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Case Study: Semantic Web Ontologies and Geoscience Collaboration Helps the Planet

In the geoscience community, collaboration is critical. Different disciplines — engineering geologists, geochemists, hydrologists — need to share their findings with each other to address big questions about the earth.      Take climate change. What factors contribute to it? What impact will it have? Oceanographers who study the dynamics of oceans do their work individually […]

Can Your Organization Avoid AI Failures?

Artificial intelligence (AI) initiatives come as businesses enthusiasm for the technology grows, and AI initiatives go as the excitement fades in the face of false starts and little proof of value. It doesn’t have to be that way. Early AI adopters are actually ramping up their AI investments and launching more projects — and getting […]

A Brief History of Master Data

Master data is generally described as essential business data about people, places, and things. Master Data Management or MDM describes a system for managing the data, which is different than the actual data. Master data is not typically transactional data, but in some situations transactional data can be treated as master data. For instance, if […]

So You Want to be a Machine Learning Engineer?

Ideally, a machine learning engineer would have both the skills of a software engineer and the experience of a data scientist and data engineer. However, data scientists and software engineers usually come from very different backgrounds, and data scientists should not be expected to be great programmers, nor should software engineers be expected to provide […]

Data Governance and Data Quality Use Cases

Given the high volume of erroneous data floating across the enterprise, it is increasingly difficult for industry operators to make business decisions or plan any course of action based on such poor-quality data. Moreover, what’s the point of applying advanced analytics or BI technologies on data that is flawed? A whitepaper titled Getting Ahead of […]

Graph Databases in the Spotlight

Graph databases are distinguished by relationships. Users can query, for example, the connections that relate a customer to an account that he or she owns, or how many degrees of separation exist between Kevin Bacon and Audrey Hepburn. Ontologies are a key underpinning, providing a data model to describe things in a database. Metadata and […]

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