Conference Program

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Exploring the Rapidly Changing Landscape of Search & Discovery

Enterprise Search & Discovery 2023 offers attendees three days of practical advice, thought leadership, and interaction with colleagues and peers. Discover how to design, build, and manage better search and discovery to help extract critical knowledge and business value from your organizational data. 

Exciting developments are radically transforming enterprise search and leading to exhilarating approaches to knowledge discovery. We’re saying goodbye to search based on keywords and welcoming AI-based alternatives, sometimes combining older and newer technologies for the best results. Generative AI, machine learning, knowledge graphs, semantic and contextual query understanding, data security, techniques to boost relevancy, customized apps, and conversational AI have caught the attention of developers and non-technical people alike. At this, the 20th year of Enterprise Search & Discovery, we’ll examine the challenges and glories of new technologies and apply them to real world situations.

The recognition of the importance of search and its impact on the future of the enterprise and its employees cannot be downplayed. Discovering knowledge necessary to work smarter and faster comes down to findability and relevance. Not only do people need correct answers to their questions, they need them quickly. Hybrid work environments result in altered workflows so that enhanced search and discovery technologies become imperative. Aligning technology with user needs and behaviors puts people at the center of search.

Enterprise Search & Discovery will explore how to approach the rapidly changing landscape of search and discovery — from the technical aspects as well as the business implications of successful deployments. Be "wow"-ed by our speakers as they share their insights into designing enterprise search and discovery to empower business operations, enhance user experience, and allow workplace innovation to occur. Sessions are a mix of formal presentations, case studies, and interactive panel participation. 


Monday, Nov 6

Optional Workshops/Conference Day


Optional Pre-Conference Workshops/Conference Day

09:00 AM2023-11-062023-11-06

Monday, November 6: 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Upgrade to a Platinum Pass for your choice of two preconference workshops or access to Taxonomy Boot Camp, a co-located event with Enterprise Search & Discovery 2023. Workshops are also separately priced.


Enterprise Solutions Showcase Grand Opening Reception

05:00 PM2023-11-062023-11-06

Monday, November 6: 5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Join us for the Enterprise Solutions Showcase Grand Opening reception. Explore the latest products and services from the top companies in the marketplace while enjoying drinks and light bites. Open to all conference attendees, speakers, and sponsors.

Tuesday, Nov 7



Welcome & Opening Keynote: Tech-Driven Enterprise Thrills & Chills: The Future of Work

08:30 AM2023-11-072023-11-07

Tuesday, November 7: 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

In today's fast-paced and data-driven business environment, disruptive and innovative technologies like generative AI, automation, and machine learning are playing a crucial role in accelerating digital transformation across all industries. They are changing the way organizations innovate, operate, and work. With proof points like ChatGPT, generative AI will soon enough have a significant competitive impact on revenue as well as the bottom line. With the power of AI that can help people broadly synthesize knowledge, then rapidly use it to create results, businesses can automate complex tasks, accelerate decision making, create high-value insights, and unlock capabilities at scale that were previously impossible to obtain. Most industry research agrees with this, including one major study that recently determined that businesses in countries that widely adopt AI are expected to increase their GDP by 26% by 2035. Moreover, the same study predicts that the global economy will benefit by a staggering $15.7 trillion in both revenue and savings by 2030 thanks to the transformative power of AI. As a knowledge worker and KM leader, embracing generative AI technology can deliver a wide range of new possibilities for an organization, helping it ,to stay competitive in an ever-changing marketplace while achieving greater efficiency, innovation, and growth. Hear what CEOs are saying and get our experienced analyst’s insights on delivering the value of generative AI in the enterprise while navigating the challenges.


, VP & Principal Analyst, Constellation Research and Co-Author, Social Business by Design


Keynote: Breakthrough Moments in Enterprise Taxonomy Management

09:30 AM2023-11-072023-11-07

Tuesday, November 7: 9:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.

