Webinar — Online — September 14 | 9AM PDT | 12PM CET | 5PM BST

The Future of Search - is it Natural Language Processing (NLP)?

As digital asset management practitioners and librarians, we spend a lot of time searching for stuff. Yet we don’t always get the results we want. But maybe there is hope on the horizon with the emergence of technologies like Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Artificial Intelligence (AI). So what can we do to prepare for these new approaches to search to ensure that they can be successful?

In this webinar we will cover:

  • Where current search techniques fall short
  • What is Natural Language Processing? (NLP)
  • How can Artificial Intelligence (AI) help search?
  • Do we need a taxonomy or a folksonomy?
  • Engineering the content to support search

A link to the recording will be shared post-webinar with all registrants.

Presented by

Lisa McIntyre, Product Manager

Lisa McIntyre, Product Manager

Lisa McIntyre is a Product Manager at Nuxeo, responsible for guiding the success and strategy for product features and capabilities for Document Asset Management at Nuxeo. With over seventeen years of experience in the advertising industry and over ten in the DAM space, Lisa was first a client, and after a few years, she joined the Nuxeo team as a solution engineer. For two years now, Lisa has been on the product management team.

Alan Porter, Product Marketing Director

Alan Porter, Product Marketing Director

Alan is an industry-leading content strategist and Nuxeo’s Director of Product Marketing. He is the author of “The Content Pool,” and a regular conference speaker, workshop leader, and writer on Content Marketing, Content Strategy, Customer Experience, Brand Management, and Content and Localization Strategy. Named one of the Top 25 Content Strategy Influencers and a Digital Strategy thought leader in 2016 and 2017, Alan is a catalyst for change with a strong track record in developing new ideas, embracing emerging technologies, and introducing operational improvements.

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