Welcome to This Week in Neo4j, your weekly fix for news from the world of graph databases!
I hope summer is treating you well (if you live in the northern hemisphere, that is) 🏖️
This week, we announced a milestone feature for Neo4j: Native Vector Search. It provides a simple approach for quickly finding contextually related information by using an algorithm called Hierarchical Navigable Small World (HNSW) to identify similar vectors efficiently. The more similar the vectors, the higher the relevance. Get started with Vector Search.Cheers,
COMING UP NEXT WEEK!
FEATURED NODES SPEAKER: Julian Schibberges
Julian Schibberges works for Bernstein Analytics, part of Bernstein Group, and has worked previously on graph projects in the fields of anti-money laundering an political analysis.
He has co-published two journal articles on a network analysis of United Nations sanction list data on Al-Qaeda/ISIS, providing a new data set for network analysis for political science/security researchers. Connect with him on LinkedIn.
Join him at NODES 2023 where he will explain why understanding political interests is vital in a democratic society, and graphs help us understand those interests better.