This is a Closed submission
for Wikimania 2019
. It has been reviewed and was not accepted.
Quality/open knowledge networks: aligning public knowledge graphs to identify gaps, deconflict sources, and cluster equivalents
We will discuss the framing of OKNs, current equivalents like Wikidata and iNaturalist, and current initiatives to expand these and form a federated network of public knowledge and interfaces, for humans + cyborgs + machines alike.
This session will address the conference theme — Wikimedia, Free Knowledge and the Sustainable Development Goals — in the following manner:
Scope, education, and local capacity building all depend on this being accessible, flexible, inexpensive to access, sensible to use.
At the end of the session, the following will have been achieved:
Participants will have learned about current efforts to develop knowledge networks from heterogenous collections,
and have shared those they are part of.
Sj (talk) 14:19, 22 May 2019 (UTC)
Working together; lightning talks punctuating active work sessions.
Each Space at Wikimania 2019 will have specific format requests. The program design prioritises submissions which are future-oriented and directly engage the audi
ence. The format of this submission is a:
- Lightning talk
- Tool or project demonstration: short talks focused on tools
- Computer-based training workshop
- Discussion-based training workshop
- Panel with audience Question & Answer session
The session will work best with these conditions: