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News from the world of graphs, semantics, and Semantic AI

A typical formulation of the disambiguation against Knowledge Graph task, also called entity linking

January 14, 2020

How to use a Knowledge Graph for Entity Linking to process unstructured data, such as text documents, automatically? Read until the end to get the code!

December 6, 2019

Learn how knowledge graphs are data and, at the same time, a methodology for knowledge networking and collaboration.

A New Generation of Artificial Intelligence

December 5, 2019

Learn about Semantic AI, the new generation of Artificial Intelligence that helps you to overcome the so-called cold start problem when developing chatbots.

Bringing Knowledge Search to a new level

November 27, 2019

Knowledge management has an immense impact on our daily productivity. How do we bring knowledge search to a new level? Learn more here.

October 24, 2019

Lawyers spend plenty of time looking for laws in the legal corpora. How to help them find the information faster with a legal Question Answering System?

August 30, 2019

Learn how enterprises use semantic matchmaking to grant employees access to their corporate knowledge in one single search point.

A Cross-RDF Graph Database Investigation

August 26, 2019

A Cross-RDF Graph Database Investigation to learn how RDF4J, Stardog, Apache JENA TDB, AllegroGraph among others deal with the so-called “default graph.”

Use Cases for Data Integration across the Linked Data Lifecycle

June 25, 2019

Discover uses cases for data integration and how they are built across the linked data lifecycle phases such as data ingestion, cleaning, linking and analysis.

PoolParty Semantic Suite integration with RDF Graph Databases

April 9, 2019

This blog will focus mainly on how PoolParty Semantic Suite is used as a Middleware platform and the functional requirements to successfully integrate an RDF graph database with PoolParty.

Knowledge Graph Governance

March 27, 2019

Knowledge Graphs (KGs) have been recognized by several industries as an efficient approach for data governance, semantic enrichment, and as a data integration technology that brings unstructured and structured data together.