Ehrlinger, Wolfram Wöß, and Kepler defined knowledge graphs as acquiring and integrating information into an ontology and applying reasoning to derive new knowledge
Today, Knowledge Graphs are increasingly being used in a broad range of applications, including supply chain, customer service, IoT, routing and switching. Google, too, uses knowledge graphs in search results in their “knowledge panel".
Join us on Wipro’s insightful webinar on Knowledge Graphs which will focus on:
- What are Knowledge Graphs and how do you build them?
- A brief demo of Knowledge Graphs
- How you can use Knowledge Graphs to build advanced, comprehensive AI platforms powering a new fleet of intelligent applications
- Explore potential use cases for Knowledge Graphs