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Build knowledge cards of your data, the way Google does for search

This is an excerpt from the ebook The Rise of the Knowledge Graph. To learn more about knowledge graphs or semantic systems, download the full ebook. 

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Knowledge Graph: Who Cares? And What Can One Do With It?

In a previous post that described knowledge graphs and their benefits, we discussed how knowledge graphs help organizations make more of their enterprise data easy to find, understand, and use so...

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Machine Understandable Context and Why It Matters

This post continues the larger discussion of knowledge graphs, their roles, uses and significance. We discuss context, it’s importance, and how to establish it using formal ontology to create...

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Knowledge Graphs: Origins, Inhibitors and Breakthroughs

This post discusses some history of knowledge graph technology, what went wrong, and key advances that have allowed knowledge graphs to reenter the enterprise “data arena.” We also highlight some...

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AI, ML and Advanced Analytics Strategies: Look Before You Leap

If data is a strategic asset, why is so much emphasis placed on analytics?

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Knowledge Graphs: A Love Affair

 

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Best Practices for Integrating IoT Data with Knowledge Graphs

The sheer difficulty of Internet of Things integrations presents issues for even the most accomplished data integration platforms, including modern data fabrics predicated on harmonizing data in...

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The End of ETL is the Beginning of the IoT

Written by Sam Chance.

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The IoT’s Killer Enabler: Data Integration

With projections of billions of connected devices by the beginning of the next decade, expectations for the IoT are decidedly high. Yet with mere weeks remaining in the current decade, those...

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Creating an Intelligent Internet of Things with Data Fabrics

For most organizations, the vast potential of machine learning and Artificial Intelligence is still limited to fringe use cases. These back-office deployments are typically silos restricted to data...

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