KGC 2020 Speakers Announcement – KGC Newsletter Issue 06
- Jianghanhan Li
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We hope that you, your loved ones, and your communities are well and safe.
With the Knowledge Graph Conference 2020 coming in one month, we have been busy getting everything ready for this transformational virtual conference – a global feast of learning and sharing on knowledge graphs.
Today, we are happy and thrilled to announce the amazing lineup of speakers to present at the Knowledge Graph Conference 2020.
KGC 2020 Speakers
Bryon Jacob, Data.world
A Data Catalog Should be Your Organization’s First Knowledge Graph
Chen Yong Cher, Graphen, Inc.
Enterprise Knowledge Graph and Machine Learning Integration with Live Data
Dylan Roy, Dow Jones
Better Informing our Readers through the Dow Jones Knowledge Graph
Huda Khan, Cornell University
Integrating Data from Knowledge Graphs to Enhance Library Discovery
Jans Aasman, Franz Inc. – AllegroGraph
The Knowledge Graph that Listens
John F. Sowa, Kyndi, Inc.
From Semantic Networks to Knowledge Graphs
Michael Grove, Stardog
Insufficient Facts Always Invite Danger: Combat Them with a Logical Model
Konstantin Todorov, University of Montpellier / CNRS / LIRMM
A Knowledge Graph of Controversial Claims and its Applications
Nicolas Seyot, Morgan Stanley
Automated Knowledge Base Creation in a Large Financial Services Organization
Paco Nathan, Derwen, Inc.
Rich Context: a Knowledge Graph for Linking Datasets with Research Outcomes
Rafael Gonçalves, Stanford University
Use of OWL and Semantic Web Technologies at Pinterest
Ron Bekkerman, Cherre Inc.
Modeling Real Estate Ecosystem with Cherre’s Knowledge Graph
Ruben Verborgh, Ghent University
Personal Knowledge Graphs on the Web
Thorsten Liebig, derivo GmbH, Germany
Visual Analytics of Large Knowledge Graphs
Tom Plasterer, AstraZeneca
Middle-Out FAIR Data Integration with Knowledge Graphs
Topojoy Biswas, Yahoo / Verizon Media
Machine Learning in Yahoo Knowledge Graph
Vassil Momtchev, Ontotext
Semantic Objects Please Application Developers with GraphQL and Facilitate Quality Knowledge Graphs
Christos Boutsidis, Goldman Sachs
Towards building a CRM system using a Knowledge Graph of Communication Data
Elisa Kendall, Thematix Partners LLC
Using FIBO: A Use-Case Driven Cooks Tour
Melliyal Annamalai, Oracle
Using Graph Analytics in Enterprise Applications
Radu Marian, Bank of America
Cyber Controls Knowledge Graph
Yanko Ivanov, Enterprise Knowledge LLC
The Curious Case of the Semantic Data Catalog
KGC 2020 Tickets
With a virtual conference, attendance has never been made easier and more affordable, plus the seamless access and interaction with the speakers and attendees.
Personal Health Knowledge Graph (PHKG) Workshop aims to gather health practitioners, health informaticists, knowledge engineers, and computer scientists working on defining, building, consuming, and integrating personal health knowledge graphs to discuss the challenges and opportunities in this nascent space. To submit a paper or for more information visit the website. Deadline for paper submission is March 30.
Help the United Nations achieve sustainable development goals at the KGC 2020 – Knowledge Graphs for Social Good Workshop. Apply here.
Knowledge Graphs in the News
KGs are being widely applied in addressing the Covid-19 pandemic. See some of the work being done here, and please feel free to share more with us.
KG Community Efforts on Covid-19
Tableau makes Johns Hopkins coronavirus data available for the rest of us.
Graphen monitors genomic evolution of worldwide coronavirus of COVID-19.
Hyro develops a free virtual assistant to aid COVID-19 support and diagnosis.
Creating a knowledge graph of the COVID-19 literature.
Stanford Course on Knowledge Graphs – free online seminar on KGs, including content from some of our KG 2020 speakers.
Neo4j connector integrates graph data with business intelligence tools, including Tableau Software, Looker Data Sciences, Tibco Software, Spotfire, Oracle and MicroStrategy.
Yext announces collaboration with State of New Jersey to launch comprehensive COVID-19 information hub.
Refinitiv invests in ModuleQ, a Microsoft partner for Office 365 and Microsoft Teams.
Ideas & Insights
Webinar – Use of ontologies and knowledge graphs at Bayer CropScience.
Webinar – Semantic knowledge graphs are the governance architecture of the future.
Video – Building the fashion knowledge graph, by Katariina Kari at DINAcon 2019.
Blog – Semi-automatic generation of a reliable knowledge graph for space mission design with Grakn.
Blog – State of the graph: AI, machine learning and the future of graphs, by Kurt Cagle.
Last but not least
That’s all for now from us.
We look forward to seeing you virtually at KGC 2020 in May.
KGC Organizing Team