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Transparency initiatives at Connected Data London 2017

trase earth

We’re pleased to have two major transparency initiatives speaking at Connected Data London 2017 OpenCorporates and Both initiatives are using a mix of technologies and approaches including Graph Databases, NLP and Linked Data in order to bring transparency to corporate ownership structures and climate change actors. OpenCorporates OpenCorporates integrates data from a variety of sources […]

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Connected Data for Machine Learning


About the talk Knowledge graphs and connected data standards have transformed how data is managed made available in many organizations. Likewise, machine learning is at the core of many novel applications. In this talk, Paul looks at applications of these fundamental computational layers within Elsevier. He will focus on how they buttress each other but […]

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Data Quality and Data Usage in a large-scale Multilingual Knowledge Graph


About the talk Data Quality is defined as fitness for use. The principal challenge in improving data quality is that it can not be measured directly (otherwise it would be quantity) and thus progress tracking is a hard problem. In the last 5 years DBpedia and its community has made excellent progress in this area, […]

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How to Build a Corporate Knowledge Graph – from the bottom up

Tony Seale

About the talk All knowledge-intensive industries are about to undergo huge changes as AI automates many low-skilled tasks. To remain competitive most large companies are ready to embrace this fact, but there is a problem:  AI needs clean and connected data to produce good results. The task of linking and consolidating all the data within a company seems impossibly […]

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Tackling climate change through agricultural supply chain transparency


About the talk is a powerful new sustainability platform by the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) that enables governments, companies, investors and others to better understand and address the environmental and social impacts linked to their supply chains. Its pioneering approach draws on vast sets of production, trade and customs data, for the first time […]

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Cognitive Computing for the delivery of healthcare


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 […]

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The Connected Data Landscape

Connected Data landscape 2017 v1.0 April2017

We are often asked what Connected Data is as a discipline or concept. It’s a difficult question to answer, partly because in our mind it is a broad church featuring a range of technologies and skillsets but also because it’s an emerging area whose scope, best practices and skillsets is constantly undergoing refinement inline with […]

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