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[InetBib] [CfP] DBpedia meeting || May 23rd, 2019 || Leipzig

Dear all,

We are happy to announce that the 13th DBpedia Community Meeting will be held in Leipzig, Germany on 23rd of May, 2019. DBpedia will be part of the Language, Data and Knowledge conference (LDK). This new biennial conference series aims at bringing together researchers from across disciplines. Further information on the conference program and its associated events can be found here: http://2019.ldk-conf.org/.

* Highlights *
- Keynote #1: Making Linked Data Fun with DBpedia by Peter Haase, metaphacts
- Keynote #2: From Wikipedia to Thousands of Wikis – The DBkWik Knowledge Graph by Heiko Paulheim, University of Mannheim
- DBpedia Association hour
- DBpedia Showcase Session

* Quick Facts *
- Web URL: http://wiki.dbpedia.org/meetings/Leipzig2019
- When: May 23rd, 2019
- Where: Mediencampus Villa Ida, Poetenweg 28, 04155 Leipzig
- Call for Contribution: Submit your proposal in our form https://goo.gl/forms/pThmvkvoK8jR5gFM2 - Registration: You need to buy a ticket via https://www.eshop.sachsen.de/infai/infai_store_english/

* Side Event *
The Thinktank and Hackathon “Artificial Intelligence for Smart Agriculture” is part of the DBpedia meeting. The activity is supported by the projects DataBio, Bridge2Era as well as CIAOTECH/PNO. The goal of the thinktank & hackathon is to build new ideas and small tools, which are able to demonstrate the use auf AI within the agricultural domain and a sustainable bioeconomy. Especially, the use and impact of linked data for AI components will be one part of the event. Further discussions about future collaborations and ideas of the future of AI-based Smart Agriculture will be held. Please submit your ideas and projects here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfXD4_shiDkiHrMSwtEbEzl746oAd-GAAmDiZex_2AUTiyDnw/viewform

We are looking forward to meeting you in Leipzig!

Kind regards

Your DBpedia Association

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