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How Graph Technology is Changing Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning @ Neo4j GraphConnect 2018
Graph enhancements to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are changing the landscape of intelligent applications. Beyond improving accuracy and modeling speed, graph technologies make building AI solutions more accessible. Join us to hear about 6 areas at the forefront of graph enhanced AI and ML, and find out which techniques are commonly used today and which hold the potential for disrupting industries.
12 hours ago by researchknowledge
Introduction to Neo4j Online Course - Neo4j Graph Database Platform
Learn about Graph Databases, Neo4j and Cypher – the Graph Query Language
databases  study 
15 hours ago by researchknowledge
Running Neo4j on Google Cloud – neo4j – Medium
Recently, Neo4j made available VM-based images for running both community and enterprise in Google Cloud. Before this, plenty of people were already doing it, but generally had to roll their own and figure out how to do the cloud-specific configuration bits themselves. With these new GCP images though, the process just got a lot easier.
15 hours ago by researchknowledge
Graph Databases for Beginners: The Basics of Data Modeling
In this Graph Databases for Beginners blog series, I’ll take you through the basics of graph technology assuming you have little (or no) background in the space. In past weeks, we’ve covered why graph technology is the future and why connected data matters.
15 hours ago by researchknowledge
PostgreSQL vs. MySQL
In this post, we'll see how PostgreSQL stacks against MySQL. We’ll compare the key technical differences between PostgreSQL and MySQL: indexes, queries, performance, replication and clustering - everything you need to know about the differences between PostgreSQL and MySQL.
15 hours ago by researchknowledge
What's the Difference between a Graph Database and a Relational Database? | Database.Guide
Most graph databases use a different architecture to relational databases, so this opens the model up to a lot of differences. The graph model tends to be more flexible than the relational model.
databases  PolymathsPrototypes  PolymathsTechDev 
16 hours ago by researchknowledge
PostgreSQL 11 Reestablishes Window Functions Leadership
PostgreSQL 11 offers the best OVER clause support among its competitors, true procedures, and improvements in FETCH FIRST and XML.
postgresql  postgres  databases  postgressql-11  whatsnew 
6 days ago by newtonapple

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