The Practices of Working Ontologists
Join host Mike Doane
of [A] and our panel of content taxonomy experts for a deep dive into how organizations across industries can implement ontology in their daily practices. Discover the definition of working in content ontology, and explore the skills needed by new graduates in order to carve out a career in content taxonomy.
In this Content Order Roundtable, see how practitioners are utilizing ontologies and hear some speculation from our panelists about the future of ontology work.
Core Discussion Topics
- The roles and responsibilities of ontologists
- Framework view of ontologies inside the organization
- How to use ontologies to build customer experience
- The use of ontologies for product development
- Data visualization and techniques used in ontology work
- Next evolutions of Content Architecture
- Career guidance in working with content taxonomy
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- CTO and Co-Founder of data.world
- Senior Manager of Ontology at Electronic Arts (EA)
- Content Architect Strategist at Intuit
- Manager, Enterprise Information Architecture at Starbucks Coffee
- Semantics Practice Lead at [A]
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