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Maya Natarajan

Sr. Program Director, Knowledge Graphs

Maya Natarajan is responsible for knowledge graphs at Neo4j. She is passionate about bringing different technologies together to solve complex problems. At Neo4j, Maya is championing the use of knowledge graphs to bring context to various systems. Maya has positioned technologies from Blockchain to Predictive & User-Based Analytics to Machine Learning to Deep Learning to Search to BPM and beyond in a myriad of industries at various small and large companies.
Maya started her career in the biotechnology area where she was in R&D focusing on cardiovascular drugs, and she has five patents to her name.


Latest Posts by Maya Natarajan

Actioning vs. decisioning knowledge graphs

From Graph to Knowledge Graph: Actioning vs. Decisioning Knowledge Graphs

Unleashing the power of knowledge is imperative for enterprises looking for a competitive edge. Everyone wants to capture knowledge, to connect everything that they know. However, turning data into knowledge is still very much an ongoing effort – though progress has been made, most data... read more


How a graph becomes a knowledge graph

From Graph to Knowledge Graph: How a Graph Becomes a Knowledge Graph

Unleashing the power of knowledge is imperative for enterprises looking for a competitive edge. Everyone wants to capture knowledge, to connect everything that they know. However, turning data into knowledge is still very much an ongoing effort – though progress has been made, most data... read more


Discover the data trends and challenges today that requires the power of knowledge graphs.

From Graph to Knowledge Graph: Data Trends and Challenges

Unleashing the power of knowledge is imperative for enterprises looking for a competitive edge. Everyone wants to capture knowledge, to connect everything that they know. However, turning data into knowledge is still very much an ongoing effort – though progress has been made, most data... read more


Knowledge Graph book

Knowledge Graphs: Data in Context for Responsive Businesses [New Book]

Knowledge graphs have been around for almost half a century – as the term was first coined in 1972! For a long time, they simply languished in the academic world until Google announced their knowledge graph in 2012. Since then, knowledge graphs have evolved quite dramatically, and now there is no... read more