The Synaptica team regularly attend a diverse range of events, talks and seminars including Dublin Core, KMWorld, Washington and Taxonomy Boot Camp, London. The team also attend events organized by SLA, ISKO, NetIKX, CILIP. A selection of our event activity can be found below including recent presentations, talks, and digests.
Dublin Core Conference, Porto, Portugal
September 10 -13, 2018 – Porto, Portugal. LOD-KOS: A Framework for Private Enterprise Data as well as Public Open Data Linked Data and IIIF: Dave Clarke gave a special presentation as part of the conference programme. The presentation is available here. Further information and the full programme is available via the DCMI Conference website.
Making true connections in a complex world: new technologies to link facts, concepts and data
NetIKX, London January 2018
At this meeting new approaches to Linked Data and Graph Technology were presented and discussed. Dion Lindsay introduced the New Graph Technology of Information and our CEO David Clarke discussed Building Rich Search and Discovery User Experiences with Linked Open Data. A report will be available from the NetIKX blog shortly. Visit the NetIKX website for further information on this organisation.
KM World 2017
KMWorld 2017 took place 6-9 November in Washington D.C. Below are shortcut links to download our presentations from the Info Today website:
Text Analytics for Non-Experts
Auto Categorization by Taxonomy: Pros, Cons & Pragmatics
Other event presentations and highlights include:
PNC Annual Conference and Joint Meetings
November 7-9, 2017 – Tainin, Taiwan. Linked Data and IIIF: Integrating Taxonomy Management with Image Annotation given by Gene Loh, Synaptica LLC. Further information is available via the PNC website.
October 22 2017 Chennai, India. Synaptica’s partner company Scope eKnowledge offered a session on their ASTM project including how they use Synaptica KMS. Dave Clarke, CEO of Synaptica LLC led a session on “Developing a KO Community Response to Post-Truth Issues. For the full programme view the IKO website.