Hi everyone,

the seminar will start in a few minutes.


On 1/11/16 16:52, Marco Fossati wrote:
Here is the link for the online streaming:



2016-01-11 16:11 GMT+01:00 Marco Fossati <foss...@spaziodati.eu

    Dear all,

    This is a kind reminder for the upcoming StrepHit IEG project
    kick-off seminar.
    Schedule: 15 January 2016, 11:00 am

    **Important update:** the location has moved to downtown Trento.
    **New location:** Aula Grande - Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Via
    S.Croce 77, Trento, Italy - http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/67197096

    The seminar will be streamed online, a link will be shared as soon
    as it is available.

    See you in Trento!


    2015-12-23 17:03 GMT+01:00 Marco Fossati <foss...@spaziodati.eu

        [Begging pardon if you read this multiple times]

        Hi everyone,

        I would like to announce with great pleasure the StrepHit IEG
        project kick-off seminar.
        Of course, you are all invited to attend.

        The event will be held in a special day: Wikipedia's birthday!

        Below you can find the details.

        Schedule: 15 January 2016, 11:00 am, Luigi Stringa Conference Room
        Location: Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Via Sommarive 18, Povo,
        Trento, Italy - http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/28933739

        Abstract: We kick-off StrepHit, a project funded by the
        Wikimedia Foundation through the Individual Engagement Grants
        StrepHit is a Natural Language Processing pipeline that
        understands human language, extracts facts from text and
        produces Wikidata statements with reference URLs.
        It will enhance the data quality of Wikidata by suggesting
        references to validate statements, and will help Wikidata become
        the gold-standard hub of the Open Data landscape.


        Speaker's bio: Marco Fossati is a researcher with a double
        background in Natural Languages and Information Technologies. He
        works at the Data and Knowledge Management (DKM) research unit
        at Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento, Italy. He is member of the
        DBpedia Association board of trustees, founder and
        representative of its Italian chapter. He has interdisciplinary
        skills both in linguistics and in programming. His research
        focuses on bridging the gap between Natural Language Processing
        techniques and Large Scale Structured Knowledge Bases in order
        to drive the Web of Data towards its full potential.

        See you in Trento and long live Wikipedia!


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