4 Reasons to Use Graphs to Optimize Machine Learning Data Engineering

SEAN MARTIN | November 9, 2018

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One of the innate benefits of using a semantic approach to construct a data fabric is the ability to harmonize all data into an enterprise knowledge graph (predicated on business meaning) that's perfect for machine learning data engineering. Traditionally, data preparation was a data science and machine learning bottleneck; it was so time-consuming it limited the impact of this valuable technology.

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