In recent years Knowledge Graphs have been used to solve one of the biggest problems not only in machine learning but also in computer science in general: how to represent knowledge.
“Knowledge representation and reasoning is the area of Artificial Intelligence (AI) concerned with how knowledge can be represented symbolically and manipulated in an automated way by reasoning programs. More informally, it is the part of AI that is concerned with thinking, and how thinking contributes to intelligent behavior.” [Brachman and Levesque, 2004]
This aspect is critical since any “agent” — human, animal, electronic, mechanical, to behave intelligently, requires knowledge…
Chief Scientist at GraphAware I Head of Product | Author of the book Graph-Powered Machine Learning (Manning, 2020)