With the arrival of semantic web standards and linked data technologies, new options for smarter content management and semantic search have become available. Taxonomies and metadata management shall play a central role in your content management system: By combining text mining algorithms with taxonomies and knowledge graphs from the web a more accurate annotation and categorization of documents and more complex queries over text-oriented repositories like SharePoint, Drupal, or Confluence are now possible.
Nevertheless, the predominant opinion that taxonomy management is a tedious process currently impedes a widespread implementation of professional metadata strategies.
In this webinar, key people from the Semantic Web Company will describe how content management and collaboration systems like SharePoint, Drupal or Confluence can benefit from professional taxonomy management. We will also discuss why taxonomy management is not necessarily a tedious process when well integrated into content management workflows.
In this webinar, you will learn about the following questions and topics:
… how standards like SKOS build the foundation of enterprise taxonomies to be linked with and enriched by additional vocabularies and taxonomies
… how knowledge graphs can be used to build the backbone of metadata services in organizations
… how automatic text mining can be used to create high-quality taxonomies and thesauri
… how automatic tagging can be integrated into existing content workflows of your SharePoint, Drupal or Confluence system
… how schema.org can be seamlessly integrated with SKOS taxonomies for web publishing
… how search-driven applications will become feasible when accurate metadata becomes available
Based on PoolParty Semantic Platform, you will see several live demos of end-user applications based on taxonomies and linked data.
We will showcase PoolParty’s latest release which provides outstanding facilities for professional linked data management, including entity extraction, PowerTagging, corpus analysis, taxonomy, thesaurus and ontology management.