CLARIN Café on Linguistic Linked Data
Marco Passarotti is co-organizer of the CLARIN Café on Linguistic Linked Data of which he will also be one of the speakers. The event will take place online on April 29 at 2pm.
This CLARIN Café will be specifically devoted to the role that LLD can play in the CLARIN Infrastructure, discussing how the LLD approach can be used to overcome the problem of the lack of interoperability between the (many) resources stored in CLARIN. On the other hand, the role the CLARIN infrastructure could play in a broader LLD-based ecosystem of semantically interoperable language data and applications will also be analysed. In particular, the Café will focus on the following issues:
- What are the advantages of applying the linked data principles to language resources, NLP tools and language resource metadata?
- What are the currently available models, ontologies and their extensions to represent (meta)data as LLD?
- What are the most challenging issues that affect LLD based applications and how can CLARIN help ?
- What research projects are already using LLD to make resources accessible and what are some potential points of collaboration with CLARIN ?