KI2NA - Using Linked Data for the Intelligent society

author: Anthony McCauley, Fujitsu Ireland
author: Stefan Decker, RWTH Aachen University
published: March 31, 2014,   recorded: March 2014,   views: 3493
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Imagine a world where people and organisations are free to achieve their full potential and instinctively feel secure and in control. A world where knowledge is continually harnessed to drive new value and support sustainable growth. This is the world that Fujitsu aims to make a reality. We call it a Human Centric Intelligent Society. We see the ability to seamlessly integrate data from an a all aspects of society as a cornerstone for this vision. Fujitsu Labs Japan, Fujitsu Labs Europe together with Insight Galway (previously DERI) are building the foundations for the Human Centric Intelligent Society deploying Linked Data and Open Data. The KI2NA project is aiming at a comprehensive infrastructure, which is initially deployed in two domains - Healthcare and Financial Services. In the talk we present the infrastructure and its use cases.

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