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Open knowledge network roadmap: Powering the next data revolution

September 1, 2022

Open access to shared information is essential for the development and evolution of artificial intelligence (AI) and AI-powered solutions needed to address the complex challenges facing the nation and the world. The Open Knowledge Network (OKN), an interconnected network of knowledge graphs, would provide an essential public-data infrastructure for enabling an AI-driven future. It would facilitate the integration of diverse data needed to develop solutions to drive continued strong economic growth, expand opportunities, and address complex problems from climate change to social equity. The OKN Roadmap describes the key characteristics of the OKN and essential considerations in taking the effort forward in an effective and sustainable manner.

Publication Year 2022
Title Open knowledge network roadmap: Powering the next data revolution
Authors Chaitan Baru, Martin Halbert, Lara Campbell, Tess DeBlanc-Knowles, Jemin George, Wo Chang, Adam Pah, Douglas Maughan, Ilya Zaslavsky, Amanda Stathopoulos, Ellie Young, Kat Albrecht, Amit Sheth, Emanuel Sallinger, Katerine Osatuke, Angela Rizk-Jackson, Eric Jahn, Kenneth Berkowitz, Bandana Kar, Erica Smith, Krzystof Janowicz, Brian Handspicker, Esther Jackson, Lauren Sanders, Chengkai Li, Florence Hudson, Lilit Yeghiazarian, Cogan Shimizu, Glenn Ricart, Louiqa Raschid, Dalia E. Varanka, Greg Seaton, Luis Amaral, Oktie Hassanzadeh, Silviu Cucerzan, Matt Bishop, Ora Lassila, Sharat Israni, Matthew Lange, Pascal Hitzler, Ryan McGranaghan, Michael Cafarella, Paul Wormeli, Todd Bacastow, Sam Klein, Murat Omay, Sergio Baranzini, Ying Ding, Nariman Ammar
Publication Type Report
Publication Subtype Other Government Series
Index ID 70252067
Record Source USGS Publications Warehouse
USGS Organization Center for Geospatial Information Science (CEGIS)