Monthly Archives: February 2018

Making true connections in a complex world – Graph database technology and Linked Open Data

Conrad Taylor writes: The first NetIKX meeting of 2018, on 25 January, looked at new technologies and approaches to managing data and information, escaping the limitations of flat-file and relational databases. Dion Lindsay introduced the concepts behind ‘graph databases’, and … Continue reading

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2018 Programme

The remainder of the 2018 programme is as follows Fake News / Post-truth (May) AI / Machine Learning (Ethics) (July) Ontology (September) Network Science (December) We also plan to hold our first meeting outside London. While still in the planning … Continue reading

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Next meeting: Working in Complexity – SenseMaker, Decisions and Cynefin – Wednesday 7 March 2018

The next meeting of 2018 is on Wednesday 7 March: Working in Complexity The speaker will be Tony Quinlan. To register, follow the link above. A pdf giving detail of the meeting is available at Working in Complexity 7 March 2018  

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The Future of Work for Information and Knowledge Professionals

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of NetIKX, the November 2017 meeting was opened free of charge to people from related knowledge and information management organisations. It featured two speakers, Peter Thomson and Stuart Ward, and an extended panel session with questions … Continue reading

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