Monthly Archives: March 2014

Linking Birds Part 1: Converting the IOC World Bird List to RDF

In SEALINCMedia presentations about Accurator we often use the example of a print described as “bird near red leaf”. Although this description captures what is seen in the print,  it can be much more precise. Questions such as what sort of

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Linking Birds Part 1: Converting the IOC World Bird List to RDF

In SEALINCMedia presentations about Accurator  we often use the example of a print described as “bird near red leaf”. Although this description captures what is seen in the print,  it can be much more precise. Questions such as what sort of

Posted in Projects, SEALINCMedia

ViSTA-TV at the European Data Conference and on Greek TV

Last week ViSTA-TV visited the European Data Forum (EDF) in Athens. Apart from many personal and informal interactions with other forum participants the project was presented in two different contexts. On March 19, Abraham Bernstein gave a overview talk about ViSTA-TV.

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Future Challenges for Knowledge Representation

  For today’s Semantic Web meeting, people from the KRR and Web and Media groups were asked to think about current research challenges in Knowledge Representation, related to the Web (of Documents, of Data, of Agents…). Paul Groth asked us

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What’s useful from a computer science education?

One of my guilty pleasures is listening to mac-oriented tech podcasts. One that I listen to is the Accidental Tech Podcast, which features Marco Arment (of Tumblr and Instapaper fame), John Siracusa (Arstechnica and long mac reviews fame) and Casey

Posted in Paul Groth, Staff Blogs

What’s useful from a computer science education?

One of my guilty pleasures is listening to mac-oriented tech podcasts. One that I listen to is the Accidental Tech Podcast, which features Marco Arment (of Tumblr and Instapaper fame), John Siracusa (Arstechnica and long mac reviews fame) and Casey

Posted in Paul Groth, Staff Blogs

100

This is my 100th blog post here at Think Links. I started blogging October 23, 2008 with a post about the name of the blog. That’s about 5 years of blogging averaging about 20 posts a year. So not a

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Workshop Geschiedenis en Digitale Historische Tekstanalyse – 4 April 2014, Vrije Universiteit

Workshop Geschiedenis en Digitale Historische Tekstanalyse – 4 April 2014,  Vrije Universiteit De laatste jaren is er veel aandacht voor de mogelijkheden van ‘Digital Humanities’, of ‘e-Humanities’, voor historisch onderzoek.  Bij Digital Humanities projecten is er vrijwel altijd sprake van

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