We are pleased to present the full results of the 2021 Knowledge Graph Benchmarking Study. Follow this link for a complimentary copy including our extended analysis of the current “state of affairs” for the industry. You are free to download and redistribute the report (via open source attribution) as you think appropriate.
Our takeaway is optimistic (with a hint of caution). The adoption curve for knowledge technology and semantic standards is nascent but growing steadily. The use cases are foundational. And the providers are viewed as trusted partners. The biggest challenges we face are not technical; they are cultural. This is to be expected as information-intensive organizations learn to make the transition from columns to concepts.
The Knowledge Graph Conference (KGC) intends to continue an exploration of the themes uncovered in this study. We will be launching a moderated Slack channel, hosting live webcast sessions and proposing curricula about the methods and messages necessary to position knowledge technology in the minds of key stakeholders.
We hope you find the benchmarking report useful and invite you to join the ongoing discussion by registering for our KGC Slack channels (see links at end of this message). Please don’t hesitate to contact us directly if you have comments or suggestions. We look forward to your ongoing participation.
PS – Please be sure to join us for our weekly Knowledge Espresso on July 1, where Mike Atkin (principal author of the benchmarking report) will discuss The Future of Data Management. Click here to add it to your calendar.
Email inquiries: Mike Atkin, firstname.lastname@example.org
– Francois Scharffe