Taxonomies have evolved enormously over the past couple of decades, as have the methodologies and best practices for curating taxonomies and deploying them within the enterprise. Our speaker and his team help people organize, categorize, and discover enterprise knowledge. Clarke reviews some of the major challenges that Fortune 500 companies have had over recent years, along with the breakthrough moments with co-designed solutions using now out-of-the-box tools that any taxonomy practitioner can benefit from. The use-cases include challenges of complexity, such as the evolution from term-based thesauri to logic-bearing ontologies, and challenges of scale, such as developing high-performance search and APIs for taxonomies with tens of millions of entities. Clarke also looks at breakthroughs in autocategorization resulting from the challenges of transparency and explainability, as well as the impact that large language models are beginning to have on enterprise language models. When Synaptica started building taxonomies and taxonomy software, the only use case for them was to improve metadata quality and consequently search precision and recall. This use case remains a compelling ROI for building enterprise taxonomies, but today, the highly evolved state of taxonomies also supports totally new use cases that provide additional ROI, such as the automation of business processes and decision making, chat-based search, and the generation of new knowledge by inferencing over content-aware knowledge graphs.


, Founder, Synaptica LLC, USA


Keynote Coming Soon

09:45 AM2023-11-072023-11-07

Tuesday, November 7: 9:45 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

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Keynote: ChatGPT & Generative AI

10:00 AM2023-11-072023-11-07

Tuesday, November 7: 10:00 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.

While generative AI has been around for some time, it has gone mainstream thanks to the hyper-successful launch of ChatGPT. If you manage contact center/customer service operations or you are in charge of transforming customer experience (CX), agent experience (AX), or employee experience (EX), do you wonder what you need to know about and do with generative AI so you can get ahead of your peers in leveraging this disruptive innovation? The next generation of knowledge, infused with AI and informed by analytic insights, all unified and orchestrated in a hub, may be the answer. Many organizations are already doing it and getting stunning business value with the hub. Learn more from our experienced speaker.


, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, eGain

Tuesday, Nov 7



Revisiting an Eternal Question: How Good Is My Search?

11:00 AM2023-11-072023-11-07

Tuesday, November 7: 11:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.

Managers of search solutions have to grapple with a lot of issues—including determining the quality of the search experience of their users. A seasoned search manager himself, Romero explains the evolution of how Deloitte has approached this problem and how his search team determines which problems require their attention. The session ultimately leads to a proposal for an industry standard way to assess the quality of a whole search solution that could enable more transparency and openness across organizations to better understand how "good" their experience is in comparison to others.


, Senior Manager, Global Knowledge Platforms, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Limited


Generative AI Search: Preventing Defects and Creating an Answer Engine

12:00 PM2023-11-072023-11-07

Tuesday, November 7: 12:00 p.m. - 12:45 p.m.

Harman presents this scenario: You integrated a Large Language Model into your search system to interpret, answer questions, and summarize search results. Then, disaster strikes: The LLM shows users a hallucinated, non-factual answer, even though your relevance system worked perfectly and you grounded the model with search results. The trust painstakingly built up by your search stack is gone in an instant. Your generative search story doesn’t need to end like this. Harman reviews generative search as an end-to-end system. Techniques covered include indexing and retrieval patterns, UX, prompting, fact-checking systems, LLM usage patterns, and model tuning. Looking at How a Generative AI Answer Engine Transforms Enterprise Search, Welsh sees shortcomings of the current enterprise search solutions—poor search outcomes, siloed knowledge management, duplicate and inconsistent content, and poor visibility into users’ needs. The result? Lost productivity and inferior user experience. A Generative AI-powered Answer Engine takes a fundamentally different approach by integrating several critical technology components including language embeddings, vector and semantic databases, large language models, GenAI, and analytics on the same platform, ensuring instant delivery of accurate, direct, and trusted answers while facilitating a streamlined knowledge curation and maintenance process.


, Head of Technology, Nesh

, Founder & CEO, Kyndi


Metasearch: The Missing Element for Enterprise Search

01:45 PM2023-11-072023-11-07

Tuesday, November 7: 1:45 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

 What happened to the Information Age? We are now overloaded with information. There are more silos than ever. We still spend far more time looking for information than we do reading it. Probstein thinks the move to the cloud and the rise of AI, however, provide real benefits for the large enterprise. Ubiquitous connectivity and the ability of large language models (LLMs) to contextualize almost any text suddenly makes metasearch—sending queries to existing silos, and then re-ranking the results—a game-changer. Mattu turns his attention to customer service. Agents having knowledge available in the moment is essential to deliver world-class customer service for any modern contact center. But do all of them have all the knowledge they need available in one place? Mattu explains how to get the right answers to the right people at the right time.


