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Top Graph Use Cases and Enterprise Applications (with Real World Examples)
Graph solutions have gained momentum due to their wide-ranging applications across multiple industries. Gartner predicts that graph technologies will be used in 80% of data and analytics innovations by 2025, up from 10% in 2021. Several factors are driving the … Continue reading
Is ChatGPT Ready for the Enterprise?
Recently, we were visiting a client showing the latest version of our application when a participant asked, “Why aren’t we using ChatGPT?” It was a good and logical question with the attention that ChatGPT and other AI-based solutions are warranting … Continue reading
Knowledge Graph Design Workshop
Google, Microsoft, Amazon, and Siri are all powered by extensive knowledge graphs that allow the questions to be mapped across diverse sources, align with context, and meaning to provide quality answers to searches. Approaching fragmented and disparate data requires a … Continue reading
Knowledge Graph University
If you’re looking to build out competency with semantics and knowledge graphs in your team, EK’s Knowledge Graph University is a great place to start. This five-module intensive training is taught by our expert instructors who will coach your team … Continue reading
Knowledge Graph Accelerator
Knowledge graphs can make Enterprise AI a reality for your organization. The Knowledge Graph Accelerator offering with Enterprise Knowledge (EK) establishes a practical, standards-based roadmap and prototype to quickly realize the potential of your knowledge and data. What Can Knowledge … Continue reading
Breaking it Down: What is Gamification?
When I talk about gamification, I often use these three E’s: exciting, engaging, and encouraging. These three concepts explain how gamification, the art of applying game design principles to non-game situations, can support a healthy work environment, improve employee satisfaction, … Continue reading
5 Steps to Enhance Search with a Knowledge Graph
As search engines and portals evolve, users have come to expect more advanced features common to popular websites like Google or Amazon. Users expect search engines to understand what they are asking for and give them the ability to easily … Continue reading
Multi-Channel, Collaborative Authoring CMS for a Government Office
The Challenge The Operations Center of a federal agency is responsible for monitoring disasters, emergencies, and incidents and then publishing timely reports to key stakeholders, including senior leadership, faster than they would receive information from news outlets. This highly time-sensitive … Continue reading
Breaking it Down: What is Personalization?
I consistently hear “personalized” used to describe technical features, and it is not always clear what the term means. The term “personalized” often leads us to ask, How is the feature personalized, i.e. what factors lead to the outcome? At … Continue reading
Data Catalog Evaluation Criteria
Data Catalogs have risen in adoption and popularity in the past several years, and it’s no coincidence as to why. The amount of data, and therefore metadata, is exploding at a rapid pace and will certainly not slow down anytime … Continue reading