Webinar • Demarcating place in cultural geo-analytics • 17 Feb 2022

I look forward to giving this ISPRS (online) talk in a few days:

Webinar Series by ISPRS TC IV: Geospatial Knowledge Representation and Analytics

Date/Time: February 17th, 2022; 9:00 PCT, 12:00 EST, 17:00 UTC, 18:00 CET

ISPRS WG IV/2 (Ontologies, Semantics, and Knowledge Representation for Geospatial Information) Webinar

Moderator: Dr Margarita Kokla (National Technical University of Athens)

Register on the ISPRS website


Lecture 1 
Prof. André Skupin (San Diego State University, BigKnowledge®)
Title: Spatial Intelligence for Knowledge Management and Analytics

Abstract:
Geographic concepts, cartographic principles, and GIS platforms represent resources for knowledge management and analytics that are still largely untapped. Spatial intelligence represents the marriage of spatial thinking with computational learning and interactive visualization that focuses on the provision of context as a unique form of value creation. Some examples of these efforts in the academic and business domains will be reviewed.


Lecture 2
Dr Andrea Ballatore (Department of Digital Humanities, King’s College London)
Title: Demarcating place in cultural geo-analytics

Abstract:
Cultural geo-analytics (CGA) studies the geographical dimension in the production and consumption of cultural objects, relying on digital data and spatial methods. Given the conceptual and empirical centrality of place in CGA, I will outline the main challenges and desiderata in place representation, addressing the question: is place a model problem or a data problem?

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