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Meet local people interested in standardized and future (Semantic Web) Internet technologies aimed at turning the Web into a huge repository of cross-referenced, machine-understandable data and executable artifacts, processes and services. We envision and debate how the emerging social, semantic, pragmatic, multimedia Web mediates the ways in which we construct mutual understanding, shared meaning, and knowledge-based collaboration. We address Semantic Web / Web X.0 technologies and applications that help to develop or that use ontologies, controlled vocabularies and rules systems on the public World Wide Web and in the enterprise - as Corporate Semantic Web with valuable business models behind it. The Berlin Semantic Web Meetup group provides common ground for dialogue at the nexus of these topics. WE INVITE YOU as a practitioner, decision maker or researcher working on these challenges or having an interest to join us in the Meetups to share your work, and to come and find out what others are doing. This is an emerging network of people exploring the intersection of established intellectual traditions and the fast changing Web: come and help shape the community!

Upcoming events (1)

Data Protection, Privacy and Responsible AI for a Digital Society - Paul Nemitz

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Paul Nemitz will talk to us about Data Technologies, AI and Data Privacy and Protection in Democratic Societies.

Speaker: Paul Nemitz

Paul lives in Brussels and is the principal advisor to the EU Commissions Directorate-General for Justice and Consumers. As the Director for Fundamental Rights at the EU Commission, he was Instrumental for the work on the introduction of the basic data protection regulations in the EU, the NSA Snowden inquiry and negotiation of the EU-US Privacy Shield and the EU Code of Conduct against Hatespeech on the internet.

Paul is a legal expert and has studied law in Germany and advanced his research with a Fulbright scholarship in Comparative Law at the George Washington University Law School in Washington D.C.

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Data Protection, Privacy and Responsible AI for a Digital Society

Past events (60)

FAIR Data Spaces Now!

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