Last time, our News Editor, Jessica Baumgardner, showed us how a social knowledge graph improves remote collaboration for the home workforce in these very remote times.
This week, I’m taking knowledge graphs to the next level – beyond work productivity. I present to you this COVID-19 knowledge graph built by the Graphs4Good community to help researchers, as well as the general public, answer key questions about the pandemic as our fight against the virus goes on.
Now you’ve discovered the treasure chest with heterogeneous pandemic information left by our Graphs4Good community. Do with it what you will.
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