Mike Dillinger on “Validating Knowledge Graph Quality”. The speaker described himself as a “free-range knowledge scientist” with experience as an epistemologist, analytical linguist, cognitive psychologist, AI technologist, and former technical lead for knowledge graphs at LinkedIn.
Stuart Jennings on “Graph Projects at the BBC”. The speaker has one of those charming CVs you only seem to find in Europe. He studied Classical Archaeology and Ancient History at Oxford and UCL, interned at the Royal Museums Greenwich, switched to software development, and is now a Lead Data Scientist at the BBC. The company has been involved with the Semantic Web since the early 2000s. Their editorial tone tagging in program metadata reminded me of NovelList’s appeal terms.