“Why Knowledge Graphs are Important for Scholarly Publishing”
Speaker: Haris Dindo - Chief Data Scientist - Yewno
Webinar hosted through Zoom Webinars
Over the past 30 years, we have been living in the Information Economy. Valuable content is proliferating at an unprecedented rate. However, information is fragmented, making it nearly impossible for humans to gather, read, and process every valuable piece of information that is relevant to them.
AI is now expected to be the main driver of productivity and economic growth for at least the next 20 years. For publishers, this is extremely important as the ability to locate and market content can impact their bottom lines. Knowledge Graphs are becoming increasingly important in understanding data that is continuously growing and changing. Essentially, their dynamic nature keeps pace with data evolution.
In this session, Yewno’s Chief Data Scientist, Haris Dindo, will talk about the dynamic significance of knowledge graphs and their fluid nature in managing scholarly content