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June 10, 2020 | Webinar | 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm CEST
The Road to AI requires a Semantic Data Fabric

Business success depends heavily on the ability to make effective use of data. The first step towards this data-driven culture is data access, but many organizations have data silos that hinder this effort.

The "Semantic Data Fabric" is a new solution to data silos that combines the best-of-breed technologies, data catalogs and knowledge graphs, based on Semantic AI. With a semantic data fabric, companies can combine text and documents (unstructured) with data residing in relational databases and data warehouses (structured) to create a much more comprehensive and accurate view of their customers, employees, products, and other vital areas of business.

Driven by a joint passion for knowledge graph technologies, data.world and PoolParty, two leading metadata management platforms, have teamed up to provide a powerful semantic data fabric solution and prepared a series of webinars for guide you through their solution.

The webinar series 'The Road to AI requires a Semantic Data Fabric' offers four sessions in which you will learn from what a semantic data fabric is to what the applications of this technology are in real-world scenarios.

In this webinar, we will focus on transforming the business vocabulary developed before into machine-readable metadata to apply the common vocabulary across unstructured content and structured data. We will cover the following activities:

  • Transform the business vocabulary to a standards-based taxonomy in PoolParty
  • Leverage corpus analysis to enrich the taxonomy with common terminology found in the actual content
  • Learn how to build an ontology to model key business assets, their attributes and how they are related

The webinar series is presented jointly by:

Bryon Jacob, CTO and Founder of data.world
Florian Bauer, Director of Vertical Solutions at Semantic Web Company
Yanko Ivanov, Technology Partner Manager at Enterprise Knowledge
 

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