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The Knowledge Graph Conference 2020 is coming in less than a week!
Are you ready to be dazzled by the stardom of our speakers this year?
Here’s a moment of unveiling our special events at the KGC 2020.
Workshop – Personal Health Knowledge Graphs
May 5th, 9 am – 5 pm EST
Harmonizing EHR and patient-generated health data for breast cancer risk assessment and precision prevention in primary care settings Rita Kukafka, Professor, Sociomedical Sciences and Biomedical Informatics, Columbia University Medical Center
Personalizing health data in knowledge graph technologies Jim Hendler, Director, Rensselaer Institute for Data Exploration and Applications, Director, RPI-IBM Center on Health Empowerment by Analytics, Learning and Semantics
State-of-the-art in personal health applications Panelists: Rita Kukafka, Constantina (Tina) Papoutsakis, Jeff Rogers
Methods for personal health knowledge graphs Panelists: Jim Hendler, Ruben Verborgh, Mauro Dragoni
Moderator: Deborah McGuinness
For the full workshop agenda, please visit here.
Panel – Frontiers in Data Intelligence
May 7th, 4pm EST
Putting intelligence into data use; where data intelligence is a new intellective skill base for “ethical” data use.
Moderator Pieter De Leenheer, Cofounder, Chief Scientist, Collibra
Amit Sheth, Founding Director, Artificial Intelligence Institute, University of South Carolina
Dr. Jim Short, Lead Scientist & Co-Founder, Center for Large Scale Data Systems (CLDS), San Diego Supercomputer Center
Helen Nissenbaum, Professor of Information Science, Cornell Tech
Julia Stoyanovich, Assistant Professor, Dept of Science and Engineering at NYU Tandon
Rumman Chowdhury, Responsible AI Lead, Accenture
Launch Event – Enterprise Knowledge Graph Foundation
May 5th, 1:30 pm EST
We will formally launch the Enterprise Knowledge Graph Foundation (EKG Foundation) during the KGC 2020. EKG Foundation is a new non-profit organization focused on the growth of the marketplace for semantic technology, the development of best practices for sustainable EKG and the adoption of a shared infrastructure for collaborative data management.
Also check out the tutorials, Knowledge Graphs for Social Good workshop, Startup Investor Pitch, and our main conference program here!
KGC 2020 Tickets
Join over 250 currently registered attendees.
Enjoy access to all talks, workshops, and tutorials.
*Early Bird Ticket Sale Ends on April 27
KGC 2020 LinkedIn Live
On April 21 Tuesday, hundreds of viewers from around the world joined the KGC 2020 LinkedIn Live with 17 KGC speakers, facilitated by Kate Stratchnyi from Story By Data. The event sparked new interest and lively discussion around the much-anticipated KGC 2020. If you missed the live stream, now you can still catch it by viewing the recording here.
Humanitarian AI Talk
Lambert Hogenhout (United Nations) and Vivek Khetan (Accenture) spoke to Humanitarian AI Today’s host Mia Kossiavelou about their Graphs4Good Hackathon project linked to the Sustainable Development Goals. Check it out here.
The Graph Lounge
For more learning on knowledge graphs, linked data and other connected things, check out Graph Lounge’s upcoming events.
Knowledge Graphs in the News
Fraunhofer SCAI is opening a new knowledge space with information and analysis tools on COVID-19.
CORD-19 has given rise to software tools for mining COVID-19 research studies that went viral among scientists.
NLQ – a new natural language query tool that’s built on graph technology and a hub for low-code/no-code embedded application development.
CogniCor – a context-aware digital assistant that streamlines financial call centers to drive efficiency and engagement.
Agrimetrics – an agriculture-food data marketplace that utilizes knowledge graphs to manage the food system during the coronavirus pandemic.
Ideas & Insights
Causality Link maps the impact of coronavirus across countries and economy sectors.
Three platforms where AI bias lives – hiring tools, collaboration tools, sales tools.
Track the social and mental health issues surfacing during the coronavirus pandemic from online conversations using knowledge graphs.
Big Data to personalize therapy for Lung Cancer and Alzheimer’s diseases.
Graph Databases – the key to groundbreaking medical research.