A103 - The nuts and bolts of taxonomies
Taxonomies are only as good as their constituent words, phrases and relationships; and they are only helpful if they are used in the places where organisations will derive the most value from them. These talks show you how to understand and achieve this, by getting into the nuts, bolts and Lego bricks of taxonomies.
Moderator: Patrick Lambe
, Founder - Straits Knowledge, Singapore & Bangkok University
Synonyms, alternate labels, and non-preferred terms
Beyond digital – how Star Wars Lego and thinking big helped build powerful, robust taxonomies
B103 - Tools and platforms for semantics
There is a growing range of tools and platforms which exploit taxonomies for content classification. This session brings together some of the leading-edge practitioners in the field, outlining how their work helps taxonomists, content teams, developers and more to understand and use content more smartly.
How we built a free, open source taxonomy classifier in 10 days
ROI of investing in semantics
Powertagging: improved content discovery through a cycle of semantic enrichment
How SynAPPs uses taxonomy, classification and ontology to enhance enterprise knowledge management