One form of text summarization is by a timeline of some sort. In academic literature, this can help follow a discourse through time using bibliographic reference dates in the body of text. In business literature, this may be more related to events and dates of some activity. In Petroleum Exploration for example, it may refer... Continue Reading →
Excited to be presenting at the Machine Learning in the Subsurface seminar on 20th September in Stavanger, Norway. Organised by the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD), ConocoPhillips, Repsol, Equinor and AkerBP. More here
Thoroughly enjoyed two days workshops with the Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) this week in Aberdeen. The OGTC's goal is to maximise economic recovery from the UK Continental Shelf, supported by Government. As well as participating in workshops, I also shared some results of my research on predictive geoscience sentiment analysis and its role to... Continue Reading →
Delighted to be invited as a keynote speaker for the Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) workshop on artificially intelligent sub-surface this month, 19-20 June in Aberdeen, representing Robert Gordon University. Artificially intelligent sub-surface is one of the six themes the OGTC are working on for Digital Transformation in the oil and gas industry. More... Continue Reading →
Martin White (Visiting Professor at the University of Sheffield and Managing Director of IntranetFocus) has written a review of a recent academic paper I authored Here with Professor Simon Burnett on enterprise search: "Dr Paul Cleverley and Professor Simon Burnett (Robert Gordon University) have published in the Journal of Information Science what is without doubt... Continue Reading →
Thoroughly enjoyed giving the STEPS Distinguished Lecture on Big Data at ENI in Milan last week. A big thank you to Halliburton and ENI for inviting me, arranging and making me feel so welcome. Some fascinating questions!
First large scale empirical study of enterprise search & discovery capability published in the Journal of Information Science (JIS) this week. Here Many organizations have deployed ‘Google-like’ enterprise search engines in order to improve access to their own information, a key part of the digital workplace. Despite significant investments, it has been reported that dissatisfaction... Continue Reading →
Invited to give the Distinguished Lecture on Big Data next month for the Science and Technology Exploration and Production (STEPS) program run by Halliburton. The program aims to foster geoscience excellence through the facilitation of thematic research and offers the opportunity for academics to engage with Landmark (Halliburton) and the wider exploration and production community.... Continue Reading →