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What I’m Looking Forward to Learning at SEMANTiCS Austin 2020

SEMANTiCS Austin 2020 is the inaugural SEMANTiCS U.S. conference that will bring together knowledge graphs, ontologies, and Enterprise AI. These topics, among others, are of particular interest to my work in search and semantics, and I am excited to see … Continue reading »

Increase the Re-Use of Knowledge Assets with Semantic Hubs

In my last blog, I discussed how knowledge graphs aggregate information from multiple systems to enable powerful search and discovery tools. A semantic hub (or semantic middleware) is a metadata-enhanced bridge that connects a knowledge graph to user-facing applications, helping … Continue reading »

Knowledge Graphs for Search and Discovery

For many projects at Enterprise Knowledge, making information more findable and discoverable is a common ask. Clients often ask questions like: Does my organization have any documents that detail the role of product owners on search projects? Have we previously … Continue reading »