The data.world AI Lab was introduced by data.world, the enterprise data catalogue for the current data stack, marking a first for the data catalogue sector. Customers, partners, and academics work in the data.world AI Lab to use cutting-edge AI technologies to increase the efficiency of data teams through data catalogue integrations. The AI Lab will be headed by Dr. Juan Sequeda, principal scientist at data.world and co-author of the book Designing and Building Enterprise Knowledge Graphs. The initial focus will be on automating data discovery and governance using data.world’s proprietary knowledge graph foundation and AI tools like GPT-3, OpenAI’s large language model (LLM).
“data.world’s AI Lab showcases the power of knowledge graphs and AI tools, especially how they can be used together to improve business outcomes”, “The integration with GPT-3 is just the first example of the many possibilities that lie ahead, and we look forward to continuing to work with our customers to explore new and exciting use cases for knowledge graphs. When we founded data.world, we started with our knowledge graph architecture because we knew it would serve as a foundation for the future of AI. That future is here now.”
Brett Hurt, CEO and co-founder, data.world
data.world client With a connection between its data catalogue and GPT-3, WPP, the firm that specializes in creative transformation, is the first to investigate these new capabilities. WPP is now able to catalogue any kind of resource and offer open APIs that permit integration with those resources thanks to the knowledge graph basis provided by data.world. Additionally, it can make use of strong new features like:
Use case Inspiration: Outlining use cases that specific datasets can be applied to, offering helpful motivation for people attempting to derive insights from their data.
Dataset recommendations: identifying datasets that might be utilised to address certain use cases and making it simpler for data consumers to locate the information they require to advance their businesses.
Enhancing the metadata allows for faster data stewardship for new datasets by providing inferred summaries and inferred tags for the datasets.
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to innovate with data.world”, “By taking full advantage of the knowledge graph capabilities of data.world’s data catalog, we are able to accelerate metadata enrichment and recommend complementary datasets, inspiring the creative uses of data.”
Vip Parmar, global head of data management, WPP
Big Language Models and Knowledge Graphs (LLMs)
Knowledge graphs are used to link and integrate data from various sources and depict a collection of real-world concepts and relationships as a graph. While LLMs are effective on their own, a knowledge graph provides the context and understanding of a particular business that LLMs do not. Since they provide context, enhance accuracy, and boost relevance for outputs from LLMs, like GPT-3, knowledge graphs are fundamental to AI.
The data.world AI Lab is also working with Prologis, the global leader in logistics real estate. “Our business needs to be ready for change during these turbulent times. We need to understand the processes and decisions that drive our business so we can be ready to adapt”, “data.world’s knowledge graph foundation enables us to catalog business processes and decision models and connect them to data in order to achieve business lineage. We will be able to apply graph analytics to find bottlenecks and achieve operational excellence.”
Luke Slotwinski, Vice president, data & analytics, Prologis
“These innovations are a testament to the flexibility and extensibility that our knowledge-graph-powered data catalog enables”, “We are excited to see the impact of our innovation and research with our customer’s data management capabilities.”
Dr. Juan Sequeda, Principal scientist, data.world
Customers and partners who wish to learn more about the possibilities of AI tools and knowledge graphs and how they might be used in their own businesses are welcome to visit data.world’s AI Lab. Data.world continues to take an unbiased stance towards AI tools and acknowledges that Open AI’s GPT-3 is just one generative AI algorithm out of many. Data.world’s AI Lab is described in more detail at data.world/ailab for clients and partners.