In this talk we cover the steps in the journey to creating a knowledge graph, from beginning to use taxonomies and ontologies through to finally delivering knowledge graphs at scale through APIs.
The best approach for many organisations is to deliver a knowledge graph incrementally to provide value as soon as possible. The learning curve can be steep and the skills are not always available. We look at how the latest tooling can help with this.
There is also the question of build versus buy (including open source) and we cover some of the pros and cons of both approaches.
The journey is not all about technology though so we also look at some of the points relating to users and patterns of working, collaboration and a few observations that we commonly see.
Paul Appleby is a co-founder of Graphifi, a company providing knowledge graph solutions. Graphifi has developed Graphologi for taxonomy and ontology management and EasyGraph for knowledge graph delivery. Paul specialises in the semantic web and content architecture.
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