Enterprise Knowledge (EK) is sponsoring and co-chairing the upcoming Knowledge Graph Forum, a free, hybrid conference, with the in-person session on September 29th in New York and virtual sessions September 28-30th. The attendees will learn best practices on knowledge graph design, implementation, and scale with a particular focus on the Financial Services and Publishing industries at the NYC event.
Four EK experts will present at the conference on September 29th. EK CEO Zach Wahl and COO Joe Hilger will present on “Making Knowledge Management Clickable with Knowledge Management Portals.” This presentation will modernize the definition of portals in practice, discussing the trending use of knowledge graphs and enterprise search to deliver a knowledge hub for organizations to finally access all of their organizational assets in context.
In addition, EK Partner and Division Director Lulit Tesfaye and Senior Consultant Sara Nash will present “Knowledge Graphs are Worthless, Knowledge Graph Use Cases are Priceless,” where they will offer detailed insight on why knowledge graph initiatives usually fail and how their approach to clearly defining strong use cases can resolve these common pitfalls and ultimately drive innovated applications of knowledge graphs.
Hilger will give the opening remarks and participate in a panel during the event to discuss “Top KG Use Cases in Financial Services.” On Monday, Hilger will also participate in the virtual panel “Stump the Graph Expert.”
Registration for the conference is free. Please follow this link for more details.