Editor’s note: This is an update from the SkillPages Engineering Team to the development of SkillGraph. See our previous posts for background information on SkillGraph.
Learning is a continuous human process and we apply the same principle to SkillGraph. As more skills and opportunities are added, and more people interact with these entries on the platform, the graph absorbs this into its knowledge base. The nodes in the graph and edges that connect them continuously evolve and grow. The rules that govern its structure and its use, as well as the semantic understanding behind them are in a constant flux. Continue reading
Editor’s note: This is an update from the SkillPages Engineering Team to the development of SkillGraph. See our previous post for background information on SkillGraph. Continue reading
If you’ve read the previous post from our CTO Mike you’ll know that we worked together with the Clarity Research Centre at University College Dublin to create The SkillGraph. SkillGraph is at the very core of the SkillPages platform, underpinning everything we do. Essentially it’s a market matching skill relevance engine, connecting people looking for skills to people who have the relevant skills in a more accurate way than was previously ever possible. Continue reading
Editor’s note: This is an update from the SkillPages Engineering Team, just to warn you it’s a pretty detailed technical insight into the technology we’re developing at SkillPages!
When you look for somebody to fix your sink you probably figure you need a plumber. A handyman might do it, or maybe a janitor, even a drain cleaner could do the job. Your brain does something amazing here: in split seconds it generates a cloud of many different skill names and professions, guiding you to the best match for the task. Knowing what you mean and having an idea of how various skills are related is what makes the skill ‘search & matching engine’ in your head extremely powerful. Continue reading