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Connected Data London 2017 is on 16th November 2017 at the IET in Central London.

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The leading conference for those who use the relationships, meaning and context in Data to achieve great things.

The event brings together 100+ Artificial Intelligence, Semantic Technology, Linked Data and Graph Database innovators, thought leaders and practitioners annually in one great conference.

2016 was a great event and 2017 is set to be even bigger with more speakers, more themes and more thought provoking debates and discussions.

Designed for all levels of maturity & understanding

Whether you’re an industry leader or just starting out you’ll find a rich array of topics including: 

  • Knowledge Representation
  • AI, Semantic Technology & Inferencing
  • Property Graphs
  • Scalability & performance
  • Ontology & Data Model development
  • Knowledge Graphs
  • Graph Query Languages
  • Integration approaches & APIs
  • Master Data Management
  • Recommendation Engines
  • Metadata & Data Quality Management
  • Annotation & extraction
  • Network Analysis & Visualisation
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Semantic & Graph Search

4 great themes packed into one exciting day

Artificial Intelligence & Connected Data
Linked Open Data - where now & where next?
Schema centric vs Schemaless approaches
Getting started with Connected Data

2017 Event Sponsors

Thomson Reuters


Cambridge Intelligence

2017 Event Partners

16th November 2017

This year’s conference is hosted at the IET in Central London. 

“The day was really useful. If they ran this 4 times a year, I’d come 4 times a year”

Peet Denny – CTO at Wealth Wizards

“Connected Data London 2016 was a great opportunity for me to share and learn excellent strategies to extract knowledge from my data via linked data.”

David Meza – Chief Knowledge Architect at NASA

"CDL 2016 was packed with talks from knowledgable speakers of diverse backgrounds and insights which were thought provoking and practical. Highly recommended!"

Paul Rissen – Product Manager at Springer