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Three Things You can do Today to Get the Most out of Microsoft 365’s Project Cortex

Project Cortex is Microsoft’s new AI offering as part of its Microsoft 365 Suite. It will have several exciting features that organizations can leverage to make connections between content, data, and experts. Cortex will be able to surface knowledge that … Continue reading »

Presentation: Introduction to Knowledge Graphs

This workshop presentation from Joe Hilger, Founder and COO, and Sara Nash, Technical Analyst, was delivered on June 8, 2020 as part of the Data Summit 2020 virtual conference. The 3-hour workshop provided an interdisciplinary group of participants with a … Continue reading »

Natural Language Processing and Taxonomy Design

Natural Language Processing (NLP) is a branch of artificial intelligence (AI) that processes and analyzes human language found in text. Some of the exciting capabilities that NLP offers includes parsing out the significant entities in content through a statistical analysis … Continue reading »

Applying The Five Laws of Library Science to your Next Taxonomy or Digital Product

The rate at which we are producing new information is unprecedented. Each year our ability to capture and create information becomes easier. As a result, the need to find information becomes more and more important. Designing the structure of information … Continue reading »

Building a Semantic Enterprise Architecture

The EK Difference Using a hybrid analysis approach, consisting of a combination of user-driven research (facilitated workshops, focus groups, and interviews) and technology-driven research (in-depth analysis of the existing technology), EK captured the current Enterprise Architecture using our Semantic Enterprise … Continue reading »