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Innovations in Knowledge Organisation Conference (IKO)*
Jul 20, 2016 - Jul 22, 2016 , Singapore

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The annual Innovations in Knowledge Organisation Conference (IKO) is organized by three thought leaders in the field of knowledge organisation: Dave Clarke (Synaptica), Patrick Lambe (Straits Knowledge) and Maish Nichani (PebbleRoad).

This is an exciting time in the field of knowledge organisation. We are seeing a convergence between the application of

  • Open Standards
  • Maturing Technologies
  • Innovative System Architectures
  • Professional Services Methodologies

Expect case studies, tutorials, panel discussions, and hands-on learning, to bring the latest in knowledge organisation innovations to Asia.

Conference topics will cover

  • Taxonomies and information architecture
  • Taxonomy-enhanced search
  • The role of taxonomy standards in innovative taxonomy solutions
  • Open source search innovations
  • Taskonomies and information organisation to support work
  • Enterprise content management
  • Autoclassification and text analytics
  • Linked data and semantic web
  • Innovative use of ontologies and structured knowledgebases
  • Knowledge graphs, graph search and graph databases
  • Data wrangling, big data and data analytics
  • Search based applications
  • Internet of Things

Tags: big data, classification, content management, information organization, knowledge bases, knowledge organization, linked data, open-source search, PebbleRoad, semantic web, Straits Knowledge, Synaptica, taskonomies, taxonomies, text analytics

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* This is a recurring conference
** This recurring conference is discontinued

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