The use of semantics in the CrossCult H2020 project

Stavroula Bampatzia, Omar Gustavo Bravo-Quezada, Angeliki Antoniou, Martin Lopez Nores, Manolis Wallace, George Lepouras, and Costas Vasilakis
In Proceedings of the 2nd International Keystone Conference (IKC), 2016

CrossCult is a newly started project that aims to make reflective history a reality in the European cultural context. In this paper we examine how the project aims to take advantage of advances in semantic technologies in order to achieve its goals. Specifically, we see what the quest for reflection is and, through practical examples from two of the project's flagship pilots, explain how semantics can assist in this direction.

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