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Francisco joins the SKM team

On 1 February 2023, KMi’s Scholarly Knowledge Modelling (SKM) team welcomed Francisco Bolaños Burgos, who is starting his doctoral research under the supervision of Dr Francesco Osborne, Dr Angelo Salatino and Prof Enrico Motta. Francisco will investigate new AI-powered solutions for the automatic generation of literature reviews. Francisco has a background in Natural Language Processing...

KMi Researchers Launch the AIDA Dashboard

In partnership with Springer Nature and the University of Cagliari, the Scholarly Knowledge Research Group at The Open University’s Knowledge Media Institute has developed the AIDA Dashboard, an innovative tool for exploring and making sense of the dynamics of research topics, scientific conferences and journals in Computer Science. These capabilities can be used to provide insights about...

Springer Nature and KMi extend their strategic collaboration until March 2022

KMi’s Scholarly Knowledge Mining team (SKM) and Springer Nature have formally agreed to extend their strategic collaboration agreement until March 2022. The new contract defines the latest chapter in a highly successful strategic partnership, which started back in 2014 and has since gone from strength to strength. During these years the SKM team has established itself has one of the...

Klink-2 among the top-cited ISWC papers in the past 5 years

We are extremely pleased to see that our paper about Klink-2 is included in the list generated by Google Scholar (link), which presents the most cited papers published in the past 5 years at the International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC). This is the main international forum for showcasing the latest academic and industrial results for the Semantic Web and Linked Data...

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