Semaphore Knowledge Modeling with The Accidental Taxonomist

March 28, 2019 - March 29, 2019, Online Webinar

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Taxonomies, ontologies and knowledge models provide enormous value to an organization, but only if they describe the relevant topics, subjects, and concepts that are important to the enterprise. If done right, these vocabularies enable you to make content-intensive business processes more efficient, harmonize structured and unstructured information to drive analytics, and allow knowledge workers to quickly find the information they need to do their jobs.

Why doesn’t everyone have a taxonomy? They take time to build, the language throughout the enterprise is not always consistent and not everyone knows how to get started or understands the value – so they are reluctant to provide the time and resources it takes. Integrating subject matter experts into the process and leveraging best practices can streamline model building and improve adoption throughout the enterprise.

Join James Morris, Senior Information Science Consultant at Smartlogic, and Heather Hedden, Senior Vocabulary Editor at Gale and author of The Accidental Taxonomist for a live conversation on Thursday, March 28th at 12:00 pm Eastern to learn how leveraging Smartlogic’s Semantic AI platform Semaphore and modeling best practices result in knowledge models that support enterprise initiatives.

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