7 Reasons You Should Go to GraphSummit

We would like to officially invite you to our GraphSummit Series! It kicks off in Paris this summer, with stops in London, Sydney, and lots of places in between, before wrapping up in Copenhagen this fall.

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Driven by Graph’s Extraordinary Impact: Emil Eifrem on His Life’s Work

Want a dose of authentic inspiration from the man himself? Our CEO and Co-founder Emil Eifrem conceived of the first graph database on the back of a napkin on a flight to Mumbai over 20 years ago. What happened after that?

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GraphConnect 2022: 10 Sessions You Don’t Want to Miss

Here are 10 highly-anticipated GraphConnect 2022 presentations (among 130+ sessions) that you don’t want to miss.

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How Knowledge Graphs Drive More Sales With Real-Time Recommendation Engines

Are you familiar with knowledge graphs? What about graph technology in general? If you’re in the retail business, this presentation could be a game-changer.

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Achieve Unrivaled Speed and Scalability With Neo4j

In this blog, we will explore how to reframe the complexity of scalability in a more useful way and look at sources and patterns to demonstrate how it manifests in graphs.

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Meet the Women Leading Innovation in Knowledge Graphs

We enlisted some of the brightest minds in tech to talk about their vast and varied experience with knowledge graphs, and share some insights on this exploding technology.

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This Week in Neo4j: Announcing Graph Data Science 2.0 and AuraDS Releases!!!

The big news this week for Neo4j was two major releases: Graph Data Science (GDS) 2.0 and AuraDS. GDS 2.0 brings a ton of new features, such as improvements to similarity algorithms, unified machine learning pipelines, and simplified graph projections… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j: Space Junk, SHACL, Neo4j Apps with Python, Under The Hood, Spring Data, and More

You’ve probably heard about space debris and the growing risk of collision to satellites and space stations. According to Moriba Jah, who created ASTRIAGraph at the University of Texas at Austin, there are 26,000 trackable objects in space (excluding the… Read more →

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Stefan Wendin With Stratazon’s Justo Boero Delbanco and Henrik Johansson

If you want to learn from experts in the graph space, you’ve come to the right place. The head of Neo4j’s Innovation Lab, Stefan Wendin, sat down with two executives at Stratazon, a Malmo-based international trade and development company that uses graph technology to develop valuable tactics for their clients.

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This Week in Neo4j: ML on Graphs, Extraction Pipelines, Kubernetes, Cybersecurity, Knowledge Graph, and More Copy

There’s a wealth of fine content and varied perspectives on graphs in this week’s newsletter. The not-to-miss articles include transferring unstructured text – including emails, news articles, and more – into a knowledge graph. We also show you how to… Read more →

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GraphQL: The Past, Present, and Future

As a software engineer, I have been building GraphQL applications for several years and will be sharing the past, present, and future of GraphQL here at Neo4j.

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