Research Colloquium Business Informatics

16. Jun

As part of the Information Systems and Data Science Research Colloquium, Dr. Sanju Tiwari (PhD, Post-Doc), SMIEEE Sr. Researcher, Universidad Autonoma de Tamaulipas, Mexico, Adjunct Professor, Vardhaman College of Engineering, Hyderabad, India, will present on "From Ontologies to Knowledge Graphs: An Overview" via Zoom on June 16, 2022 starting at 4:15 pm.


Due to the dynamic nature of the Web every day, new trends are emerging in Artificial Intelligence to face the challenges. In 2001, Semantic Web was launched to structure the web pages with meaningful content for making intelligent machines. Ontologies are presented as a backbone of the Semantic Web to present the meaningful content on the web for both humans and machines. Ontologies became popular to classify the entities with their explicit meaning. W3C put the framework for the Semantic Web by presenting several recommendations such as RDF, RDF(S), OWL, OWL2, SPARQL, SKOS, SWRL, R2RML, SHACL, etc., but as Knowledge Graphs (KGs) introduces with AI power, gain huge popularity and adoption by the community. Ontologies are best to describe at the schema level, while KGs are widely adopted to describe at instance level. This session will explore the journey from ontologies to knowledge graphs and their challenges to overcome.

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