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ArtWomb 23 days ago [-]
Knowledge graphs are enjoying a renaissance in AI research. Perhaps due to their success in Game AI and Goal Oriented Action Planning. And this academic paper graph looked like one of the more "pure" datasets.

The quality of the agent depends on the input clearly. And machine understanding of academic research is certainly a problem rich in potential rewards. Linked below are the results of a challenge to "solve" a Sherlock Holmes mystery based only on the text! One of the entries involved constructing a knowledge graph of all potential suspects in the entire Conan Doyle corpus ;)

Report on the First Knowledge Graph Reasoning Challenge 2018 -- Toward the eXplainable AI System


Microsoft Research: Explainable AI for Science and Medicine


SHAP (SHapley Additive exPlanations) is a unified approach to explain the output of any machine learning model


tunesmith 23 days ago [-]
This is just the meta details about the papers, right? Not facts and findings contained within the papers themselves?
ImaCake 23 days ago [-]
Yes, just metadata. It does seem to include abstracts. This would be very useful for metascience - the study of how research is done.
emmelaich 23 days ago [-]
Probably should strip down your Tomcat instance a bit; change the landing page and remove docs and examples for instance.

And there are CVEs for this version but you're probably not affected.


emmelaich 23 days ago [-]
On this page[0] you mention putty but you probably mean pubby[1]

[0] http://ma-graph.org/knowledge-graph-exploration/ [1] http://wifo5-03.informatik.uni-mannheim.de/pubby/

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marmaduke 23 days ago [-]
It's unfortunate that acknowledgements such as funding sources are not included.
jongalloway2 23 days ago [-]
It looks like this is a possibly independent project to expose an RDF set over the Microsoft Academic Graph. More information about that here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/project/microsoft-a...

The above link also references the Open Academic Graph: https://www.openacademic.ai/oag/

Disclaimer: Microsoft employee, in a totally different part of the company and with no actual clue other than Googling the above. Also, Nazgûl.

marmaduke 22 days ago [-]
thanks for your reply

> Also, Nazgûl.

I .. don't what you mean

__afk__ 23 days ago [-]
Lovely to finally see Microsoft adopting RDF and taking on projects like this. There is hope yet for those of us who believe in the promise of semantic data.
graycat 23 days ago [-]
From Google:

The Resource Description Framework (RDF) is a family of World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) specifications originally designed as a metadata data model.

xvilka 23 days ago [-]
I wonder, if Sci-Hub might integrate this data in their search engine.