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Coreon combines taxonomies with terminology
to create and deploy Multilingual Knowledge Systems.
Coreon makes search, machine learning, and
IoT applications interoperable.

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Knowledge in Terminology

With Coreon organizations build and access taxonomies, ontologies, and vocabularies within one enterprise-scale knowledge graph.

Keep linked terminology clean and consistent for safe reuse in mission critical applications.

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Semantic Metadata

With Coreon data scientists and engineers turn textual data into structured, deeply annotated content. Unlock the knowledge in your documents.

Facilitate cross-border interoperability. Master language.

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Business Insights

With Coreon digital transformation teams extract key facts and deliver actionable intelligence.

Break down data silos. Provide context for text analytics. Boost your AI and ML projects.

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News

03 JUL 2020

Coreon MKS as LLOD is European Language Grid top funded project

Coreon’s proposal for using the European Language Grid (ELG) as a platform for making multilingual interoperability assets discoverable and retrievable has been awarded. This will be achieved by complementing Multilingual Knowledge Systems with a SPARQL interface. The ELG Open Call 1 received 121 proposals, of which 110 were eligible and 10 were selected. Coreon’s proposal “MKS as Linguistic Linked Open Data” was amongst the three winning proposal from industry and received the highest funding.

The goals of the project are a) to enable Semantic Web systems to query Coreon’s richly elaborated multilingual terminologies stored in concept systems and knowledge graphs…
Coreon’s proposal for using the European Language Grid (ELG) as a platform for making multilingual interoperability assets discoverable and retrievable has been awarded. This will be achieved by complementing Multilingual Knowledge Systems with a SPARQL interface. The ELG Open Call 1 received 121 proposals, of which 110 were eligible and 10 were selected. Coreon’s proposal “MKS as Linguistic Linked Open Data” was amongst the three winning proposal from industry and received the highest funding.

The goals of the project are a) to enable Semantic Web systems to query Coreon’s richly elaborated multilingual terminologies stored in concept systems and knowledge graphs and b) to prove how to overcome the limits of RDF/knowledge graph editors, which usually are fine to model concept relations, but are weak in capturing linguistic information. When deployed in March 2021 on the ELG, the innovation will enable the Semantic Web community to query rich multilingual data with a familiar, industry standard syntax.
07 NOV 2019

CEFAT4Cities Action Gets Funding

The CEFAT4Cities Action, to be executed by a multinational consortium of five partners, led by CrossLang, has received funding. The action starts in April 2020 and runs up to March 2022.
The main objective of the CEFAT4Cities Action is to develop a “Smart cities natural language context”, providing multilingual interoperability of the Context Broker DSI and making public “smart city” services multilingual, with pilots in Vienna and Brussels.
The language resources that will be created will be committed to the ELRC repository and the following languages will be developed: Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Slovenian, Croatian and Norwegian.

Coreon's…
The CEFAT4Cities Action, to be executed by a multinational consortium of five partners, led by CrossLang, has received funding. The action starts in April 2020 and runs up to March 2022.
The main objective of the CEFAT4Cities Action is to develop a “Smart cities natural language context”, providing multilingual interoperability of the Context Broker DSI and making public “smart city” services multilingual, with pilots in Vienna and Brussels.
The language resources that will be created will be committed to the ELRC repository and the following languages will be developed: Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Slovenian, Croatian and Norwegian.

Coreon's role in the consortium is provide the appropriate technology, to turn vocabularies into multilingual knowledge graphs, to curate and extend them to model the domain of smart cities.

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16 - 19 MAR 2021 (1 pm - 6 pm)

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High dynamism and innovation underpin digital transformation of our public administrations. In this context, there is a need to overcome organisational silos by sharing best practices and lessons learned. The Publications Office of the European Union and the ISA² programme of the European Commission worked together to create an opportunity to link expertise to tackle current and future issues in the fields of interoperability and knowledge management.

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15 - 16 APR 2021 (6pm - 9pm)

Connected Data London

What does graph have to do with machine learning? A lot, actually. Machine learning, and its deep learning subdomain, make a great match for graphs. Machine learning on graphs is an emergent technology full of promise.

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16 - 17 APR 2021 (2 pm - 6 pm)

DTT Symposion 2021

The bi-annual conference of the German Terminology Assocation "DTT" takes place as an online event. Rescheduled from spring 2020 to April 2021. Focus themes will be: Terminology in industrial applications, Concept systems, Terminology as a vehicle in SEO contexts.

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20 - 20 APR 2021 (6pm - 8pm)

Nimdzi Language Technology Series

In the episode 3 of the Nimdzi Language Technology Series, the panel will explore terminology management and technology solutions that the market currently offers. We will discuss existing modern ways of extracting terminology and dealing with morphology. In this webinar, we’ll talk about term life cycle and its integration throughout the organization, and we will discuss glossary translation productivity. The knowledgeable speakers will share use cases from their own vast experience and describe ways existing terminology management solutions solve the common terminology-related challenges. Join Michael, Coreon MD, at the panel discussion.

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3 - 6 MAY 2021

Knowledge Graph Conference

The Knowledge Graph Conference bridges the gap between industry, which is increasingly recognizing the necessity of integrated data, and academia, where semantic technologies have been developing for over twenty years. Our events, education, content, and community efforts facilitate meaningful exchange between diverse groups, and increase awareness, development and adoption of this powerful technology. Alena Vasilevich, Multilingual Knowledge Consultant at Coreon, will speak about: Benefits of Collaborative AI: Taxonomization of IATE, the EU Terminology

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