Conferences and other events about knowledge graphs, linked data and related topics
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DCMI 2020 International Conference on Metadata
December 31, 2021
This event was originally scheduled to take place in Ottawa, Canada, 14-17 Sept. 2020, but has been postponed until an unspecified date in the fall of 2021. From the event website, as , as retrieved 17 Apr. 2020.
With regret, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the consequent uncertainty and disruption which will continue for the medium term, the DCMI 2020 Organising Committee has taken the decision to postpone the DCMI 2020 International Conference on Metadata until Autumn 2021.
Instead, we are planning an alternative event for September 2020. We are calling this DCMI Virtual. This will be a programme of virtual, invited, moderated sessions including presentations, tutorials, expert panel discussions and keynotes. We will do our best to make these as interactive as possible, with moderated question and answer sessions.
“For more than two decades, the Dublin Core™ community has supported researchers, educators, practitioners and developers in exchanging and sharing knowledge, project experience, and innovative ideas on metadata. Metadata is central in today’s data-intensive, data-dependent, and data-driven environment. Trending fields such as linked (open) data, research data, new artificial intelligence, machine learning, digital humanities and open science depend on high-quality metadata to perform effectively. Metadata supports not only data management, conservation, and reuse but provides an invaluable source for analytics and knowledge discovery. The metadata community must rethink its practices to stay ahead of the next wave of developments in data-driven environments.”
“The DCMI 2020 conference embraces the spectrum of innovation in metadata research, applications, and analytics, with a special focus on challenges and opportunities of open data.”
“This year’s conference will mark the 25th anniversary of the original Dublin Core™ workshop. We will both reflect on two and a half decades of innovations while looking ahead to future developments.”