Timbr.ai, an Israeli startup, is helping governments and large corporates enhance their existing data management technologies with knowledge graph capabilities. Large tech companies like Google, Amazon, Facebook and LinkedIn, are using knowledge graphs to deliver unique insights from data and turbocharge search, social networking and e-commerce. Knowledge graphs, which apply semantics to give context and relationships to data, providing a framework for data integration, unification, analytics and sharing, also promise to help companies in traditional sectors. They can aid corporates get new insights into their businesses, create new services and improve R&D research. The two-year-old company’s clients include Fortune 500 companies and the Israeli government.
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