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[Earley AI Podcast] Episode 23, Andy Fitzgerald

In this episode, our guest is Andy Fitzgerald, Information Architecture & Content Strategy Consultant.





1:40 - Getting from Ph.D. in English and Literature in information architecture and knowledge graphs
9:23 -
14:30 - How can we get search to be like "Google"?
19:00 - The trouble with self-organizing information
20:40 - The KFC debacle in Germany and case for keeping humans in the loop
22:15 - Knowledge graphs and AI
29:35 - Role of linguistics
33:00 - What happens when you don't apply knowledge graphs to AI projects
37:00 - Boutique knowledge graph -
48:00 - Value of smaller scale knowledge graphs and simplicity


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