In the rapidly evolving world of artificial intelligence, there's a powerful tool called the Knowledge Guru that is revolutionizing the way we access and utilize enterprise knowledge. This innovative application combines the strengths of generative AI and Knowledge Graphs to provide precise answers to user questions, bridging the gap between the oceans of all enterprise data and self-directed business user analytics. In this blog post, we will delve into the inner workings of the Knowledge Guru and explore how it empowers users to effortlessly explore and uncover insights from vast amounts of enterprise data.
Understanding the Knowledge Guru
The Knowledge Guru is an application based on the Anzo Knowledge Graph platform that harnesses the capabilities of Large Language Models (LLM), an advanced form of generative AI, to answer user questions expressed in natural language. LLMs, such as the renowned GPT-3.5, are statistical generative AI models that excel at capturing patterns in text and possess strong disambiguation properties. However, LLMs have a limitation in that they lack true knowledge representation, often producing non-factual generated output results commonly known as “hallucinations”, that seem plausible but may contain a high percentage of falsehoods.
To compensate for this weakness, the Knowledge Guru leverages Anzo® Knowledge Graphs. These semantic knowledge models offer machine-readable representations that ensure high semantic expressivity, flexibility, and a non-lossy knowledge representation. By integrating the strengths of LLMs and Knowledge Graphs, the Knowledge Guru provides precise and accurate answers to business questions.
The Role of Anzo: Anzo, an enterprise data integration platform, plays a vital role in the functioning of the Knowledge Guru. Anzo integrates enterprise data sources and provides a semantic business logic layer, eliminating the need for users to understand the complexities of underlying data sources and integration processes. The Knowledge Guru takes this a step further by enabling users to communicate with data through the semantic layer using natural language.
How it Works
When a user poses a question to the Knowledge Guru, the application utilizes Anzo's ontology (a human readable description of all the data in the Knowledge Graph data as well as their interrelationships) to translate the question into a SPARQL query. SPARQL is a query language used to retrieve and manipulate data stored in Knowledge Graphs. The Knowledge Guru then sends the SPARQL query to Anzo, which processes the query and returns a precise answer, or generates a chart to visualize the information, or provides suggestions as to what additional data might need to be added for the query to become answerable.
Flexibility and Adaptability: One of the notable advantages of the Knowledge Guru is its ability to work with different ontologies and business contexts. By leveraging the semantic matching capabilities of LLMs and Anzo ontologies, the application can understand and interpret user queries within specific domains, enabling users to explore enterprise knowledge effortlessly. This means that anyone, regardless of their technical expertise or level of training, can tap into the wealth of enterprise data by simply asking the Knowledge Guru questions using the familiar business terms they are accustomed to.
In a world where data is growing exponentially, the Knowledge Guru emerges as a powerful tool for unlocking and utilizing enterprise knowledge. By combining the strengths of LLMs and Knowledge Graphs, this application bridges the gap between natural language understanding and data integration, enabling users to effortlessly explore and gain insights from vast amounts of data. With the Knowledge Guru, the days of learning complex query languages or using specialized business intelligence tools are behind us.
Today, anyone can uncover valuable insights by simply engaging in a conversation with the Knowledge Guru, transforming the way we interact with enterprise knowledge. Join our virtual demonstration session to understand how Knowledge Guru is Enterprise viable and to see what sets Knowledge Guru apart from other LLM applications.