Conferences and other events about knowledge graphs, linked data and related topics
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Knowledge Graphs in the Enterprise
June 1 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm BSTFree
The London Enterprise Tech Meetup is going virtual for the summer!
The first of these sessions will be on Monday 1st June for a one hour session and will feature an overview into the world of knowledge graphs *.
Connecting disparate datasets in a meaningful way is strategic for every business as it helps decision makers, users, and (above all) computers gain context within the existing knowledge of an organisation.
Our panel of industry experts will discuss use cases, evolution and maturity of knowledge graphs in the enterprise, in addition to key trends and innovations in this space. The panel includes:
- Ben Gardner (Knowledge Management Solution Architect, AstraZeneca)
- Dylan Roy (Senior Engineering Manager, Dow Jones)
- Jeremy Posner (Principal & Head of Services, Agnos.ai)
The discussion will be moderated by Mike Atkin (Director of the EKG Foundation and Adjunct Faculty at Columbia University), who will also provide a high level introduction to the space before the panel.
We will also have two great flash talks:
- Ruben Verborgh who is working with Tim Berners-Lee on the SOLID ecosystem.
- Marit Rødevand (CEO & Co-Founder of Strise.ai).
* A knowledge graph is a programmatic way to model a knowledge domain with the help of subject-matter experts, data interlinking, and machine learning algorithms. The easiest example is probably the box you see in Google’s results.