Data-driven knowledge management with knowledge graphs
Fredric Landqvist, Senior, Information Strategist & Researcher, TietoEvry/Findwise
Heather Hedden, Knowledge Engineer at Semantic Web Company
In this on-demand webinar, we will go deeper into mixing search-driven and enterprise knowledge graph initiatives to support knowledge management in large Enterprises. This event is presented by TietoEvery/Findwise and PoolParty.
- Knowledge networking challenges in large enterprises
- New ways govern data with knowledge graphs
- Tapping into the knowledge assets—enterprise vocabulary management
- Enriching employee experience with search and knowledge graphs
In large, contemporary enterprises, the data landscape is extremely heterogeneous and it’s a daily challenge at the workplace to find knowledgeable peers and codified golden knowledge assets. Enacted data governance that makes sense of the corporate data assets will improve data quality and data management practices. With enterprise knowledge graphs come the capabilities to connect, enrich, augment and automate (AI, ML, NLP) the data fabric—akin to how you can automatically classify and tag content in large Microsoft 365 environments, or how enterprise information management processes clean up and transform data to solid data assets that allow for more robust analytics.
Senior Information Architect, Findwise
Fredric works as a principal information strategist & researcher. He has extensive experience within knowledge management, information architecture and data governance and a passion for smart (AI) solutions with knowledge graphs and will share insights from health data & life science cases.
Data and Knowledge Engineer with Semantic Web Company
Heather Hedden is a Data and Knowledge Engineer with Semantic Web Company Inc., vendor of PoolParty Semantic Suite software for developing taxonomies, ontologies, knowledge graphs, and semantic search applications. Heather has 25 years of experience in developing and managing taxonomies and other knowledge organization systems. She provides training in taxonomy creation and is author of the book The Accidental Taxonomist.