Austin will be the center of graph geekiness this January 24-25 with the Global Graph Summit at Data Day Texas 2020. The event brings together key players from the graph community, and it’s an excellent opportunity to learn about the latest developments in the graph industry.
I am delivering a keynote on the history of knowledge graphs, tracing the advancements in the discipline all the way back to the 1950s.
There’s a well-known quote that states, “those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” I believe it is paramount to understand the historical context on the roots of Knowledge Graphs in order to avoid reinventing the wheel and be analytical about the latest developments.
I will also be joined on a future of graph panel by Denise Gosnell of DataStax, Amy Hodler of Neo4j, and Josh Shinavier of Uber, moderated by Josh Perryman. This will be a unique opportunity to learn how vendors and users of graph technology think about what’s coming next.
We are also excited to be part of the Graph Showcase. Naturally, we’ll put a spotlight on data.world, the only SaaS cloud-native data catalog powered by a knowledge graph. We will also provide demos of the latest developments in Gra.fo to map relational data to graphs.