"Knowledge graphs are capturing the attention of corporates across sectors because they apply semantics to give context and relationships to data, providing a framework for data integration, unification, analytics and sharing. Think of them as a flexible means of discovering facts and relationships between people, processes, applications and data, in ways that give companies new insights into their businesses, allowing them to create new services and improve R&D research."
During the conference a new benchmark study on the state of knowledge graph maturity conducted by the Knowledge Graph Conference and the Enterprise Knowledge Graph Foundation in conjunction with Content Strategies was released. The study found that many firms have been exploring knowledge graph technology and a few have jumped in with both feet. Those that have made the commitment are reaping the benefits by leveraging their data to manage their supply chains, enhance data discovery, and automate their business processes, conference speaker Michael Atkin, Managing Director of Content Strategies and long-time industry analyst, said in an interview with The Innovator. But the study also revealed that many companies are still struggling to move their internal initiatives out of the experimental phase and into full operation, hampering their digital transformation."