Awareness of the strengths and benefits of Knowledge Graphs
When a business is aware of the reasons for using a knowledge graph and importantly the strengths and benefits.
Solves the problems
People do not understand knowledge graphs
Distraction caused by technology fads
Stakeholders unable to understand the potential of a new data model
Important for these Maturity Models
Knowledge Graph Platform Maturity Model
Stage 1: Knowledge Graph Journey Initiation - Maturity Stage
A lighthouse project to pave the way of implementing a knowledge graph for your organization. The first step in Knowledge Graph maturity.
Involves these Technologies
Data Language is a market leader in the design, implementation, and deployment of knowledge graphs (KGs), and we have developed a Knowledge Graph as a Service platform that enables exploration and speed-to-market.
Knowledge Graph Creation Tools
A category of specialized information management tools that support the design and creation of knowledge graphs. These include KGaaS products, as well as a range of enterprise knowledge graph platform offerings.
What are the strengths of a Knowledge Graph?
A knowledge graph enables information to be explored and understood by all kinds of users without the need for technical training (given
the right user interface
It enables information to be readily available in a structured form for all business purposes.
Business information assets can be used by artificial intelligence and automation processes.
The data carries both context and meaning which enables portability across the enterprise.
What's the best way to learn about knowledge graphs?
Set up an account with a no-code "Knowledge Graph as a Service" (KGaaS) platform.
Choose one of the ready-made models that already have some sample data.
Explore the data using a graph explorer, so that you can see how it is connected.
Try adding data, deleting data.
Once you feel like you understand how data works with the model, try adding something to the model.