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Dr Deborah Lee
Classification enthusiast; PhD in LIS (KO & music); Senior cataloguer; liable to get excited when face-to-face with (old) classification schemes
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Dr Deborah Lee Aug 15
Might be of interest to , especially anyone thinking about working in open access, scholarly comms, research support librarianship, any form of academic liaison work .... and probably every other type of work too :)
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Aida Slavic Aug 15
Slides and posters from ISKO UK 2019 Conference “Creativity, ethics and AI in knowledge organization” (London, 15-16 July) are available at . Proceedings of the conference are published by Ergon .
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Dr Deborah Lee Aug 13
Replying to @LudiPrice @ISKOUK
Well done :) . Very well deserved. Your article is great!
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Dr Deborah Lee Aug 13
For . Ethics of KO from . Transforming ethical kos updates to applied ethics.
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Dr Deborah Lee Aug 3
No! thank you :) I would love to hear more ...
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Dr Deborah Lee Jul 29
Might be of interest to current students and alumni
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Dr Karen F. Pierce Jul 24
Always looking for people to write for us, do consider contributing. The next issue is about cataloguing/metadata/classification training and outreach - get in touch!
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Dr Deborah Lee Jul 21
Oh wow, I definitely want to read this (for my research on metadata and performance, and will be so useful for io reading list too as so much about lrm)
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lyn robinson Jul 19
We were delighted to invite SMCSE Dean to our end-of-term research meeting today!
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Dr Deborah Lee Jul 16
. discussing multimedia knowledge organisation and machine learning for multimedia IR (including music!)
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ISKO UK Jul 16
AI, Augmentation and automation Neil Maiden suggests greater clarity of terms and the recognition that AI does not have to mean automation
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ISKO UK Jul 16
In an AI supported World, where do the opportunities lie for Knowledge Organization with a fantastic panel of practitioners, academics and thinkers @
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Dr Deborah Lee Jul 16
. talking about technique of topic modelling, especially in the context of the conference theme of the human/AI interface.
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Dr Deborah Lee Jul 16
. discusses the different layers of risk, and presents this data graph of his risk ontology.
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Dr Deborah Lee Jul 16
. asks, how do we *count* risk? Research project includes building an ontology.
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Dr Deborah Lee Jul 16
Next up, talking about the ontology of risk at
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CMP Content Services Jul 15
The concept of privacy is fluid - traditionally have privileged representation of content over context
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Dr Deborah Lee Jul 15
Drahomira Cupar at : 4 main approaches to studying ethics in subject analysis
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Dr Deborah Lee Jul 15
Replying to @DebbieLeeCat
And again,
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Dr Deborah Lee Jul 15
Drahomira Cupar on the issue of subject knowledge, giving a quote by Intner about not possible to do subject analysis unless you have specialist subject knowledge of that subject.<— Personally, I don’t agree with that sentiment, something I talk about a bit when discussing music!
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