Lunchtime Lecture

Semantic Architectures for Linked Open Data

Do the words  ‘Semantic architecture for Linked Open Data’ make your brain go a bit fuzzy?

Its time to sort that out then isn’t it?!?  Come along and find out everything you need to know at this Lunchtime Lecture with guest presenter, Renato Iannella, Founder & Principal Architect, Semantic Identity.

The age of the Semantic Web and Linked Open Data (LOD) has the potential to create a new breed of information system that delivers enhanced data features to a wider audience of users. The emerging LOD datasets are driving this, but are focussed on data, rather than semantics. The capability of LOD can  be greatly enhanced when modelling principles from the semantic web are followed, thus enabling greater sharing of knowledge and machine-reasoning potential.

This talk will discuss how LOD teams can look at semantic modelling principles, the reuse of vocabularies, and plan for linkages to their data. The outcome will be an enterprise-ready LOD solution that can more actively participate in the LOD ecosystem.

Where and when?

Thursday 13 July from 12-1pm

At ODI Queensland: The Stair Stadium, The Precinct Level 2, TCB, 315 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane.

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