June 5th - 7th (2 and 1/2 Days)
In Person Only!
Fort Collins, CO
$395 Early Bird Registration available until May 15th!
Calling all thought leaders in data and digital transformation! Participate and share knowledge in the premier “Data Centric Architecture” practitioner event of 2023. Our unique format will encourage interaction, lessons learned, and most importantly the practice of becoming data centric.
This event is for data-centric practitioners. It will include those starting or maturing the process of innovating next generation information and knowledge management architectural practices. Like minded individuals are shaping this movement and co-inventing the future.
The Data-Centric systems that are being implemented today need more architectural support than currently exists. Maybe you have part of the solution, maybe you need parts of the solution. Either way, come to Fort Collins … contribute and learn from each other.
This will be an intimate, interactive 2 ½ days. Focusing on 5 core topics, there will be a mix of speakers, panel discussions, and workshops aimed at developing increased understanding and evolving the solution.
There will be no vendor booths or vendor hall. The vendors will be in the room with the other practitioners, making the sausage. Come to find partners and form alliances. Come to check out what is now possible.
Many of these challenges have already been solved in graph environments. All could be improved and further integrated. The agenda is totally dedicated to upgrading our shared understanding of the state of the art on these ten challenges in the Data-Centric / Knowledge Graph environment. The 5 key focus areas for this year’s conference are:
- Authorization — how to implement fine grained access to different parts of the graph
- AI/ML and Data Science — How to make a Knowledge Graph that benefits Machine Learning and Data Science
- NLP — Utilization of a graph to assist in natural language processing
- Knowledge Graph as an Integration hub — Using a KG to better integrate data from multiple sources
- Upper Ontologies — An examination of existing ontologies, their strengths and weaknesses, and how to bridge between them