Transforming Health Information Technology with a Knowledge Graph

Learn how graph technology aids with the efficiency of electronic data entry in the healthcare industry, featuring vascular surgeon Christopher Wixon.

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Liberating Knowledge: Machine Learning Techniques with Neo4j

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Rob Schley, Dr. Alessandro Negro and Christophe Willemsen at GraphConnect New York City in September 2018 Presentation Summary Following a brief philosophical background by Rob Schley, we dive into Hume’s core by exploring… Read more →

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Toward AI Standards: Why Context Is Critical for Artificial Intelligence

Learn what Neo4j CEO Emil Eifrem believes is the most critical component of both technical and ethical standards for AI – and how we might make it happen.

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Accelerating Digital Transformation at CA Technologies with Neo4j

Discover how CA Technologies used Neo4j to share enriched data between their sales, development and IT teams to create a company-wise database.

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Graphs in Government: A NASA Knowledge Graph

Learn how NASA uses Neo4j to close the data gaps between departments and individual groups to capture a large amount of project data.

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This Week in Neo4j – Event-driven Graph Analytics using Neo4j and Apache Kafka, SRE Knowledge Graphs, Modeling Events in Neo4j

This week Lju Lazarevic and Andrea Santurbano show us how to do event driven graph analytics using Neo4j and Apache Kafka, and we have the Spring Release of the APOC library. We also learn how to load data into a… Read more →

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The Illusion of Consumer Choice: A Tale of Cereal and Knowledge Graphs

Here at Neo4j, we have a motto: Graphs Are Everywhere. This blog series was inspired by all the times I encountered graphs and “graph problems” in my non-working life. Hopefully these posts help you see more graphs in the world.… Read more →

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Enterprise Graphs: 5-Minute Interview
with Dan Woods

“People are now moving from a project-based approach to adopting graphs to graphs as a platform for their technology,” said Dan Woods, Principal Analyst at Early Adopter Research and Founder and CEO of Evolved Media. Enterprises face challenges in adopting… Read more →

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We’re Expanding the Neo4j Startup Program: Now More Entrepreneurs Get Neo4j Enterprise Edition & Neo4j Bloom – for Free

Last year, the Neo4j Startup Program provided free access to Neo4j Enterprise clusters to over 650 startups with less than 20 employees. We’ve now significantly expanded the program to support much larger organizations, with up to 50 employees! We’ve also… Read more →

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Exploring Inherent Connections: 5-Minute Interview with Dr. Alexander Jarasch

“When I saw Neo4j the first time, I was overwhelmed by how easy it is to connect different types of data,” said Dr. Alexander Jarasch, Head of Data and Knowledge Management at the German Center for Diabetes Research. Diabetes is… Read more →

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Graph Algorithms in Neo4j: Label Propagation

Graph algorithms provide the means to understand, model and predict complicated dynamics such as the flow of resources or information, the pathways through which contagions or network failures spread, and the influences on and resiliency of groups. This blog series… Read more →

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Mobile Experiences at Scale: 5-Minute Interview with James Gray

“Literally within minutes or seconds, customers generate mobile device audiences at scale,” said James Gray, Director of Product for Big Data at Phunware. Phunware’s mobile applications platform allows some of the biggest brands in the world to deliver great mobile… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – Time Based Graph Versioning, Pearson Coefficient, Neo4j Multi DC, Modeling Provenance

Welcome to This Week in Neo4j, where we round up the last week in the world of graph databases. This week our Chief Scientist Dr Jim Webber describes how to run Neo4j in a Multi Data Center Environment, Max De… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – Graph Layouts with Graph Algorithms and Machine Learning, Graphing the Floodlight Open Project data, Multi-Turn Conversational Voice Experiences with a Knowledge Graph

We’re almost half-way through January, so it must be time for another installment of This Week in Neo4j. It’s been a busy week as the community kicks back into action after the New Year’s hangover. Jennifer Reif is back with… Read more →

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Intelligent Recommendation Engine for Financial Analysts

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Geoffrey Horrell at GraphConnect New York in October 2017. Presentation Summary Thomson Reuters has been collecting data for the last 150 years. It became clear that its financial analysis custers were struggling with… Read more →

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Graph Algorithms in Neo4j: Graph Technology & AI Applications

Graph technologies are the scaffolding for building intelligent applications, enabling more accurate predictions and faster decisions. In fact, graphs are underpinning a wide variety of artificial intelligence (AI) use cases. This blog series is designed to help you better leverage… Read more →

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How to Know What You Know:
5-Minute Interview with Dr. Alessandro Negro, Chief Scientist at GraphAware

“I want to know what I know. That describes what knowledge graphs do for companies,” said Dr. Alessandro Negro, Chief Scientist at GraphAware. In this week’s five-minute interview, we discuss how GraphAware uses natural language processing to help companies gain… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – Learning taxonomies from user tagged data, Hierarchical community detection using Louvain, Case Law Network Graph

Welcome to this week in Neo4j where we round up what’s been happening in the world of graph databases in the last 7 days. This week we have Hierarchical community detection using Louvain and a Case Law Network Graph. We… Read more →

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Why You Should Start Thinking About Your Organization as a Graph

Do you think there is no space for a graph database in your company? Or it would be a huge effort to integrate a graph database into your product? I have to tell you: You can use a graph database… Read more →

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Knowledge Graph Search with Elasticsearch and Neo4j

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Luanne Misquitta and Alessandro Negro at GraphConnect New York in October 2017. Presentation Summary Knowledge graphs are key to delivering relevant search results to users, meeting the four criteria for relevance, which include… Read more →

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Bring Order to Chaos: A Graph-Based Journey from Textual Data to Wisdom

Data is everywhere. News, blog posts, emails, videos and chats are just a few examples of the multiple streams of data we encounter on a daily basis. The majority of these streams contain textual data – written language – containing… Read more →

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GraphConnect 2018 Agenda: Everything You Need to Know

You already know there are many exciting reasons you should attend GraphConnect 2018 – and, of course, we’ve got you properly jazzed on this year’s roster of must-see presenters (including our two most recently announced keynote presenters). But the best… Read more →

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The Top 10 Reasons to Attend GraphConnect 2018 in New York City

Once again, GraphConnect makes its way back to the vibrant island of Manhattan this autumn! Whether you’re new to the world of graph database technology or you’ve been a part of the movement for some time, there’s something new for… Read more →

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Neo4j Launches Commercial Kubernetes Application on Google Cloud Platform Marketplace

On behalf of the Neo4j team, I am happy to announce that today we are introducing the availability of the Neo4j Graph Platform within a commercial Kubernetes application to all users of the Google Cloud Platform Marketplace. This new offering… Read more →

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Knowledge Graphs: The Path to Enterprise AI

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Michael Moore and Omar Azhar at GraphConnect New York in October 2017. Presentation Summary Once your data is connected in a graph, it’s easy to leverage it as a knowledge graph. To create… Read more →

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