Graph intelligence: the future of data-driven investigations

RDF and graph databases are on the rise. The performances, flexibility, and scalability of these systems are attracting a large number of organizations struggling with complex and connected data. While the graph approach offers several advantages, finding insights into the enormous volume of data remains a challenge. In this presentation, we will introduce Graph Intelligence, […]

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RDF Data Quality Assessment – connecting the pieces

RDF and graph databases are steadily increasing their adoption and are no longer choices of niche-only communities. For almost 20 years, a constraint language for RDF was a big missing piece in the technology stack and a prohibiting factor for further adoption. Even though most RDF-based systems were performing data validation and quality assessment, there […]

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Building Enterprise Knowledge Graphs in the real world

What does it take to build usable enterprise knowledge graphs? Let’s hear it from the experts As the interest in Enterprise Knowledge Graphs is growing, there is also a growing need for sharing experience and best practices around them. In Connected Data London, we love graphs. That’s easy to tell by looking at our program […]

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Connected Data Landscape update

We made a few minor updates to the Connected Data Landscape following some feedback from the community. We hope this helps to stimulate debate but also frame the space for those new to these technologies, how they are used and how they are typically integrated.   One question that was asked is why there aren’t […]

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Thomson Reuters – sponsor profile

Thomson Reuters are sponsoring Connected Data London 2017 as part of their adoption of Connected Data technologies for the next generation of Financial Services data and software products. Through their Big Open Linked Data (BOLD) offering Thomson Reuters are leading the way in terms of adoption of Connected Data approaches within the financial services. Increasingly […]

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

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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RDF and OWL : the powerful duo

About the talk In this lightning talk Tara will discuss how you create ontology models to make your data smart (machine-readable) using OWL.  How can these be used to convert existing data silos into a unified RDF fabric and how do you map these datasources into existing ontologies? These are all questions Tara will address […]

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Building the world’s largest open source of company data

About the talk Chris Taggart will share his experience of building from scratch the world’s largest open database of companies data (134m companies as of Sep 2017). In his talk Chris will present how the technical engineering challenges and data quality issues faced and how OC worked to overcome these leveraging connected data standards, best […]

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