Remember when you were amazed at how fast a copy machine could reproduce your document in multiple copies including stapling and sorting them? However fast it was, it never seemed to be fast enough as became more acclimated to technology and the instant gratification it can offer. Nothing has really changed except for the tools we want more from. This interesting information came to from Dataconomy in their article, “Why You Should Combine Machine Learning With Knowledge Graphs.”
We expect smart devices and systems to reduce repetitive workloads and enhance our experience in whatever our endeavor du jour happens to be. As a result of our impatience, data scientists and software engineers are applying various machine learning algorithms to increase the impact capabilities. At the same time, they are calling for more transparency about how these cognitive applications actually function.
Melody K. Smith
Sponsored by Access Innovations, the world leader in thesaurus, ontology, and taxonomy creation and metadata application.