Today I’m talking to Amit Weizner, founder and tech-entrepreneur form Israel. He has founded several companies in data-intensive branches in recent years. Now he's on board of timbr.ai, a company doing SQL Knowledge Graphs.
On Thursday, February 13th, panelists from Enterprise Knowledge, Semantic Web Company, DataWorld, and USC’s Artificial Intelligence Institute will take a business-focused, pragmatic view of knowledge graphs, AI, and semantic tools.
Keynote speaker Aaron Bradley from Electronic Arts (EA) has observed the development of enterprise knowledge graphs, where companies have begun to reap the benefits of linked data technologies. We had the chance to ask Aaron for a statement.
We are excited to have iNovex as a sponsor and presenter at this year’s conference. iNovex works closely with customers to integrate semantic tools into their enterprise data solutions. We have Stephen Kahmann with us to answer a bit more about what they do.
Our Board of Advisors helps substantially to shape the conference and to future proof the discussions there. One of these important influencers is Alan Morrison, which we are proud to have as a regular at the conference since 2018. Today Danilo de Oliveira Pereira got him, to answer on the past, present, and future of Semantic AI.
Jans Aasman is a provider, for two aspects. He is CEO of one of the backbone graph databases in the sector and he's also a researcher publishing articles and papers in the field. He covers both worlds - the academic and the applied. Danilo de Oliveira Pereira got him on the table for a few questions.
On Thursday, January 30th, an expert panel composed of SEMANTiCs Conference speakers discussed how knowledge graphs, AI, and semantic technologies all fit together. Additionally, the panel answered technical questions from webinar attendees.