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Threat analysis: Are knowledge graphs coming for your job?

Scoping a knowledge graph project for the first time is more than figuring out the technical components and making a TODO list of your deliverables. You’re actually most interested in how implementing this new technology, which leverages a web of connections between unstructured data instead of strictly-defined tables, provides business value to your organization. But Read the full article…

Fortifying your team against ‘data fatigue’ with knowledge graphs

It’s not just data analysts in trouble—all our knowledge workers, from engineers to marketers to designers and beyond, are overwhelmed by the sheer volume of data they’re asked to understand. The core problem isn’t that these people aren’t capable, but rather they have no practical way of keeping up with the task of connecting and Read the full article…

December 22, 2022

Ben Nussbaum

The Cat and Mouse Game in Tax Filings

The United States Tax Code has either been revised or amended over 4,000 times in the last decade alone, according to an estimate from eFile. Some multinational corporations, wealthy filers, and their advisors take advantage of the movements to shield – in some cases aggressively – taxable income from regulators. They’re banking that overworked staff Read the full article…