Climate Change Action Through Artificial Intelligence: Putting Knowledge Graphs to Work
Climate change is the most complex and challenging topic of our times. Knowledge graphs – technological tools that allow for unprecedented levels of sophistication in connecting disparate facets of knowledge – are becoming state-of-the-art in data science. The technology is accelerating the use of data in the world’s knowledge-driven economies to create modern solutions for data and knowledge management systems.
With a focus on decision and process augmentation, this type of AI helps us connect the dots in data – and to do so automatically. Applications based on knowledge graph technologies allow users to quickly map and support complex knowledge domains and their heterogeneous data structures.
By the end of this session you will understand how artificial intelligence can optimize knowledge structuring and sharing, allowing us to leverage information to adapt to the impact of climate change and move closer to achieving the goals set by the Paris Agreement.
- Sukaina Bharwani, Senior researcher and weADAPT Coordinator, SEI Oxford Centre
- Denise Recheis, Knowledge and taxonomy manager at REEEP
- Julia Barrott, Researcher and weADAPT Knowledge Manager, SEI Oxford Centre
- Martin Kaltenböck, Co-Founder and Managing Director at Semantic Web Company
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