, President, Swirl

, Product Marketing Manager - Contact Center Products, Upland Software


Optimizing Microsoft Search for Findability

02:45 PM2023-11-072023-11-07

Tuesday, November 7: 2:45 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Findability is much more than technology. It needs to be the combination of culture, communication, and technology, as well as how your content is organized. In this session, Molnar discusses the most important success factors of Microsoft Search, as well as how to implement it well. Following a quick Microsoft Search overview—what’s possible today and what the boundaries are— she delves into how to customize and configure Microsoft Search, including some hidden “gems” and lesser-known tricks and tips, then moves on to how the various AI tools can help you to achieve better findability.


, Managing Consultant, CEO, Search Explained


Putting Enterprise Search in Perspective

04:15 PM2023-11-072023-11-07

Tuesday, November 7: 4:15 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Everybody is talking about machine learning, AI, and, most recently, large language models. Who knows what may take over as the current trend going forward? Klatt steps back to give you some insight about what enterprise search is and which use cases it is intended to solve. He then describes where the current hype can help and where it can't. Gain perspective on how to make such initiatives become successful and sustainable.


, Senior Consultant, Raytion


Networking Happy Hour in the Enterprise Solutions Showcase

05:00 PM2023-11-072023-11-07

Tuesday, November 7: 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Stop by the showcase after a full day of stimulating sessions to mix and mingle with other conference attendees, speakers, and our conference sponsors.

Wednesday, Nov 8



Keynote: The Case for More Conversations in a Digital World

08:30 AM2023-11-082023-11-08

Wednesday, November 8: 8:30 a.m. - 9:15 a.m.

Our organizations have had a roller coaster ride with digital transformation over the last few years and most have embraced online work platforms. An organization's culture is created in the conversations between its members. But how do our enterprises encourage their people to interact, collaborate, and connect as they used to in a corporate building? How do they support learning, encourage deeper conversations and human relationships, and embrace and foster innovation?  Our panel addresses these issues, discusses reclaiming conversations, shares insights and experiences, and provides lots of tips and ideas for supporting KM joy, enhancing the flow of information and knowledge, and building stronger, more collaborative teams within the enterprise.


, Founder & Principal, Navig8 PD and formerly Director, Professional Development, Goodmans LLP


, Director, Knowledge Management & Social Learning, Global, TechnipFMC


Keynote: From Knowledge Management to Knowledge Capital: Making Knowledge a Source of Growth

09:15 AM2023-11-082023-11-08

Wednesday, November 8: 9:15 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

A long time KM practitioner and Deloitte’s Knowledge Capital Practice Lead, Eyal discusses how organizations can move beyond the tactical version of KM as a storage repository and view knowledge as source of growth for the organi- zation and knowledge as its most important asset. He shares how connecting knowledge within the flow of work can drive better outcomes and benefits. Gain insights and ideas into how to get into the mindset to help you capitalize your organization’s knowledge.


, Knowledge Capital Practice Lead, Deloitte


Keynote: Generative AI Tools: Impact on Search & User Experience

09:30 AM2023-11-082023-11-08

Wednesday, November 8: 9:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.

Generative AI has real practical implications in search applications. This presentation discusses and demonstrates how generative AI, large language models (LLMs), and vector search can be used to create more natural and conversational search experiences, generate more comprehensive and informative search results, and personalize search results to individual needs and interests.


, President & CEO, Pureinsights Technology Corp.


Keynote: Unlocking Knowledge Through Conversational AI

09:45 AM2023-11-082023-11-08

Wednesday, November 8: 9:45 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

With the advent of advanced conversational AI, the cycle of learning through dialogue is digitalized. This AI not only serves as an interpreter, bridging the gap between novice queries and expert content, but also ensures continuous accessibility of vital institutional knowledge. Moreover, it offers organizations the desired control and oversight, providing insights about conversation effectiveness. This technology thus opens up opportunities for unlocking and safeguarding knowledge within organizations.


