Knowledge Graphs (KG) allow for representing inter-connected facts or statements annotated with semantics. In KGs, concepts and entities are typically modeled as nodes while their connections are modeled as directed and labeled edges, creating a graph.

In recent years, KGs have become core components of modern data ecosystems. KGs, as building blocks of many Artificial Intelligence approaches, allow for harnessing and uncovering patterns from the data. Currently, KGs are used in the data-driven business processes of multinational companies like Google, Microsoft, IBM, eBay, and Facebook. Furthermore, thousands of KGs are openly available on the web following the Linked Data principles.
Semester: SoSe 2024