Art Murray demonstrates tools for enhancing legacy knowledge bases at KMWorld Connect 2021

Many knowledge bases and repositories are built using traditional content management systems with an underlying content database.

While useful, however, content databases are limited, especially for users seeking a “birds-eye” view of how the many concepts and topics are interrelated—a key requirement for KM. The recent widespread interest in knowledge graphs has been partly in response to this limitation, as they provide a visualization of the topics and their interrelationships. The challenge is how to effectively integrate both technologies.

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