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We are pleased to announce that Hjalmar Gislason is one of our keynote speakers at KCAP 2013. Hjalmar Gislason is the founder and CEO of DataMarket. Hjalmar is a successful entrepreneur, founder of four software companies since 1996. Prior to launching DataMarket, Hjalmar worked on new media and business development for companies in the Skipti Group […]
We are pleased to announce a crowd-funding initiative to sponsor KCAP 2013. We want to innovate a tiny little bit in how such meetings are organized by adding a new funding source to the organization of a specific scientific conference on Knowledge Capture. Most scientific conferences are funded through a combination of participant registration fees and institutional […]
The KCAP2013 Datathon invites submissions that demonstrate the value of Open Data through innovative applications. Objectives include to identify possible pitfalls along the value chain of the data, and second, to draw a number of conclusions that allow the communities involved in generating and exploiting large-scale data, to deal with such difficulties and flatten the […]
We are pleased to announce that Mark Greaves is one of our keynote speakers at KCAP 2013. Mark Greaves is currently Technical Director, Analytics, for the USs Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. He works with cutting-edge PNNL scientific teams from analytics, semantic computing, information visualization, and human-centered software systems to develop systems that exploit web-scale symbolic […]
We are pleased to announce that Nigel Shadbolt is one our keynote speakers at KCAP 2013. Nigel Shadbolt is Professor of Artificial Intelligence (AI) at the University of Southampton and Head of the Web and Internet Science Group (http://users.ecs.soton.ac.uk/nrs/). He is a Director of the Web Science Trust (http://webscience.org/), and of the Web Foundation (http://www.webfoundation.org/) – […]
The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) has confirmed their sponsorship of K-CAP 2013. ACM is the premier organisation for computer science research and their sponsorship of K-CAP 2013, through the Special Interest Group for Artificial Intelligence (SIGART), is a key endorsement of the conference’s contribution to the Artificial Intelligence community.