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2022 is going to be a great year at KGC. Read on to see the exciting offerings we're planning for you.

Our annual conference running from May 2-5 will be a grand event! We'll have both live sessions at a venue in New York City and virtual online sessions. If you preregister now, we'll contact you the moment tickets go on sale so you can take advantage of our early bird discount. Click here to preregister.
There are still a few days remaining to send us a proposal to present at our conference in May. We welcome either virtual presentations or presentations given in person in NYC. Both technical and non-technical presentations are welcome. If you're interested in presenting, click here to learn more.
NSF's OKN Innovation Sprint
The National Science Foundation is sponsoring a forum to present Open Knowledge Network (OKN) designs applicable to use cases of various government agencies. NSF, and potentially other government agencies, will use the outputs of this "Innovation Sprint" to consider the need for additional investments to realize the benefits of a “proto-OKN.”
If you're interested, be sure to register before January 14.

Click here to learn more.
Designing and Building Knowledge Enterprise Graphs – Tech giants have adopted knowledge graphs for the foundation of next-generation enterprise data and metadata management, search, recommendation, analytics, intelligent agents, and more. We are now observing an increasing number of enterprises that seek to adopt knowledge graphs to develop a competitive edge.

This new book describes how to build knowledge graphs from an organization's existing relational databases. Join the authors Juan Sequenda, Principal Scientist at, and Ora Lassila, Principal Technologist at Amazon Neptune, for a discussion of the techniques and issues.

Sessions will take place on Wednesdays, February 2, 9, 16 and March 2, 9, 16, 23 from 9:30 am - 10:30 am ET. You can order a copy of the book and register for the book club here.
Mike Atkin, principal author of our last annual Industry Survey, sends a greeting and a preview.

Season's Greetings. For the past year, I've been organizing my experience from the foundations of the information industry to the adoption of semantic standards into a new course for senior executives. My goal is to present a complete business case in concise language without technical jargon. Use cases where semantic standards are most valuable must be balanced against the costs and obstacles associated with organizational alignment and program implementation. I'll share more information about my collaboration with the Knowledge Graph Conference soon. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy this summary of the business case for semantic data management (below). 

Rants, raves and alternative points of view are welcome.

‒ Mike Atkin
   Managing Director
   Content Strategies, LLC

KGC has a collection of more than 100 video presentations with featured speakers from our annual conferences and Knowledge Espresso sessions over the last two years. There are sure to be topics you’ll find interesting and useful. Different subscription levels are available, and you can start off with a free trial. Click here to learn more.

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