, Chief Knowledge Officer, SearchBlox Software Inc. and Explanation Age LLC

Wednesday, Nov 8



Getting Your Measurement House in Order to Succeed With Vectors & Generative Search

10:45 AM2023-11-082023-11-08

Wednesday, November 8: 10:45 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Vectors and generative search have upended the past 40 years of search by letting us make non-obvious connections between a user’s need and the documents we can surface by using the information embedded in long-form text, images, and language models. If you’ve been skating by with classic metrics like LGTM (Looks Good To Me), you are about to discover that these powerful new techniques also bring new risks to your search quality and therefore to your business. The evidence is building that search teams who embrace these new techniques are seeing both more “Remarkably Right” results but also “Remarkably Wrong” results. Middle-of-the-road “good enough” results are much less common. Pugh shares some case studies using vector search to demonstrate the pitfalls and lays out what metrics you need to be paying attention to. Raytion believes that bringing context to large language models (LLMs), leveraging the latest innovations in LLM-based generative AI for your business, requires that such solutions know what your organization knows. This talk gives insight into how such context can be provided, no matter in what technical systems your knowledge investments are stored—while assuring enterprise-grade requirements such as freshness, scalability, and security.


, CEO & Co-founder, OpenSource Connections

, Senior Consultant, Raytion


Merck’s Search Journey

11:45 AM2023-11-082023-11-08

Wednesday, November 8: 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

For the past 10 years, Majer’s team at Merck has been using Fast and SharePoint Online Search as their main search engine. As time moved on and technologies changed, the team decided to move into using Azure Cognitive Search to better support the users and their growing need for more advanced search technologies. Majer describes the journey, the advantages and disadvantages of this decision, and how they tackled it in a big enterprise environment.


, Enterprise Search Technical Lead, Chief Technology Office (CTO), Merck & Co.


What’s the Real Scoop on GPT, LLMs, & Other Acronyms?

01:30 PM2023-11-082023-11-08

Wednesday, November 8: 1:30 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.

Two acronyms, GPT and LLM, sprung to prominence in the past year. Pundits decided that they either spelled the end of search or presaged a new and wonderful era for search. The focus of interest was more on their effect on open web searching rather than on enterprise search. This panel discussion examines how GPT, LLMs, NLP, AI, and related technologies affect organizations, sorting out the wheat from the chaff.


, Editor, KMWorld


, President, Swirl

, CEO, Northern Light

, CEO, Zeta Alpha


Designing Enterprise Search Apps in Microsoft Teams

02:30 PM2023-11-082023-11-08

Wednesday, November 8: 2:30 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.

Although many companies have Office 365 and use MS Teams, people struggle to find information. Within the MS Stack, there are many search technologies and many search experiences. One solution is to build an enterprise search app that offers a "Google-like" search experience. Using a large engineering company as his case study, Vanneste describes researching the different options, weighing the pros and cons, and selecting technology components. He concentrates on the technology choice, the search experience in Teams; the lessons learned regarding Graph Search API, MS Search, and Azure cognitive services; and takes a look toward the future. What's next for the search app? How can Azure OpenAI impact/improve this application? The story is not done yet!


, Digital Workplace Architect & Manager, Delaware Consulting


Issues in Migration

04:00 PM2023-11-082023-11-08

Wednesday, November 8: 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Switching from one search platform to another is a major decision. This session covers two case studies in the migration process. At EY, the company re-platformed Discover, its global knowledge platform, moving from SharePoint to Elasticsearch. Simek and Michels discuss the pitfalls and lessons learned, as well as how EY tackled relevancy tuning in the new environment. Arce describes the involvement of Pureinsights in the context of work done for an existing customer, for whom it did a large search engine migration project, moving from Elasticsearch to OpenSearch. He presents a comparison of the different approaches that can be taken to store extremely large numbers of documents and summarizes the benefits and detriments of each. With all the buzz around ChatGPT and AI tools, it's worth revisiting the state-of-the-art of semantic search. Instead of previous generation NLP tools, the latest AI tools driven by large language models (LLMs) promise to make natural language query interpretation and results generation more powerful than ever—AI-driven semantic search.


