KGC20 Talk: Why Semantic Objects Please App Devs with GraphQL and Facilitate Quality Knowledge Graphs

This talk was presented by Vassil Momtchev, CTO at Ontotext, at the Knowledge Graph Conference in May 2020.

Vassil Momtchev, CTO at Ontotext,  talks about Semantic Objects (SOML) and how they are used to generate GraphQL schema and RDF shapes and to determine access control without application server/API development efforts. We can also generate SOML from OWL ontologies and RDFS schema.

The result is a platform that combines the comprehension of SPARQL engine with the scalability of MongoDB and search capabilities of Elastic and provides GraphQL interfaces that allow federation of 3rd party (non-semantic) sources.

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