London Meetup for all interested in Connected Data technologies and developments. This includes Graph Database, Linked Data, semantics, Knowledge Representation and AI experts, users, enthusiasts and newbies.
Topics at meetups so far have included:
Linked Data in publishing, Financial Services & Telecoms
Knowledge Representation and Explainable AI
Graph Databases in Financial Crime & Product Recommendations
Ontology development & Data Modelling
Network analysis in Bioinformatics
At the10th meetup we tried to agree a simple description for the group to help clarify the topics that we typically discuss:
“Connected Data is a collection of related Disciplines & Technologies where the relationships, rules, structure, meaning & context are treated as first-class citizens”.
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Introduction to simple knowledge organization system (SKOS)
Featuring Phil Stacey
Learning outcomes:skos data
The Victors will be Declarative - Exploring the Graph Query Language of the Future
Featuring Gavin Mendel-Gleason
Quick overview of query language and how we got heredata graph-query
AIEVE - On the Importance of NLP for Cryptocurrency Forecasting
Featuring Kamel Nebhi
Peculium is the first Crypto-Savings platform that combines traditional savings, blockchain technology, cryptocurrency, and artificial intelligence. Indeed, Peculium is a platform that makes use of the AIEVE Artificial Intelligence technology to forecast the market price of several...data nlp ai
Working with RDF in Jupyter Notebooks: some lessons in getting rid of Excel for requirements and project management
Featuring Eugene Morozov
Excel is being replaced by a plethora of literate programming tools such as Jupyter Notebooks, R Notebooks, Zeppelin and others. There is an opportunity to improve data processing by adding Semantic Web standards to the mix, and we'll look at some of the tools available to work with RDF in...
What is the difference between a Knowledge Graph and a Graph Database?
Featuring Michael Grove
Knowledge Graphs and Graph Databases have reached unprecedented levels of interest thanks to the efforts of Google, NASA and other innovators. In this talk Michael Grove, cofounder of Stardog the leading Enterprise Knowledge Graph platform, will provide an introduction to the fundamentals of a...
Engineering a Metadata-driven Data Platform at GeoPhy
Featuring Sander Mulders
In this talk we will present the GeoPhy Semantic Data Platform, a core part of our infrastructure built with RDF and graph databases. In particular, we want to show how we use graph-based configuration to spawn and deploy software agents for data integration and enrichment.
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