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Automatic Classification: A Panel Discussion
Sunday, 4th January 2009
The goal of automatic classification systems, whether rules-based or Bayesian, is to apply metadata in a way to make user access to content meaningful and scalable. Following their recent presentation on the topic to the International Society for Knowledge Organization UK (ISKO UK), Karen Loasby interviews fellow panelists Silver Oliver and Helen Lippell on the opportunities and challenges presented by automatic classification.
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By Karen Loasby
Karen Loasby is a User Experience and Information Architect at Guardian News and Media in London. She has been at the Guardian since February 2011, having previously worked for RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People) and for the BBC. She writes about information architecture and occasionally her two chickens at www.iaplay.com.
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