Because this was exactly what the panelists had described. A man had hijacked our conversation, and imposed his experience over ours in ways that seemed completely oblivious to what the panelists had just discussed. In both words and actions he implied that his opinions and experience were more important than ours — even at our own event!
…ihood that it’s the right place. This score shapes the user experience that the commenter receives. If it’s high, we simply attach a place card to their comment (with the ability to remove it). If we have medium confidence, we ask if it’s the right spot before attaching it. When the score is low, we show them an empty card that opens up a search bar that lets them manually search for the place that they want to add.