Large Scale Graph visualisation techniques
Data Model vs Ontology Development – a FIBO perspective
Fabio will give attendees a practical overview of the history and future developments in large scale graph visualisation techniques. Providing attendees with a whistlestop tour of key concepts such as edge-bundling Fabio will demonstrate how leaders are using these techniques to draw meaning from large scale connected datasets. About the Speaker Fabio […]
RDF vs Property Graph: Is your Graph Semantic?
About the talk In this lightning talk Mike Bennett will draw upon the experience of creating the Financial industry Business Ontology (FIBO), to set out how ontologies and data models compare, what it takes to create a business ontology as a common language, and how this is realized in practical applications that use inferencing […]
Does Connected Data need AI or AI need Connected Data?
Is RDF for unstructured data while property graphs are for highly structured data? Will the RDF model discover new knowledge for me? Is RDF AI? Does RDF exclusively live in triple stores? All of these are statements that have been published by analysts and vendors, building a wall of misconceptions between the two worlds that […]
Delivering Technology for People through Explainable AI (XAI)
Connected Data encompasses data acquisition and data management requirements from a range of areas including the Semantic Web, Linked Data, Knowledge Management, Knowledge Representation and many others. Yet for the true value of many of these visions to be realised both within the public domain and within organisations requires the assembly of often huge datasets. […]
Cognitive Computing for the delivery of healthcare
About the talk Machine learning and its models have been largely studied to derive efficient solutions for problems ranging from regression, classification to clustering. However, explaining such models and their underlying predictions remains an open problem, mainly due to the model complexity and interpretability. This work presents our journey towards Explainable AI (i.e., how […]
How to build a Connected Data capability in your organisation
About the talk The delivery of care relies on information coming from systems of record (e.g. EMRs), information collected by professionals (e.g. assessments) and information collected by IoT devices, as well as a vast corpus of knowledge from the medical and social care domains. How do we connect this information and use it to improve the health of […]
Ten Years of Linked Data at the BBC: Implementing a user-focused semantic architecture
Building a Connected Data capability, especially when your organisation has little experience in this area, can be daunting. Thankfully we’ve assembled a panel of experts with deep experience of implement both semantic and linked data approaches as well as graph-based approaches to answer your questions. Whether it’s a specific connected data requirement such as a […]
Since the mid 2000s, the BBC has been using the principles of linked, and graph, data, to power and connect up the various parts of its website. From leading the way with open linked data, to enabling coverage of major sporting events through triplestores, the BBC has been putting the theory to the test. This […]