Conference paper Open Access
In the previous two decades, knowledge graphs have evolved, inspiring developers to build even more context related Knowledge Graphs. Because of this development, artificial intelligence applications can now access open domain-specific information in a format that is both semantically rich and machine comprehensible. In this paper, we introduce the XR4DRAMA Knowledge Graph, which can serve as a representation of media planning information. The XR4DRAMA knowledge graph can specifically represent data about the following: (a) Observations and Events (for example, data information from photos and text messages); (b) Spatial and Temporal data, such as coordinates or labels of locations and timestamps; and (c) Tasks and Plans for media planning. In addition, we provide a mechanism that allows Points of Interest to be created or updated based on videos, photos, and text messages sent by users. For improved media coverage of a remote location, Points of Interest serve as markers to journalists.