2018 Winter CQADS Workshop Series
Ontologies, Semantic Web, and Linked Data for Business
13 February 2018, from 10am to 2pm.
Description: This is a half-day workshop about the current business uses of the semantic web. It is targeted at executives, project managers and subject matter experts who want to understand what problems the technology can solve. This workshop will concern itself with the basic building blocks of the semantic web and the solutions that each aspect brings to an organization.
The objective of the workshop is not to provide in-depth technical training, rather, we wish to present an overview that will enable a varied audience to determine what this technology provides for their organization. Specific aspects will include recent standards such as the FIBO and schema.org and the recruitment and training of staff, as well as opportunities for localization to different markets and lowering the cost of regulatory reporting.
In order to anchor the discussions the tribulations of a fictional company, "The Triples Coffee Company", will be used to present business cases within different areas of an enterprise. Example solutions will then be outlined using a semantic web approach for each business case.
Instructors: Robert Warren, Ph.D., Jennifer Schellinck, Ph.D., Patrick Boily, Ph.D.
Cost per participant: $300 + HST
Includes: coffee, snacks, lunch and course materials.
A limited number of fellowships are available to the Carleton community. Inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Online registration for this workshop closes on February 10, 2018 (enter 300$ in the Amount field.).