Kùzu: A simple, extremely fast, and embeddable graph database

Semih Salihoglu on creating Kùzu, the state of knowledge graphs, and the graph data landscape.

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Semih Salihoglu  is an Associate Professor at University of Waterloo, and co-creator of Kuzu an open source embeddable property graph database management system. We discuss the appropriateness of Kuzu’s moniker (“DuckDB for graphs”), their recently launched startup,  trends in graph databases and graph data science, and the potential role of graphs in Generative AI.

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