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Knowledge Graphs Creating a Connected Search Experience

This presentation, delivered by Joseph Hilger of Enterprise Knowledge at KMWorld 2019 in Washington, D.C., defines knowledge graphs, explores how they are implemented, and outlines how they can be used to enhance enterprise search. Knowledge graphs are changing the way search … Continue reading »

The 5 Key Components of a Semantic Search Experience

Semantic Search extends meaning and context to your otherwise run-of-the-mill search results. This future-ready phase of search seeks to apply machine-driven understanding of user intent, query context, and the relationships between words. We broke down the primary elements that make … Continue reading »

Why a Knowledge Graph is the Best Way to Upgrade Your Taxonomy

Many organizations begin their journey in semantic solutions with a taxonomy. Taxonomies are simple information models that help organizations describe and structure their information in a hierarchy. They are effective for organizing content and data, but do not capture all … Continue reading »

Webinar: Laying KM Foundations for Successful and Transformative AI

Presented by EK’s Zach Wahl and Joe Hilger, this webinar discusses how AI can harness the full spectrum of your organization’s knowledge so that information can be efficiently found, used, and reused. In the webinar participants learned: • Why Knowledge … Continue reading »

The Value of Taxonomy: Why Taxonomy (Still) Matters

After decades of taxonomy design consulting, I’m still amazed that some organizations doubt the value of effective enterprise taxonomy design. Though knowledge and information management technologies, as well as associated search technologies have changed, the core business value and use … Continue reading »