GraphPath was founded to democratize the creation, collaboration and management of large-scale Knowledge Graphs through its Knowledge Graph-as-a-Service technology framework and tools, which was publicly announced on August 2017.
GraphPath is now taking its vision one step further by creating GraphOS, the world’s first decentralized operating system for Knowledge Graphs on the blockchain, that will be enabled by the GraphOS Protocol. GraphOS will facilitate the creation, collaboration and sharing of Knowledge Assets (KAs) among network participants and seamlessly integrate Knowledge Graphs in a safe, secure and transparent manner.
The PROTOCOL & Network
GraphOS, the world’s first operating system for Knowledge Graphs on the blockchain, will be architected and built from the ground up in partnership with members of the GraphOS Consortium in order to leverage the latest blockchain protocols, security standards, graph computing innovations, and AI techniques.
GraphPath will take the initial lead in its architecture and development, to ensure that it delivers on its vision and gains traction, but it will also work to add strategic partners that can complement the vision, resources and skill- sets.
In a Knowledge Graph, the data is semantically linked and defined through ontologies, thereby encoding the meaning of the data alongside the data itself. Like a map of the real world, an ontology helps us understand the full picture of the domain that the data belongs to.
Once the data is semantically organized and stored, which may include a graph database, a Knowledge Graph applies a reasoner or an inference engine over the ontology, which is essentially a set of logical rules (i.e. if-then statements) that result in the creation of new knowledge, thereby expanding the Knowledge Graph continuously as new data is ingested into the graph.
Most modern Knowledge Graphs also have robust AI and machine learning systems tightly integrated into them, which dramatically expand their ability to generate new knowledge from the original data, as well as from new data that may be ingested into the graph.
Through the GraphOS Consortium, a group of leading executives, startups and enterprises from around world will be developing a collaborative framework for defining, among other things, the technical aspects, industry/topic ontologies, network policies, rewards/incentives and data governance for the GraphOS Protocol.
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