Precision and Recall: Integrating Knowledge Graphs and Language Models

On the 06.06.2024 at 11:00 a.m. the 25th lecture of the Living Lab lecture series will take place. In this talk, ScaDS.AI scientific researcher Dr. Sahar Vahdati will talk about Precision and Recall: Integrating Knowledge Graphs and Language Models. Add this event to your calendar (iCal).

Precision and Recall: Integrating Knowledge Graphs and Language Models

Let us explore the synergistic integration of knowledge graphs and language models. Knowledge graphs excel in providing precise, structured data, while language models offer expansive recall capabilities through natural language understanding. Let us look into how blending these technologies enhances AI applications, ensuring both accuracy and comprehensiveness in data handling and decision-making.

Living Lab Lecture Series

The Living Lab Lecture Series gives you an in-depth insight into the many research topics of ScaDS.AI Dresden/Leipzig. From Natural Language Processing to Ethics and Moral Code in AI, a great variety of topics are discussed. You can join our lectures every first thursday of the month or watch them on YouTube afterwards. If you have ideas for topics to discuss in the future, please let our Living Lab team know. We suggest for you to regularly check our event calendar, to never miss out on upcoming lectures or other interesting events organized by or in cooperation with our center.


How can I participate in the lecture?

You can reach the permanent room for all lectures here: 

When will the room become accessible to the audience?

The room will be accessible 5 minutes before the start of the lecture.

Who can participate in the Living Lab activities?

The participation is free for everyone.

Do I need to be familiar with topics such as Big Data and Artificial Intelligence to benefit from the lectures?

No! Not at all. One of our goals in the Living Lab lecture series is to familiarize everyone with these topics.

Is there any technical requirements to participate in the lecture?

You just need an up-to-date browser such as Firefox, Google Chrome or Chromium. We would also recommend using headphones for better audio quality.

Should I also turn on my camera/microphone during the lecture?

Not unless you would like to! In general, there is no need to have a camera or microphone to participate in the lecture.

In that case, how can I ask a question and provide feedback?

Alongside joining the discussion with your camera and microphone, there is also the possibility to submit your question and comments as a written comment in the Chat section.

How can I easily get informed about future activities of the Living Lab?

Can I participate with my smartphone?

Find out more about our Living Lab Lecture Series!