The Knowledge Graph Conference Tools and Demonstrations Track offers opportunities for both practitioners and researchers to present and discuss the most recent advances, ideas, experiences, and challenges in the field of Knowledge Technologies by means of live demonstration. Demonstrations are intended to address any aspect of tools or application that support development of knowledge graphs and can belong to three distinct categories:
Tools used in practice, either from commercial vendors, industry, or open source projects. Tool demonstrations should focus on practical applications within the different activities of knowledge graph development and should particularly show how they fit in the state of the art and advance the current state of the practice.
Research tools from academic or industrial research environments. These demonstrations should underlie scientific contributions and show how scientific approaches have been transferred into a working tool.
Demonstrations of consolidated applications leveraging knowledge technologies. These demonstrations can rely on earlier scientific publications, but should present novel unpublished results that demonstrate the consolidated work. Fitting these results in the current state of the art and practice is essential.
During the conference, we will organize an exciting Tools and Demonstrations program at KGC. Authors and practitioners of tools will have the opportunity to present short teasers of their work before engaging in an open Q/A discussion.