Knowledge Graphs

Wednesday, September 11, 2019 - 11:45 to 12:45
Irene Celino


Taxonomy Extraction for Customer Service Knowledge Base Construction *)

Customer service agents play an important role in bridging the gap between customers’ vocabulary and business terms. In a scenario where organisations are moving into semi-automatic customer service, se- mantic technologies with capacity to bridge this gap become a necessity. In this paper we explore the use of automatic taxonomy extraction from text as a means to reconstruct a customer-agent taxonomic vocabulary.

Accelerating lead times and inventory with Knowledge Graphs at Nokia and RFS

Based on case studies with telecommunication manufacturers and innovators RFS and Nokia, this presentation will show how a knowledge graph based technology supports enterprises to establish transparency for their product and process data without the need of inflexible and expensive master data management or data migration projects. It also shows how sales and product distribution processes get simplified and accelerated, leading to a significant reduction of lead times while increasing inventory turnover.