Datactics Experiments with Knowledge Graphs

The company aims to show that pairing good quality data with knowledge graphs can lead to links that previously would have been missed.


Belfast-based Datactics is experimenting with knowledge graphs, which are becoming increasingly popular among financial services firms, and could improve a firm’s downstream data analysis, such as for fraud detection. 

It is working on an internal project using datasets from the UK Companies House—which registers company information and makes it available to the public—to illustrate how firms can improve steps after aligning their data, particularly when the quality of information to work with

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