, Findability Team Lead, EY

, Senior Software Engineer, Pureinsights

, Discover Search Product Manager, Global Markets - EY Knowledge, EY

Thursday, Nov 9



Keynote: Data in the Age of AI

08:30 AM2023-11-092023-11-09

Thursday, November 9: 8:30 a.m. - 9:15 a.m.

AI and the internet are transforming our understanding of how the future happens, enabling us to acknowledge the chaotic unknowability of our everyday world. Back when we humans were the only ones writing programs, data looked like the oil fueling those programs. But now that machines are programming themselves, data looks more like the engine than its fuel. This is changing how we think about the world from which data arises, and that data is now shaping as never before. We’ve accepted that the intelligence of machine intelligence resides in its data, not just its algorithms—particularly in the countless, complex, contingent, and multidimensional interrelationships of data. But where does the intelligence of data come from? It comes from the world that the data reflects. That's why machine learning models can be so complex, we can't always understand them. The world is the ultimate black box. Weinberger looks at the implications of this for people who work with data, those who share knowledge and insights inside and outside the enterprise, and those looking for ways AI can assist their organizations in future success.


, Harvard's Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society and Author, Everyday Chaos, Everything is Miscellaneous, Too Big to Know, Cluetrain Manifesto (co-author)


Keynote: AI Platforms to Deliver Innovation Across the Enterprise

09:15 AM2023-11-092023-11-09

Thursday, November 9: 9:15 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

How do companies deliver AI capabilities across their organization? How can an organization build and leverage AI tools without having to develop multiple intelligent technologies for different applications? What’s the best way for organizations to build and evolve the large datasets needed to drive the most powerful, emerging AI tools? Centralizing AI capabilities into an enterprise data hub with reporting tools and advanced integration capabilities allows companies to leverage their investments more fully, bringing new and evolving AI capabilities into play quickly by leveraging a common data hub to build rich machine learning models. For KM, this means organizations can build powerful new capabilities. Hear how organizations are doing this today!


, Senior Director, KM Strategy, Verint


Keynote: Amplifying KM: Unleashing the Possibilities With Generative AI

09:30 AM2023-11-092023-11-09

Thursday, November 9: 9:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.

Hoeffel delves into the realm of KM and explores how generative AI can revolutionize the way organizations capture, organize, and utilize information. Discover how LLMs and AI can enhance knowledge discovery, automate content generation, and improve decision-making processes. Through compelling demos and practical guidance, gain insights into leveraging generative AI to unleash the full potential of search and KM efforts. Discover how this powerful combination can drive innovation and propel your business forward.


, Head, Partner Success, Lucidworks


Keynote Coming Soon

09:45 AM2023-11-092023-11-09

Thursday, November 9: 9:45 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

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Thursday, Nov 9



Three Keys to Apply Generative AI to Enterprise Search

10:15 AM2023-11-092023-11-09

Thursday, November 9: 10:15 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

For all the power and sizzle of ChatGPT, the software in its current commercial form isn't an appropriate generative AI solution for enterprise search. Why? Because an enterprise's knowledge repository is not Wikipedia and the web (the training set for ChatGPT). Rather, enterprise knowledge is derived from proprietary internal research, customers, credible industry sources, and subject matter experts steeped in the markets, products, and technologies a company cares about. Seuss reveals three keys to how large language models (LLMs) can be fine-tuned for enterprise KM applications, such as conducting competitive intelligence and finding insights into customer behavior. How do they aid in answering product marketing questions, monitoring competitor strategies, and influencing decision making? What competitive edge can these AI-based tools provide to you?


, CEO, Northern Light


Knowledge Graphs & Semantic Reasoning: A Recipe for Success

11:15 AM2023-11-092023-11-09

Thursday, November 9: 11:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Digital search is fundamental to the digital world as it exists today—the vital connection between users and data. Despite being a core component of the user’s experience, it often lacks expressiveness, providing answers that fail to align with the user’s true desires. With semantic technology, the gap between human intention and machine understanding can be eliminated, not only providing relevant results but also allowing the user to ask more complex questions that go beyond the scope of conventional search. Crocker describes the creation of an application that runs on a knowledge graph and applies semantic reasoning with rules and an ontology. Having ingested all the data available on the BBC GoodFood website, it parallels the real experience provided by semantic search.


