TRACK 2 • Honing the Craft – Monday 14 November
11:45 – 12:00
Taxonomy is essential in organizing information and delivering knowledge. But applying it at scale would be a challenge without automation. Cognitive technology fills this gap by providing the connective tissue that aligns content, metadata, and taxonomy. But the impact of cognitive goes well beyond automation. It transforms a traditionally manual process that is fraught with collaboration difficulties into an efficient, organic workflow that lets taxonomists coordinate their work with subject matter experts and curators to save time and avoid errors. It also supports them throughout the taxonomy lifecycle by constantly learning from content and human feedback to adapt to change and simplify taxonomy creation and maintenance. This session showcases the latest developments in these areas and provides a comprehensive view of the workflow benefits deriving from cognitive.
Presented by: Daniel Mayer