Creating and Using Image Graphs
This talk was part of the DBpedia sponsored Knowledge Graphs in Action event as part of the Autumn Semantics Conference – you can view the talk here: . Most of the talk was also a demo, I will try to make a video recording to accompany the slides soon.
ImageSnippets http://www.imagesnippets.com is a multi-faceted system for creating, publishing and managing images described with structured, linked-data.Here are two videos illustrating some of the utility of using linked data descriptions with images:
Here is a blog post that discusses how ImageSnippets uses DBedia: https://wiki.dbpedia.org/blog/imagesnippets-and-dbpedia
I’m also pleased that – at long last – all of the galleries I am currently creating on this site (http://www.margaretwarren.us) are being generated from SPARQL queries pulling triples which have have been used to tag images in ImageSnippets. More posts on this should be forthcoming as I get around to writing them.
The paper: ‘Bounding Ambiguity: Experiences with an Image Annotation System was presented https://sadworkshop.wordpress.com/ at the the Human Computation Conference (HCOMP2018) in Zurich June, 2018 .
You can read the paper here: BoundingAmbiguity_warren_hayes. In it, we discuss at some length, many of the theories and experiences we have had/been working with over the years in developing ImageSnippets.
Here are the slides from the lightning talk: