Common use cases in the Knowledge Engineering category include:
Find new drugs faster by examining the relationships between diseases, pathways, genes, proteins and drugs to accelerate target identification, drug repurposing and disease gene prioritization.
Identify, assess, control and mitigate business risks (e.g., financial or reputational) by analyzing any and all connections between a business and potential threats, direct or indirect.
Improve the speed and efficiency of supply chains, and alleviate or prevent disruptions, by optimizing the connections between stores, warehouses, factories, suppliers and more.
Create a unified layer that connects all of a business’s data, often sourced from disparate databases, so employees can discover and access knowledge which encompasses the entire business.