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Natural Language Processing and Taxonomy Design

Natural Language Processing (NLP) is a branch of artificial intelligence (AI) that processes and analyzes human language found in text. Some of the exciting capabilities that NLP offers includes parsing out the significant entities in content through a statistical analysis … Continue reading »

Give the People What They Want – An Approach to Thoughtful KM Technology

Presented by Todd Fahlberg, Knowledge Management Consultant, on May 19, 2020. Implementing a meaningful Knowledge Management technology brings many levels of challenges, even in the most innovative, user-centric organizations. In this session, Todd Fahlberg shares proven practices on how to … Continue reading »

Building a Semantic Enterprise Architecture

The EK Difference Using a hybrid analysis approach, consisting of a combination of user-driven research (facilitated workshops, focus groups, and interviews) and technology-driven research (in-depth analysis of the existing technology), EK captured the current Enterprise Architecture using our Semantic Enterprise … Continue reading »

Enterprise AI Trends in 2020

Enterprise Artificial Intelligence (AI) entails leveraging machine capabilities to discover and deliver organizational knowledge and information in a way that closely aligns with how users look for and process information. The number of Enterprise AI applications is rapidly growing. Previously, … Continue reading »

Structuring Unstructured Content: The Power of Knowledge Graphs and Content Deconstruction

Unstructured content is ubiquitous in today’s business environment. In fact, the IDC estimates that 80% of the world’s data will be unstructured by 2025, with many organizations already at that volume. Every organization possesses libraries, shared drives, and content management … Continue reading »

Project and Expert Finder

The Challenge A federally funded engineering research center has an extensive “project library” where technical documents, certifications, and reports related to various engineering projects are stored. Many of these documents are often scanned versions of handwritten notes or files and, … Continue reading »