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[Earley AI Podcast] Episode 13, Stephanie Lemieux

In this episode, Seth and Chris talk with Stephanie Lemieux, President of Dovecot Studio about the nuts and bolts of taxonomy and information architecture.





1:42 - Stephanie Lemieux background & Relationship with IA & Taxonomy

7:30 - Complexities & Foundational Problems

15:05 - Graph data and knowledge graphing

22:15 - Dynamic roles within an organization

37:27 - Leveraging weak signals and solutions

48:48 -What's the "excuse case"

50:59 - Value difference between large global and integrated organizations vs. a focused and niche organization

53:35 - Opinion on finding talent


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