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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 always announce new articles on other platforms also so if interested, you can find me on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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?)
  • Papers

Linked Data

My first ever article was a quick introduction to Linked Data and this is my most written about topic.

I presented the article called “Linked Data Reconciliation in GraphDB at the DBpedia Community Meeting in Leipzig on the 23rd May 2019.

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:

Conversational AI

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.

Computer Vision

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.

Other Articles

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.


Finally, here I will post my academic papers for those of you that may be interested.

These examples are taken from an infographic I made

I’ll keep this article live and current but if you want to keep up to date, please do follow me on here, Twitter and LinkedIn.



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Angus Addlesee

Angus Addlesee

Research Associate at Heriot-Watt University. Studying a PhD in Artificial Intelligence. Contact details at http://addlesee.co.uk/