Semantic Web Tools for Digital Libraries digi.me manage your information the Web 3.0 way Dr. Sebastian Ryszard Kruk sebastian.kruk@knowledgehives.com Knowledge Hives sp. z o.o. http://www.knowledgehives.com Semantic tools for digital libraries a.k.a. SemLib is a 24th month R&D project supported by EU FP7 Theme: Research for SMEs (no. FP7- SME-2010-01-262301-SEMLIB) commenced in January 2011. More info at http://www.semlibproject.euThursday, December 20, 12