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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 »

What’s the Difference Between an Ontology and a Knowledge Graph?

As semantic applications become increasingly hot topics in the industry, clients often come to EK asking about ontologies and knowledge graphs. Specifically, they want to know the differences between the two. Are ontologies and knowledge graphs the same thing? If … Continue reading »

Using Facets to Find Unstructured Content

What does ‘faceted navigation’ mean to you? For web-savvy individuals, it’s a search experience similar to that which you would find on Amazon. Facets primarily allow an individual to quickly sort through large amounts of information to locate a single … Continue reading »

What is Artificial Intelligence (AI) for the Enterprise?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is set to be the key source of transformation, disruption, and competitive advantage in today’s fast-changing economy. Gartner estimates that AI will create $2.9 trillion in business value and 6.2 billion hours of worker productivity in 2021. … Continue reading »

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 »