Buchtitel: Knowledge Management in Digital Change
Erscheinungsort / Ort: Cham
Semantic technologies are a key enabler for Knowledge 4.0. Specifically, knowledge graphs have caused significant practical implications for managing knowledge in the digital economy. While most semantic technologies originate from the vision of representing the existing Web in a machine-processable format, it’s most notable success so far are large cross-domain knowledge graphs. They are created by collaborative human modelling and linking of structured and semi-structured data. So far, they exhibit only little but still very powerful semantics, which have shown benefits for numerous applications. This chapter introduces the latest innovations in modelling knowledge using knowledge graphs and explains how those knowledge graphs enable value creation by making unstructured content, like text documents accessible by machines and humans. Finally, we show how semantic technologies help to make hard- and software components in cyber physical systems interoperable.
DOI Link: 10.1007/978-3-319-73546-7_2