Welcome to this week’s #GraphCast – our series featuring what you might have missed in Neo4j media from the past fortnight.

Last week, our Managing Editor, Jocelyn Hoppa, highlighted the similarities between the choose-your-own-adventure movie, Black Mirror: Bandersnatch and running decision trees in Neo4j (presented by Max De Marzi). If you’re new to graphs, it’s a great parallel to see in action.

Catch this week's GraphCast with Emil Eifrem on the Exponential View podcast with Azeem Azhar

This week, I’ve selected our first non-video #GraphCast (🙀) : The CEO and Co-Founder of Neo4j, Emil Eifrem was recently interviewed by Azeem Azhar on the Exponential View podcast, which looks at the impact of technology on business and society. Catch the episode here (or wherever you get your podcasts):


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In this episode of Exponential View, Emil and Azeem discuss how graph technology is powering some of the largest companies today, and how Emil coined the term “graph database.” They also chat about how the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) used Neo4j to reveal hidden financial data relationships in the largest data journalism leak ever, the Panama Papers.


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About the Author

Bryce Merkl Sasaki , Editor-in-Chief, Neo4j

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Bryce Merkl Sasaki is the Editor-in-Chief at Neo4j. He studied professional and creative writing for undergrad and has been freelancing for 7 years. Recently, he worked at an inbound marketing agency in Philadelphia as a copywriter before moving to California. When not working, he likes to spend his time working on his novel, looking for pickup soccer games and reading voraciously.


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