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CCC introduces knowledge graph solution for the life sciences space

CCC, a leader in advancing copyright, accelerating knowledge, and powering innovation, is now offering CCC Expert View, a knowledge graph with robust capabilities to help life science companies identify qualified experts, key opinion leaders, and rising stars

“Knowledge graphs go beyond appealing visualizations, they assign a degree of belief to each assertion in the graph” said Babis Marmanis, executive vice president and CTO, CCC. “When we use large data with AI to support decision making, it is important to understand how confident we are on the inferences that we make. A quantification of uncertainty allows us to proceed with confidence or change our course, as the case may be, and provides us with better ROI.”

As experts in processing data from major publishing houses and metadata aggregators across a diverse set of industries, CCC helps companies manage vast amounts of published content, internal information, and data.

“Leading organizations no longer think of data and data analysis as separate from the core business,” said Tracey Armstrong, president and CEO, CCC. “Innovative business leaders are embracing new ways of understanding data through the use of knowledge graphs to gain valuable insights. This helps them serve their customers by using data to position themselves well ahead of their competition.”

Over 900 life science companies use CCC’s RightFind suite of products to discover and gain insights from scientific content while simplifying copyright compliance.

Stephen Howe, CCC’s Senior Product Manager, Analytics, will present, “Using Knowledge Graphs to Identify Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) and Rising Stars to Give Your Organization a Competitive Edge” at the Bio-IT World Conference & Expo in Boston on 4 May at 11:55 am EDT, Room 201.

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