Kurt Cagle Tech Expert

Kurt is the founder and CEO of Semantical, LLC, a consulting company focusing on enterprise data hubs, metadata management, semantics, and NoSQL systems. He has developed large scale information and data governance strategies for Fortune 500 companies in the health care/insurance sector, media and entertainment, publishing, financial services and logistics arenas, as well as for government agencies in the defense and insurance sector (including the Affordable Care Act). Kurt holds a Bachelor of Science in Physics from the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign. 

 
Network Graph Visualizations with DOT

Network Graph Visualizations with DOT

Network graphs play a large part in both computing and data science, and they are essential for working with (and visualizing) both semantic graphs and property graphs.

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Digital Twin, Virtual Manufacturing, and the Coming Diamond Age

Digital Twin, Virtual Manufacturing, and the Coming Diamond Age

If you have ever had a book self-published through Amazon or similar fulfillment houses, chances are good that the physical book did not exist prior to the order being placed.

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Is It Time To Get Rid Of Ontologists?

Is It Time To Get Rid Of Ontologists?

Every so often as a writer, you come to the realization that the article that you're working on is going to piss a lot of people off, including friends and colleagues.

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Nine Ways To Use A Knowledge Graph

Nine Ways To Use A Knowledge Graph

If you are a data science type of person, knowledge graphs are really cool.

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Innovation, Jobs, and Demographics

Innovation, Jobs, and Demographics

Recently, a friend of mine, analyst Syed Muhammad Osama Rizvi, wrote a fascinating article in the Pakistan-based Express Tribune (with Linked In commentary here) about the nature of innovation and its role in the shift of America from a barely subsistent agrarian country into one of the most powerful countries on earth. Overall, I'm in agreement with his assessment, but I also think that there's more to the story.

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