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A Course Recommendation System – Based on a Knowledge Graph

The Challenge A healthcare workforce solutions provider wanted to increase engagement and learning outcomes across their learning platform as part of an initiative to grow interactive and adaptive learning capabilities using cutting edge knowledge management and natural language processing techniques. … Continue reading »

Project Cortex: At the Intersection of Microsoft 365 and Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Almost every major technology company around the globe is dedicating resources to develop some form of Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities to help organizations accelerate access to critical information, support faster decision making, optimize customer support processes, recommend content, and help … Continue reading »

Designing Content for the Apprehensive Consumer

Content consumers, regardless of their form, be they a shopper, a reader, a creative, (the list goes on), are increasingly trepidatious about the content they choose to trust. With an ever-increasing slew of web content from a range of sources … Continue reading »

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 »