Serge Abiteboule - "Turn your "digital self" into a knowledge base"

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  • Sujet : Keynote session
  • Date de parution : 24/11/2014
  • Durée : 1 h 13 min
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Digital IntelligenceDI2014Serge AbitebouleWebKnowledgeNumériqueComputer science

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Résumé de la vidéo

A Web user today has his/her data and information distributed in a number of services that operate in silos. Computer wizards already know how to control their personal data to some extent. It is now becoming possible for everyone to do the same, and there are many advantages to doing so. Everyone should now be in a position to manage his/her personal information. Furthermore, we will argue that we should move towards personal knowledge bases and discuss advantages to do so.

Serge Abiteboul


Serge Abiteboul obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California, and a State Doctoral Thesis from the University of Paris-Sud. He has been a researcher at Inria since 1982 and is now Distinguished Affiliated Professor at ENS Cachan. He was a Lecturer at the École Polytechnique and Visiting Professor at Stanford and Oxford University. He has been Chair Professor at Collège de France in 2011-12 and Francqui Chair Professor at Namur University in 2012-2013. He became a member of the French Academy of Sciences in 2008, and a member the Academy of Europe in 2011. Abiteboul's research work focuses mainly on data, information and knowledge management, particularly on the Web. He has recently started a blog about computer science (binaire.blog.lemonde.fr).

Digital Intelligence 2014


Digital Intelligence 2014 (#DI2014) was the first international scientific and interdisciplinary conference dedicated to digital society and cultures. The main objective was to bring together researchers, practitioners and students from a large variety of fields and to provide them with the opportunity to share their visions and research achievements as well establish worldwide cooperative research and developpement. Areas of research include but are not limited to: Data, Social Web, Digital Humanities, Digital Identity, The commons, Digital Art, Smart Cities, Media and Digital Cultures, Human-Computer Interface, Digital Literature, Digital Literacy, Computational Thinking, Secutity, Safety and Privacy, e-Learning, Business intelligence. The mindset of #di2014 is unique in bringing these disciplines together in creative and critical dialogs.



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