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I have the honor to present at the Stanford seminar CS520 on Knowledge Graphs. I will be the opening guest lecturer, introducing what Knowledge Graphs are and what are good for. The seminar is organized by Vinay Chadhri, Naren Chittar, and Michael Genesereth.
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My friend Vinay Chaudhri is organising a seminar on Knowledge Graphs with Naren Chittar and Michael Genesereth this semester at Stanford.
  
Other speakers include Jans Aasman, Juan Sequeda, Marie-Laure Mugnier, Héctor Pérez-Urbina, Mike Uschold, Jure Leskovec, Luna Dong, Mark Musen, and many others, over the course of the seminar.
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I have the honour to present in it as the opening guest lecturer, introducing what Knowledge Graphs are and what are good for.
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Due to the current COVID situation, the seminar was turned virtual, and opened to everyone to attend to.
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Other speakers during the semester include Juan Sequeda, Marie-Laure Mugnier, Héctor Pérez Urbina, Michael Uschold, Jure Leskovec, Luna Dong, Mark Musen, and many others.
  
 
* [https://web.stanford.edu/class/cs520/ CS520 at Stanford, Spring 2020]
 
* [https://web.stanford.edu/class/cs520/ CS520 at Stanford, Spring 2020]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:27, 31 March 2020

My friend Vinay Chaudhri is organising a seminar on Knowledge Graphs with Naren Chittar and Michael Genesereth this semester at Stanford.

I have the honour to present in it as the opening guest lecturer, introducing what Knowledge Graphs are and what are good for.

Due to the current COVID situation, the seminar was turned virtual, and opened to everyone to attend to.

Other speakers during the semester include Juan Sequeda, Marie-Laure Mugnier, Héctor Pérez Urbina, Michael Uschold, Jure Leskovec, Luna Dong, Mark Musen, and many others.


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