Day Two focus - Taxonomy Boot Camp London

11 September 2017

Essential taxonomy tips, latest applications, and new approaches to issues like governance and getting your boss to buy into your project are in sharp focus on Day Two of Taxonomy Boot Camp in London next month.

Keynote - AI vs automation: the newest technologies for automatic tagging
Joseph Busch cuts through the hype around artificial intelligence, to show how taxonomists and info pros can take advantage of the opportunities these technologies bring. Joseph A. Busch, Founder & Principal, Taxonomy Strategies, USA

Developing your career as a taxonomist - Understand how to profile your role, and to identify your strengths and areas for development. 

Collaborative working for website navigation projects – Successful taxonomy projects engage colleagues and users alike. Hear what GOV.UK and LSE are doing.

Taxonomy-driven applications – Four different perspectives of designing taxonomy-driven systems.

Semantic models in action – how ontologies and taxonomies are becoming indispensable tools for anyone trying to understand their data.

Taxonomy evaluation and maintenance – how automatic indexing and classification help organisations to improve taxonomy quality and tagging, plus taxonomy maintenance.

Cutting-edge taxonomy applications for content systems - highly experienced technologists show how they are using taxonomies in innovative ways to create better digital content delivery.

Governance and stakeholder engagement – taxonomy governance and maintenance can get neglected over time. Learn how to ensure your taxonomies remain relevant.

Knowledge graphs and ontologies - transform your content silos into resilient, connected and valuable content networks.

Taxonomy Boot Camp London takes place on 17 & 18 October at Olympia London. Early bird discount expires this week, Friday 15 September.

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