Library of Congress recognition; Hackathon results
By Andy Mabbett (
Wikidata-related projects presented during the Wikimedia Hackathon 2019 (see all documented projects)
Your reading list
- Solving Art's Data Problem - Part One, Museums. Interview with Neil Stimler by Jason Bailey, mentioning Wikidata quite a few times
- Technical usability of Wikidata's linked data: Evaluation of machine interoperability and data interpretability - Nuno Freire and Antoine Isaac.
- Fine-Grained Named Entity Recognition using ELMo and Wikidata - C. Deha Doğan, et al.
- Debiasing Vandalism Detection Models at Wikidata (PDF), Stefan Heindorf et al.
- Press, articles, blog posts
- How to use a Wikidata full json dump, requirements, steps and script, by Aliakbar Akbaritabar
- New testing ground for Wikibase: A federal agency goes on an expedition in the Wiki universe, by Barbara Fischer and Jens ohlig
- Ordia: A Web application for Wikidata lexemes, by Finn Årup Nielsen
- Papers on Rust by Magnus Manske
- Building Knowledge Base through Deep Learning Relation Extraction and Wikidata (Published in AAAI Spring Symposium: Combining Machine Learning with Knowledge Engineering, 2019)
- Using contemporary constraints to ensure data consistency. David Abián, Jorge Bernad, Raquel Trillo LadoPublished in SAC 2019. DOI:10.1145/3297280.3297509 (Paywalled)
- Citation.js: Wikidata Update, by Lars Willighagen
- Wikidata: Open Linked Data for Library Publishing, by Mairelys Lemus-Rojas et al.
Published in WWW 2019
For all other Wikidata news, new properties, etc, see:
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