Harnessing the Power of (Knowledge) Graphs

The Web, traditionally viewed as a vast repository of documents, is being transformed into a huge database by the massive presence of structured data. New research challenges arise in this information space due to the intrinsic decentralized data creation and management, the lack of superimposed schema, and the availability of huge volumes of data covering diverse domains. In this talk, I will give an overview of my research activities in the areas of graph querying and explanation languages, knowledge discovery from graphs, and social networks. I will also outline some ongoing research activities centered around the marriage between machine learning and knowledge representation and reasoning.


Time: 14:30
Duration: about 20 minutes
Venue: Dipartimento di Informatica, Via Salaria 113, Third Floor, Seminari Lecture Room
Speaker: Giuseppe Pirrò

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