Understanding knowledge graphs and natural language applications are both key ingredients in tackling the digital challenges lying ahead. Our colleague, Géza Kulcsár has initiated a conference, featuring a diverse expert line-up, to take a look at those fields and their potential cross-fertilizations.
Originally planned as a live conference in Budapest (way before the pandemic), the conference has been finally run virtually, in collaboration with Manning Publications, with an extended line-up.
The talk by Géza Kulcsár was focusing on how to apply state-of-the-art natural language processing (NLP) to foster the comprehension of systems modeling artifacts, also breaking that unfortunate accessibility barrier so typical for model-based systems engineering (MBSE) scenarios.
Listen to the talk here:
The full conference, with lots of fascinating talks, is also available here: