Kurt Cagle is one of the advisors behind the SEMANTICS 2020 Conference. He is a writer, data scientist and futurist focused on the intersection of computer technologies and society. He is also the founder of Semantical, LLC, a smart data company. In this interview, Kurt shares with us some of his expertise and his vision for the new paths being opened by Semantic Technologies.
Many of us working towards advancing machine intelligence are inspired by how a human brain works. My vision for semantic technologies is for it to find a place in future more powerful AI resulting from a synergy between the top-down processing (characterized by symbolic AI) and bottom-up processing (characterized by statistical AI) in human brains.
Artificial Intelligence is expected to create trillions of dollars of value across the economy. Andreas Blumauer explains how the rise of Semantic AI promises to overcome the barriers between humans and machines by making them work together.
SEMANTiCS 2019 Keynote Speaker Valentina Presutti coordinates the Semantic Technology Laboratory of CNR in Rome. In her research she focuses on semantic web and artificial intelligence, knowledge graphs, social robotics and beyond. In this Interview Valentina talks about ontology design patterns and knowledge graphs.
Robert David, CTO of Semantic Web Company and Lead Developer of SEMANTiCS Premium Sponsor PoolParty Semantic Suite shares insights on bringing semantic technologies and AI to the cloud and providing an integrated service environment as a solution to manage data along the linked data lifecycle.
The PatentSemTech2019 workshop at SEMANTiCS 2019 aims to foster communication between the IP industry and academia. Keynote Speaker Anthony Trippe and researchers Linda Andersson and Hidir Aras talk about achievements and challenges and the workshop itself.
Katja Hose is a Professor of Computer Science at Aalborg University, Denmark. She received her doctoral degree in Computer Science from Ilmenau University of Technology in Germany. Katja talks about increasing the reliability of Knowledge Graph access as well as her expectations for SEMANTiCS 2019.