These past few months have not been kind to any of us. The ripples caused by the COVID-19 pandemic are felt far and wide, and the world’s economies have taken a staggering blow.
Digital transformation and AI may have become overworn buzzwords that mean very little. In essence, however, they are more needed than ever for businesses that want to survive and thrive in a new, knowledge based economy.
In this Connected Data London Meetup, we take a look at how Knowledge Graphs are redefining digital transformation and powering AI in the enterprise and beyond.
Join us September the 23rd to learn from leaders and innovators: exciting talks and live interaction.
Missed the live action? That’s fine – register and catch the replays anytime.
Meetup sponsored by Franz Inc, the industry leading Graph Database for Knowledge Graph solutions and common Lisp technologies.
Data Revolution: The Emergence of the Decentralized Enterprise Knowledge Graph | Connected Data London – Online Meetup #3
An AI tsunami is on the rise, and the past few months have only amplified it. To survive it and thrive in tomorrow’s economy, organizations big and small must rethink the way they do business. To do this, a radical shift in the way they work with their data is needed. And no, we don’t mean Big Data.
By now, most organizations have gotten their Big Data. And that is a problem. Not because we can’t accommodate Big Data, but because the more data you have, the harder it becomes to connect it and use it. We need to go beyond Big Data, towards Connected Data.
Tony Seale, Information Architect at UBS, will show how enterprises can use decentralized Knowledge Graphs to vastly increase the connectivity of their data, drawing on hard won experience of architecting and successfully delivering innovative technical projects for the world’s largest financial organisations.
The future of AI in the Enterprise: Entity-Event Knowledge Graphs for Data-Centric Organizations | Connected Data London – Online Meetup #3
Personalized medicine. Predictive call centers. Digital twins for IoT. Predictive supply chain management, and domain-specific Q&A applications. These are just a few AI-driven applications organizations across a broad range of industries are deploying.
Graph databases and Knowledge Graphs are now viewed as a must-have by Enterprises serious about leveraging AI and predictive analytics within their organization.
Dr. Jans Aasman, CEO of Franz Inc, will show how they are helping organizations deploy novel Entity-Event Knowledge Graph Solutions to gain a holistic view of customers, patients, students or other important entities, and the ability to discover deep connections, uncover new patterns and attain explainable results.
Knowledge Graphs for Data Integrity, Innovation and Digititalisation in Professional Services | Connected Data London – Online Meetup #3
What is the evolution of data and how prepared are we for this? Big Data and AI technologies have already established their presence in almost every industry; the circumstances have now matured to bring forward Data Integrity. But how will this be achieved?
Engine B’s solution is to bring a universal open source platform based on Knowledge Graphs to enable background data knowledge and flexible search, and uncover hidden data and risk management purposes.
Symeon Vasileiadis, Knowledge Engineer at Engine B will identify the necessity of Knowledge Graphs through use cases, show the great potential in business applications, and engage in an insightful discussion.