A new web of information is being built—this time for machines, by machines—leading us to a future of smarter systems that improve our lives and businesses. Leveraging structured knowledge, whether about your organization or the outside world, will be a critical ingredient in the design of the next wave of intelligent applications, for everything from new app experiences to search assistants to enterprise business intelligence. Mike Tung offers an overview of the current open source and commercial knowledge graphs and explains how consumer and business applications are already taking advantage of these to provide intelligent experiences and enhanced business efficiency.
Mike Tung is the CEO of Diffbot, an adviser at the Stanford StartX accelerator, and the leader of Stanford’s entry in the DARPA Robotics Challenge. In a previous life, he was a patent lawyer, a grad student in the Stanford AI lab, and a software engineer at eBay, Yahoo, and Microsoft. Mike studied electrical engineering and computer science at UC Berkeley and artificial intelligence at Stanford.
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