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The collaborative making of an encyclopedia
mardi 05 juin 2018

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Conférence de Dario Taraborelli dans le cadre du Colloquium du DEC.

The collaborative making of an encyclopedia: Research opportunities to foster commons-based knowledge production.

In its first 17 years of life, Wikipedia has become much more than the “online encyclopedia that anyone can edit”: it’s a multilingual reference work, consistently used by students and practitioners, by professionals and journalists across the globe; a platform that shapes and sustains the dissemination of scholarly knowledge at scale; a primary data source some of the largest companies in the world rely upon to power their linked data and knowledge graph technologies; and one of the most popular linguistic corpora in academic and industry research. However, to live up to its ambition to represent the "sum of all human knowledge", Wikipedia along with its sister projects constantly faces challenges of inclusiveness, representation, bias and quality control. In this talk, I’ll give an overview of research opportunities to address these challenges, and sustain the work of the volunteer contributors behind free knowledge. I will talk about our current priorities in the Research team at the Wikimedia Foundation, and how we work to make the output of our research reusable and reproducible by others.

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Dario Taraborelli
Fondation Wikimédia
Directeur de recherche

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Dario Taraborelli est chercheur en informatique. Il travaille notamment sur le partage des savoirs. Il dirige l'équipe de recherche de la Wikimedia Foundation - l'organisation à but non lucratif qui gère Wikipédia et ses sites affiliés.
Son travail se concentre sur les aspects comportementaux et sociaux de la technologie collaborative. Il s'intéresse à la collaboration en ligne et à la production par les pairs, ainsi qu'à la conception de systèmes et de programmes visant à accélérer la découverte et la réutilisation des connaissances scientifiques par les universitaires, les décideurs et le grand public.

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