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Michiel Hildebrand is a knowledge scientist at Spinque. His mission is to empower organizations to design effective search-based applications over knowledge graphs. At Spinque he is responsible for unleashing the power of the company’s unique probabilistic graph database by putting it in the hands of domain and information specialists. Michiel received his PhD from University of Amsterdam in 2010 for his research on access to Linked Data. He worked as a researcher at VU University Amsterdam and CWI before joining Spinque in 2014.
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July 7th, 2022 – Thursday
Tech Focus "Enterprise Software"
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