, CEO & Co-Founder, Oxford Semantic Technologies


Keynote: Presentation by Coveo

12:15 PM2023-11-092023-11-09

Thursday, November 9: 12:15 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Check back soon for updates.


KMWorld & Intranet and Digital Workplace Awards

12:30 PM2023-11-092023-11-09

Thursday, November 9: 12:30 p.m. - 12:45 p.m.

KMWorld magazine is proud to sponsor the 2023 KM Awards, KM Promise and KM Reality, which are designed to celebrate the success stories of knowledge management. The awards will be presented along with Step Two’s Digital Awards.


Neural Search

01:00 PM2023-11-092023-11-09

Thursday, November 9: 1:00 p.m. - 1:45 p.m.

There is one crucial feature on every website that is not evolving quickly enough to keep up—the search bar, which has trained end users to spend precious time sifting through results without real relevance, creating bad experiences. Traditional keyword searches have limitations that LLM-powered solutions are uniquely adept at addressing. The combination of traditional keyword search and LLM-powered search, now called hybrid search, is the key enabling capability of generative AI, as generative results are more accurate when working from a strong hybrid search core. This enables a shift from search engines to action engines, allowing end users to have full relevance and accuracy to answers with “grounded generation.” Awadallah discusses how hybrid search is making generative AI a reality and how product builders can effectively leverage AI with a safe entry point.


, CEO & Co-founder, Vectara


Accelerating Knowledge Discovery by Converging Structured & Unstructured Data

02:00 PM2023-11-092023-11-09

Thursday, November 9: 2:00 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.

To solve the pain points of information retrieval caused by the complexity and vastness of data at PETRONAS, ENIGMA was launched in 2022. This analytical project is equipped with industry-leading technology stacks, such as Azure Cognitive Services, OpenAI, and Neo4J knowledge graph, and is combined with the power of internal and external data for predictive and prescriptive analytics. ENIGMA is embedded with EKIH, an in-house cognitive search solution that derives contextual information from multiple databases. It also utilizes advanced ML and AI-enabled capabilities to connect and crawl across disparate data sources, processing different types of complex unstructured data. It incorporates semantics to enhance meaning to the connected data by using ontology, taxonomy, and knowledge graphs, coupled with natural language understanding. This results in users being able to pose human-like queries and retrieve relevant search results.


, Chief Data Officer, PETRONAS

, Head, Data Programme Management, Enterprise Data, PETRONAS

, Head, Knowledge & Intelligence, Enterprise Data, PETRONAS


Road Maps for Future Enterprise Search & Discovery

03:00 PM2023-11-092023-11-09

Thursday, November 9: 3:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.

What’s ahead for enterprise search and discovery? With a plethora of new developments, this panel consults their crystal balls to predict the future, both long- and short-term. What prognostications will they make that will affect how you do your job? Come and find out!


, Editor, KMWorld


, CEO & Co-founder, OpenSource Connections

, COO, Enterprise Knowledge LLC

, Director, Marketplace Alliances, Upland BA Insight Software

Thursday, Nov 9

Closing Keynotes


Keynote: A Secure Way to Adopt Generative AI Through Knowledge as an Infrastructure

04:00 PM2023-11-092023-11-09

Thursday, November 9: 4:00 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.

Our speaker explores how generative AI has the potential to seamlessly revolutionize the customer service landscape. However, without up-to-date and trusted knowledge, generative AI can produce inaccurate responses, foster hallucinations, and subject organizations to unforeseen compliance risks. Sedarius Perrotta illustrates how organizations can securely incorporate LLMs to transform their knowledge into a robust infrastructure that strategically positions them for successful AI adoption.


, CEO, Shelf


Closing Keynote: Lessons Learned

04:15 PM2023-11-092023-11-09

Thursday, November 9: 4:15 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Join members of the KMWorld community as they provide insights, inspiration, key ideas, and innovations shared at this year’s conferences as well as what our panelists are seeing within the rapidly changing field of KM.

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