4 Themes = 4 Great Panels @ CDL18

We’re pleased to feature 4 great panel discussions throughout the day at CDL18 featuring an array of industry experts sharing their experience on the do’s & don’ts of Connected Data. These are informal opportunities to discuss interesting topics, gain valuable perspectives & ask the experts those questions that have been burning away in your mind. […]

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schema.org, Linked Data’s Gateway Drug

The talk will detail the trajectory schema.org has taken, starting with a history that is less a retrospective than a narrative. I’ll follow this narrative to the fortunately-timed emergence of JSON-LD, providing as it does a flexible, standards-based serialization of the vocabulary. This, I’ll explain, helped fuel the popularity of schema.org, which in turn has […]

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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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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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RDF vs Property Graph: Is your Graph Semantic?

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 […]

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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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