Conferences and other events about knowledge graphs, linked data and related topics
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How Can Publishers Use Knowledge Graphs to Overcome Their Data Management Challenges?
March 17 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm GMT
“Presenter: Ian Synge, Principal Consultant – Copyright Clearance Center”
“As the COVID-19 pandemic began, the global research community shifted into high gear to help solve the crisis. To assist publishers, CCC created its Author Graph, a knowledge graph that helped address urgent publishing challenges around COVID-related research. In this session, Principal Consultant Ian Synge will share the award-winning CCC Author Graph as an example of how knowledge graphs can help publishers unearth new insights from large, flat data sets.”
“Ian will explore the use of knowledge graphs in helping to solve pressing challenges, such as discovering emerging topics, recruiting authors, detecting possible conflicts of interest, performing competitive research and building a long-term network. He will also touch on the lessons publishers can learn from corporations that are finding new ways to use knowledge graphs.”
“Ian will draw on more than two decades of experience working with customers in knowledge management, metadata, taxonomies and categorization in his discussion of the data management challenges publishers face, and how knowledge graphs can help them overcome these challenges by using their data more effectively and efficiently in their strategic decision making.”