All Articles by Angus Addlesee Organised by Topic: Updated
Linked Data, Conversational AI and Computer Vision
I started writing on Medium in September 2018 as I believe knowledge should be shared and easily accessible for all. Since then I have written many articles and I have also started my PhD, so started to cover different topics that are of interest to different groups.
To make sure you can find my work relevant to your interests, I will keep this document updated with all my work organised by topic. Last updated: 22nd February 2022.
I let Medium promote some of my work but they then make them featured articles. Where they have done this I have shared the friend link as I do not want any of my work to be behind a paywall!
Without further ado, I have organised my work into the following categories:
- Linked Data
- Conversational AI
- Computer Vision
- Other Articles not on Medium (what is my research and why?)
My first ever article was a quick introduction to Linked Data and this is my most written about topic.
- Tackling Big Data Challenges with Linked Data on 5th Sep 2018
- Understanding Linked Data Formats on 10th Oct 2018
- Creating Linked Data on 31st Oct 2018
- Constructing SPARQL Queries on 16th Nov 2018
- Comparing Linked Data Triplestores on 11th Dec 2018
- Using OntoRefine to Transform Tabular Data into Linked Data on 8th Jan 2019
- Comparison of Linked Data Triplestores: Developing the Methodology on 26th Feb 2019
- Linked Data Reconciliation in GraphDB on 13th Mar 2019
- Constructing More Advanced SPARQL Queries on 22nd Apr 2019
- Comparison of Linked Data Triplestores: A New Contender on 29th May 2019
- Where to Find Linked Open Data for Your Home Projects on 26th May 2020
- The Olympics: How to Build a Linked Data Application on 20th Oct 2020
- An Overview of Scotland’s Linked Data Projects from SLiDInG 7 on 21st Jan 2021
Before moving on, a quick shout out to an article by my friend Antero Duarte. I think this is a brilliant and amusing introduction to Linked Data:
- Linked Data: A Conceptual Exploration on 8th May 2019
One thing I promised Wallscope (PhD sponsor) to do during my research is to write about what I learn so expect this section to rapidly expand.
- Beginning to Replicate Natural Conversation in Real Time on 14th Apr 2019
- How Dementia Affects Conversation: Building a More Accessible Conversational AI on 21st May 2019
- Building a Voice Assistant for Blind and Partially Sighted People on 21st May 2020
- Using Furhat and Rasa to Assist when You Forget a Word Mid-Sentence on 26th May 2020
- Ethically Collecting Conversations with People that have Cognitive Impairments on 2nd October 2020
- The Current State of Chatbots and Conversational AI across Europe and Africa - A Catalogue on 6th April 2021
- Am I Allergic to This? Developing a Voice Assistant for Sight Impaired People on 6th October 2021 [On Rasa’s Blog or on Medium]
- The Spoon is in the Sink: Assisting Visually Impaired People in the Kitchen on 20th December 2021 [On Rasa’s Blog or on Medium]
In later stages of my research project I will be using a lot of Computer Vision so I am writing this series from what I’ve learned from Joseph Redmon’s recorded lectures on Youtube.
- Introduction to Computer Vision on 23rd Apr 2019
- Human Vision: How Eyes Work and Why they Evolved that Way on 3rd May 2019
- Image Storage, Color Spaces and Manipulation on 25th Jul 2019
- Convolutions, Image Resizing and Filtering on 4th Nov 2019
In this section I will post any articles that do not fit into the other categories. These will mainly be interviews about my research in terms of what I’m doing and why.
- Conversational AI with Angus Addlesee of Heriot-Watt on 4th Apr 2019
- Developing Conversational AI to be more Human on 7th Jun 2019
- Top 5 Machine Learning Myths on 29th Apr 2020
- COVID Impact on ECRs: Angus Addlesee on 16th Jun 2020
- Creating Better Conversational Agents To Improve Health and Social Care on 16th Dec 2020
- Haver Design Collective’s Interview with Angus Addlesee on 5th May 2021
- [Video] How to Adapt Voice AI for People with Dementia and People Affected by Sight Loss on 7th Sep 2021
- How to Adapt Voice Assistants for People with Dementia and People Affected by Sight Loss on 18th Oct 2021
Finally, here I will post my academic papers for those of you that may be interested.
- Current Challenges in Spoken Dialogue Systems and Why They Are Critical for Those Living with Dementia on 10th Sep 2019
- Ethically Collecting Multi-Modal Spontaneous Conversations with People that have Cognitive Impairments on 11th May 2020
- A Comprehensive Evaluation of Incremental Speech Recognition and Speaker Diarization for Conversational AI on 8th Dec 2020
- Incremental Graph-Based Semantics and Reasoning for Conversational AI on 4th Oct 2021
- The Spoon is in the Sink: Assisting Visually Impaired People in the Kitchen on 4th Oct 2021
- Am I Allergic to This? Assisting Sight Impaired People in the Kitchen on 18th Oct 2021