Knowledge Graphs are an information system design pattern that is gaining a lot of attention. Originally developed by Google and other large companies, the techniques are now spreading out to mere mortals. In this talk we will discuss what is a knowledge graph (and what it isn't), then look at technology for building a knowledge graph using W3C standards.
This talk will be given by Andy Seaborne, who is a contributor to Apache Jena and a Principal Engineer for Data Technologies at TopQuadrant.
Bud Systems have sponsored this event, making it possible for us to use the (brand new!) event space at Origin Workspace.
Beer and Pizza will be provided, courtesy of Uncommon Correlation.