AKBC 2022
Automated Knowledge Base Construction

3-5 November 2022

AKBC 2022

Welcome to the 4th Conference on Automated Knowledge Base Construction!

In-person format

The conference is taking place in-person at the Barbican Centre, November 3-5 2022 (Thursday-Saturday).

There will be two days (3-4 Nov) of invited talks and paper presentations. More information in the Schedule.

On Nov 3rd (Thursday) there will be an online poster session in Gather Town. You are encouraged to also participate on-site using your own device.

On Nov 4th (Friday) there will be an in-person poster session, along with a social event in the evening.

On Nov 5th (Saturday) the day will be dedicated to the workshops.

Head over to the Schedule to see the times and locations for each session.

Online format

The conference will be hybrid and can also be followed online.

The paper presentations and invited talks will be streamed live using Zoom. The talks will be recorded and the videos will be made available later.

You can watch the live stream by joining the Zoom session and also ask questions from the speakers using the Zoom QA system.

The papers and posters can be found under the entries for each paper at the Papers page. Every paper also has a dedicated RocketChat channel -- we encourage you to ask questions and connect with the authors there.

The online poster on Nov 3rd will take place on Gather Town. Once you connect, you will be able to move around in a virtual environment and interact with the posters and presenters there.

Head over to the Schedule to find the correct links for each session.

Further help

If you have any questions, email us at info@akbc.ws or write on the chat.


This site was adapted from MiniConf by Marek Rei. MiniConf was built by Hendrik Strobelt and Sasha Rush.


Sebastian Riedel
General Chair
UCL, FAIR / @riedelcastro
Eunsol Choi
Program Co-Chair
UT Austin, Google AI / @eunsolc
Andreas Vlachos
Program Co-Chair
University of Cambridge / @vlachos_nlp
James Thorne
Workshop Chair
KAIST AI / @j6mes
Marek Rei
Virtual Platform Chair
Imperial College London / @marekrei
Fabio Petroni
Local Chair
Facebook AI Research / @Fabio_Petroni