Emil Eifrem

Emil Eifrem is CEO and co-founder of Neo4j. Emil famously sketched out what today is known as the property graph model on a flight to Mumbai in 2000. Since then Emil has devoted his professional life to building and evangelising graph databases. He is a frequent conference speaker and a well-known author and blogger on NoSQL and graph databases, as well as co-author of the agreed Bible on graph databases, O’Reilly’s Graph Databases

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We hear a lot about AI getting more powerful. And it’s true that AI is getting better, but it’s still very domain-specific and actually quite brittle. There are lots of ways where graph databases can start speeding AI work up not by throwing more compute power at the problem, but throwing the right compute power at it.

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