Knowledge Graphs for Social Good (KGSG) workshop was held as apart of the Knowledge Graph Conference 2020 (click here for conference workshop information and details) on May 4th, 2020. The workshop was a great success with over 80 participants in a virtual format.
The workshop detailed what the Sustainable Development Goals are for the larger audience, how to get started modeling and extracting knowledge, tooling, and example works in the space.
We want everyone to continue to work in space and start building! A physical workshop will follow next year where we will talk about progress in the space. Please stay tuned for more details!
Knowledge graphs are essential for organizing available data, discovering and representing relationships, and enabling inference.
This workshop explores social good examples (e.g. how knowledge graphs can be used to address the 17 Sustainable Development Goals - SDGs) . Knowledge graphs and mapped relationships will address many of the challenges of working across the SDG datasets and help discover insights from the collected data.
This workshop will cover topics from the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) supported by the United Nations covering topics from poverty to healthcare, education, and beyond. We will bring together a community of practitioners, policymakers, and experts to discuss ongoing industry work and academic research efforts that can address the SDGs of the UN (please see link for access to public data ) while employing new and novel industry methodologies.
Stay tuned for the 2021 workshop details!