A few years after Google announced that their knowledge graph allowed searching for things, not strings, knowledge graphs have been gaining momentum in the world’s leading organisations as a means to integrate, share and exploit data and knowledge that they need in order to stay competitive. In this talk, we discuss both the technical and business/organizational dimensions and challenges of Knowledge Graph initiatives, and share relevant best practices and lessons, derived from building our own knowledge graph about the Labour Market domain.
- What is a Knowledge Graph and in what ways can it be used in an organizational setting?
- What are the main dimensions and tasks that both Information Architects and Business Executives need to consider when launching a Knowledge Graph Initiative?
- What are some key challenges related to Knowledge Graph development, exploitation and evolution, and how can they be addressed?