The Rise of the Knowledge Graph
Recently writer and technologist, Dean Allemang joined forces with Cambridge Semantics’ founders, Sean Martin and Ben Szekely, to write a definitive guide all things knowledge graph related. The Rise of the Knowledge Graph offers anyone building a knowledge graph or just interested in the topic a solid introduction to this emerging data management architecture.
Merck KGaA, Bosch, and Deloitte share their knowledge graph stories
Leaders from Merck KGaA, Bosch, and Deloitte discuss their vision for knowledge graph technology and how they are translating that vision into reality within their own Digital Twin, Regulatory Data Fabric, and Operational Resilience initiatives.
Build knowledge cards of your data, the way Google does for search
To accomplish this data surfacing from a simple query, you need a data fabric. The data fabric being the metadata layer that ties your simple search query to all the common results a user would want surfaced, forming your very own knowledge card.
Managed Vocabularies, Ontologies, and an Enterprise Scale Knowledge Graph: A Primer
This blog provides a primer on the concepts of managed vocabularies and ontologies and how they relate to and can be implemented in a knowledge graph. This is an excerpt from the ebook The Rise of the Knowledge Graph.
The State of the Knowledge Graph
For our knowledge quest enjoyment the authors of the recent O’Reilly ebook The Rise of the Knowledge Graph are doing a live webinar exploring the universe of knowledge graphs and their role in data-intensive use cases like customer 360, fraud detection, drug and clinical data analysis, and other advanced analytics.