We are excited to announce the release of metaphactory 5.2, which comes with several improvements to ontology governance in metaphactory, particularly a new ontology versioning concept and a new editorial workflow. Plus, improved performance and resilience for large-scale vocabularies, further enhancements in LLM configuration and improvements to overall UI/UX. Keep reading!
metaphacts and Ontotext launch new end-user interface on top of the Wikidata Knowledge Graph, supporting the research and academic community
Now, you can interact with the Wikidata Knowledge Graph (Wikidata KG) through a robust new end-user interface built by metaphacts and Ontotext. It delivers enhanced functionality and a more intuitive user experience to help make Wikidata accessible to a wider audience. The new interface leverages metaphactory, metaphacts' FAIR knowledge graph platform, and GraphDB, Ontotext's graph database engine.
We are extremely excited to announce the release of metaphactory 5.1, which comes with improved model governance, as well as multiple improvements to the next-gen search.
metaphactory 5.0 introduces next-generation semantic search & empowers users to enjoy the full range of knowledge discovery
We are extremely excited to announce the release of metaphactory 5.0, which comes with a next-generation semantic search component (next-gen semantic search), multiple improvements to semantic knowledge modeling, and several new features to ease the application-building process.
Graph-Massivizer promotes climate-neutral and sustainable economic sectors boosted by graph data processing
The Graph-Massivizer project consortium is happy to announce the official start of this European initiative, funded by the European Commission under the Horizon Europe research and innovation program. Graph-Massivizer aims at delivering open-source and commercial solutions that drive green digital transformation across use cases in finance, manufacturing, environment protection and exascale computing.