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How to Quickly Prototype a Scalable Graph Architecture: A Framework for Rapid Knowledge Graph Implementation

Sara Nash and Thomas Mitrevski, Consultants in Enterprise Knowedge’s Data and Information Management Division presented on May 4, 2022 at the Knowledge Graph Conference in New York City. The talk focused on How to Quickly Prototype a Scalable Graph Architecture: … Continue reading

What Software Engineering Can Teach Knowledge Engineers about Version Control

Information models like taxonomies and ontologies are rarely built independently, and they are never static. At EK, knowledge engineers partner with clients to build these models through an iterative process of design, validation, and implementation. The models that come out … Continue reading

How to Explain Ontologies to Any Audience

Recently, I’ve been thinking a lot about how we can better explain complex, semantic concepts like ontologies, knowledge graphs, and data fabrics to others in an approachable, easy-to-understand manner. I’ve been in any number of situations where I’ve struggled to … Continue reading

Translating AI from Concept to Reality: Five Keys to Implementing AI for Knowledge, Content, and Data

Lulit Tesfaye, a Partner and Director for Enterprise Knowledge’s Data and Information Management Division, presented on April 07, 2022 at the data.world Spring Virtual Summit 2022 on the topic of Translating AI from Concept to Reality: Five Keys to Implementing … Continue reading

A Data Scientist Perspective on Knowledge Graphs (Part 1): the Data-Driven Challenge

Photographer: Johannes Plenio This series of articles is a data scientist, and data engineer, perspective on knowledge graphs, which is intended not only for other data scientists and engineers, the nerdy role in the office that no one truly understands; … Continue reading

N-CATT – Data Strategy, Data Management and Data Governance Workshop

The Challenge National Center for Applied Transit Technology (N-CATT), a technical assistance center funded by the Federal Transit Administration and operated by the Community Transportation Association of America, seeks to provide small-urban, rural, and tribal transit agencies with practical, replicable … Continue reading