Talks and/or posters on Trusting decentralised Knowledge Graphs
Lead John Domingue
The talks will include a 30-40 min invited talk from Branimir Rakic, founder and CTO of OriginTrail a company which combines KGs and blockchains.
The talks and/or posters can be on any of the following topics:
- Decentralising KGs - approaches to decentralising KG schemas and data as well as decentralised hosting and storage solutions
- Decentralising KG querying - including federated querying approaches
- Explainability - for data and KG based decision making. Explainability may be high-level for non-computer science experts (e.g. understanding how their personal data has been used) or be based upon fine grained execution traces (e.g. for detailed verification).
- Trust - decentralised approaches to adding trust to data and KG based applications for individuals, organisations and communities
- Provenance - how can the provenance of decentralised data sets and KGs be handled? How to handle provenance when data sets are combined?
- Decentralised KG data - giving individuals and communities full or a degree of control over their own data
- Reliability, validity, and verifiability - how can we ensure that decentralised data and KGs are valid? How can we verify data within a decentralised KG? How to best ensure the reliability of the data?
- Privacy in decentralised KGs - notions of data controllers and data processors are often an imperfect match to decentralised scenarios? How can we ensure privacy and data rights, e.g. as enshrined in Europe's GDPR legal framework?
- Interpersonal data - handling trust, explainability, and data processing constraints with multiple data subjects within decentralised settings
- Collective/consensual decision making - how can we best allow stakeholders and communities to collectively make decisions based on KGs?
- Distributed Ledgers and KGs - how can Distributed Ledgers support the decentralisation of web data and KGs?