Call For Participation: 8th DBpedia Community Meeting in California

Very shortly after the largest DBpedia meeting to date we are crossing Atlantic for the second time. We are happy to announce that the 8th DBpedia Community Meeting will be held in Sunnyvale on October 27th 2016, hosted by Yahoo.

The event will feature talks from Yahoo, IBM Watson, LinkedIn and Lattice amongst others. The topics will include knowledge graphs & machine learning, open data, open source and startups.

Please read below on different ways you can participate. We are looking forward to meeting again in person with the US-based DBpedia community.

Quick facts

Acknowledgments

If you would like to become a sponsor for the 8th DBpedia Meeting, please contact the DBpedia Association.

Yahoo!        For hosting the meeting and the catering
Google Summer of Code 2016 Amazing program and the reason some of our core DBpedia devs are visiting California
ALIGNED – Software and Data Engineering For funding the development of DBpedia as a project use-case and covering part of the travel cost
Institute for Applied Informatics For supporting the DBpedia Association
OpenLink Software For continuous hosting of the main DBpedia Endpoint

Organisation   

Registration

Attending the DBpedia Community meeting is free of charge, but seats are limited. Make sure to register to reserve a seat.

Call for Contribution

Please submit your proposal through our form. Contribution proposals may include (but are not limited to) presentations, demos, lightning talks, panels and session suggestions. We intend to accept as many proposals as possible in the available meeting time.

Location

The meeting will take place at the Yahoo headquarters in Sunnyvale. Address: Yahoo! (Building E, 701 First Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA)

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