Branimir Rakic
Branimir Rakić is the co-founder and CTO of Trace Labs, core developers of OriginTrail protocol for trusted supply chain data exchange, actively used through an open, permissionless OriginTrail Decentralized Network since late 2018. As the architect of the OriginTrail Decentralized Knowledge Graph - a technology stack employing linked data, blockchain and novel identity frameworks such as the Self Sovereign Identity - Branimir has been leading OriginTrail implementations with Trace Labs partners such as British Standards Institution, the Swiss Railway company SBB, Oracle, large European dairy and poultry producers and various consortiums within the Trace Alliance and European commission supported projects. Being a strong advocate of open source, permissionless innovation, Branimir is active in standards development working groups within GS1 and the blockchain communities, a member of the Serbian Entrepreneurs and an alumni H-Farm accelerator

2021 Talk: Knowledge Economy tools based on the OriginTrail Decentralized Knowledge Graph

Knowledge graphs are powerful tools used by organizations to integrate their siloed data into useful, machine readable information for a wide range of purposes. The OriginTrail Decentralized Knowledge Graph (DKG) extends this approach to enable trusted knowledge exchange between multiple organizations, marrying knowledge graph technology with DLT and blockchain frameworks to enable 4 Is - interoperability, interconnectivity, integrity and incentivisation. Based on W3C and GS1 standards, the open source OriginTrail DKG is hosted on the OriginTrail Decentralized Network, operated by hundreds of organizations and individuals around the globe and built to utilize a multitude of blockchains such as Ethereum and Polkadot. In 2021, the DKG is being extended with tools such as trusted knowledge tokens, knowledge wallets, knowledge marketplaces and knowledge tenders to enable incentivised, trusted knowledge exchange, which will together with the OriginTrail DKG be presented during the talk at Knowledge Graph Conference 2021.