Enterprise Knowledge (EK) is leading three sessions at the upcoming 2022 Knowledge Graph Conference (KGC), to be held virtually and at Cornell Tech in New York City from May 2nd to May 5th. KGC2022 bridges the gap between industry, which is increasingly recognizing the necessity of connected data, and academia, where semantic technologies have been developing for many years.
Britt Ellmer, Director of the Content Strategy Program at TSYS, and Yanko Ivanov, Principal Solution Consultant at EK will be presenting ‘Making the Case for Connected Personalized Content’ which will discuss the business case, drivers, and approach for a new solution being crafted at TSYS to deliver connected, discoverable, and personalized content. Learn about the techniques that were leveraged for this initiative including: unified taxonomy and auto-tagging, componentized content modeling and reuse, knowledge graph, and dynamic content delivery framework to produce an advanced, efficient, personalized, and richer experience for all users.
Holly Maykow and Fernando Aguilar, both Consultants at EK, will be leading ‘Data Cataloging 101’, a tutorial focusing on data catalogs and their integral role as part of a comprehensive agile data governance strategy. Through lecture and discussion-style sessions, including an interactive catalog building exercise, participants will leave with a comprehensive understanding of how their organization’s raw data can be assessed, contextualized into a data catalog to promote enterprise-wide visibility, and leveraged for advanced knowledge graph applications.
Sara Nash and Thomas Mitrevski, Consultants at EK, will be leading a session on ‘A Framework for Rapid Knowledge Graph Implementation’. Drawing from real-world examples, they will present a framework to rapidly create a working semantic architecture to connect users to their organizational information in a quick and efficient manner. Topics will include the development of a foundational semantic model (e.g. taxonomies/ontologies) and identifying the resources and skill sets needed for successful initiatives so that your knowledge graph products and architecture can be implemented and scaled at the enterprise-level.
Learn more about 2022KGC and register for the event here!
About the KGC
KGC2022 bridges the gap between industry, which is increasingly recognizing the necessity of connected data, and academia, where semantic technologies have been developing for many years. Their events, education, content, and community efforts facilitate meaningful exchange between diverse groups and increase awareness, development, and adoption of this powerful technology.