Last time, our Managing Editor, Jocelyn Hoppa, showed off the beautiful data visualization capabilities of Neo4j Bloom, in particular its ability to illustrate fraudulent patterns in financial transactions. (And kudos to Rik Van Bruggen for the wonderful video.)
This week, I’ve picked Karin Wolok‘s great summary of how customers and community members are using graph database technology all around the world. Check it out below.
Karin put together this video for our inaugural Global Graph Celebration Day (get the complete recap here), celebrating the birth of Leonhard Euler – the inventor of graph theory.
In this video, you get to hear from Neo4j users from around the world, including:
- Pierre Romera, CTO of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) on the Panama Papers and Paradise Papers.
- Hilary Mason of Cloudera Fast Forward Labs on applied machine learning research and advising.
- David Meza of NASA on the lessons learned database which has saved them 2 years on the Orion project
- Alicia Powers of NYC Economic Development Corporation on her project to understand the connections between different aspects of eating: when, where, how much, etc.
- David Fox of Adobe, using Neo4j for the homepage activity feed of the Behance social network.
- Daniel Himmelstein of University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) on encoding biological knowledge into a graph.
- Alexander Jarasch of the German Center for Diabetes Research (DZD) on Neo4j as a knowledge graph to connect all of their research data.
- Ann Grubbs of Lockheed Martin Space on Neo4j as a master data management tool for analytics to understand how their business works.
- Andy Robbins of SpecterOps, using Neo4j for BloodHound to map out privileges and attack paths in enterprises for red teaming for stronger cybersecurity.
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