A collection of published work across various outlets and periods. I write about the intersection of Technology, Data, Software, Innovation, and Society.
Topics include AI, Knowledge Graphs, Analytics, Algorithms, the Commons, Environment and Sustainability, Blockchain and DLT, Decentralization, Future of Work, Science, Emerging Tech, and more.
|Make software great again: can open source be ethical and fair?|
Is there a way to go beyond open source, and have ethical, fair software in a cloud-first world? This is what some people in the open source community think.
|Amazon and commercial open source in the cloud: It’s complicated|
What do the data tell us about the relationship between cloud vendors -- specifically, Amazon and commercial open source vendors?
|Graphs in the 2020s: Databases, Platforms, and the evolution of Knowledge. The Year of the Graph Newsletter, February / January 2020|
Graphs, and knowledge graphs, are key concepts and technologies for the 2020s. What will they look like, and what will they enable going forward?
|Knowledge graph evolution: Platforms that speak your language|
Knowledge graphs are among the most important technologies for the 2020s. Here is how they are evolving, with vendors and standard bodies listening, and platforms becoming fluent in many query languages
|5 technology trends for the roaring 20s, part 2: AI, Knowledge Graphs, infinity and beyond|
You don't have to be a fortune teller to identify AI as the key trend for the 2020s. But there is nuance regarding AI hardware and software that deserves to be highlighted.
|Semantics and virtualization, data integration and data governance on the way to the cloud|
|K is for Knowledge: Application and data integration for better business, using metadata and knowledge graphs|
Being disrupted by Big Tech is one of the greatest concerns for any business. Good news: There may be a path to accelerate digital transformation and out-compete Big Tech, by leveraging domain knowledge.
|Want to discover the knowledge graphs in your enterprise data? Siren just secured $10 Million to help do that|
Siren promises the benefits of knowledge graphs, without the hassle of reinventing your existing data management and infrastructure
|The O word: do you really need an ontology? The Year of the Graph Newsletter: November / October 2019|
How do you manage your enterprise data in order to keep track of it and be able to build and operate useful applications? This is key question all data managements systems are trying to address, and knowledge graphs, graph databases and graph analytics are no different.
|Graph for the mass market: Neo4j launches Aura on Google Cloud|
Neo4j just launched its cloud offering, which it says will make graph mainstream. We discuss the offering with CEO Emil Eifrem, and take a look at where the graph market is right now.