How does Knowledge Graphs fit within our need to communicate in new, visually exciting ways?
Let me provide a short narrative to give this a meaning and why it is becoming so important
Today we deliver content- It has become far too easy. We are drowning in it on a daily basis. We all suffer a massive deluge of digital input. Content can’t stand alone.
- What we need is context to anchor content and give it meaning………..that’s our necessary starting point.
Context shifts everything, it gives it shape, a structure to draw (deeper) meaning from. We learn to know, to integrate, to remember, to understand and to act.
Of course, context is going to be fluid as it builds out its related content.
Having content and context is complementary, interconnected, and interdependent, they interrelate to one another, as we gain more insights we can potentially build a greater understanding. We improve our knowledge.
It is going to be needed to be adaptive as we learn but it will be placed in ‘certain bounds’. If we start from a much clearer starting base then the learning and discovery allow people to want to find solutions as they gain increased knowledge and provide fresh inputs, they begin to strongly relate. We pass through memory understanding. Continue reading