Semantic Technology: FIBO Tutorial on Applying Knowledge

Graphs in the Financial Industry

Event: October 10-11, Chicago (It conjunction with the Data Architecture Summit) Content: 12 hours
 

The semantic technologies that are enabling key risk management and regulatory initiatives in financial services are poised to influence other industries and government as well. This tutorial will explain how semantic technologies work and provide a working knowledge of how to harness the power of FIBO and knowledge graphs to shape the future of your organization. Topics include:
 

  1. Ontology Rationale –using ontologies and standards to address data incongruence
  2. Knowledge Graph Primer – understanding the core technical concepts needed for model-driven architecture (RDF, RDFS, SKOS, OWL) and query using SPARQL
  3. FIBO – leveraging the structure and content of the Financial Industry Business Ontology
  4. Collaboration using the FIBO Ecosystem – GitHub, JIRA, Jenkins and the FIBO Wiki system

 

 

The Financial Industry Business Ontologies (FIBO)
Conference is conducted in partnership with the
Enterprise Data Management Council (EDM Council).

Learn more: http://www.edmcouncil.org/



DATE + TIME SESSIONS SPEAKERS
Session
Wednesday
08:30 AM - 04:15 PM
Session
Applying FIBO and Knowledge Graphs in the Financial Industry - Day 1
Speakers
Michael Atkin, EDM Council
Dean Allemang, Working Ontologist, LLC
Dennis Wisnosky, EDM Council
Jacobus Geluk, EDM Council
Session
Thursday
08:30 AM - 04:15 PM
Session
Applying FIBO and Knowledge Graphs in the Financial Industry - Day 2
Speakers
Michael Atkin, EDM Council
Dean Allemang, Working Ontologist, LLC
Dennis Wisnosky, EDM Council
Jacobus Geluk, EDM Council