Keynote: ‘The knowledge in the soundtrack of History’ by Albert Meroño Peñuela

Dr. Meroño Peñuela’s keynote at the LiSEH Spring School on Linked Data & The Semantic Web for Humanities Research
21 April 2021

On 8 April, Albert Meroño Peñuela delivered a public tak for the LisEH Spring School, organised by Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage (Austrian Academy of Sciences) and the Centre for Information Modelling – Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities (the University of Graz). In his presentation, Dr. Meroño Peñuela pointed to key questions about the cross-relations between the Humanities and Semantic Web/AI: how can we separate cultural knowledge from other representations, and what is important when we interrogate knowledge graphs for the greater good? If you missed the talk, Dr. Meroño Peñuela’ shares his  interesting keynote ‘The knowledge in the soundtrack of History’ here.  

Image: Slide of presentation ‘The knowledge in the soundtrack of History’ by Dr. Meroño Peñuela.

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