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ICKM 2015 in Osaka ready to start

Dear KM fellows, please consider participating in this cross-cultural event – for the program see November 4-6 Osaka!

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Intelligence and security

A conceptual approach by the School of Technology, Germany, with 4 pillars of handling information in an organization for the purpose of Energy and Security Efficiency – see Smart Enterprise Model

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Can facebook test intelligence …

for machines?

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Learning 4.0 ?

IBM – see – aims for skilled workforce.

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Academic Knowledge Generation Revisited

The Para-Academic Handbook: A Toolkit for making-learning-creating-acting Mimicing academic practices has become societal practice. Universities might need to reposition as predominant places for knowledge production, discussion and learning. Have a look at:

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Knowledge Management by Google?

Google’s application of knowledge graphs could lead to a new generation of semantic features – see

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How information flows during emergencies

What could we learn from special events? Mining the mobile phone data from 10 million people over 4 years reveals the subtle changes …. continue reading  

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Cognition as a Service?

  Cognivie models are expected to enable smarter and more helpful products, addressing private and business appliances – see!  

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New forms of democracy?

Searching for new ways of democratic governance: Building a Citizens’ Partnership in Democratic Governance. The Delhi Bhagidari Process through Large-Group Dynamics, by George Koreth and Kiron Wadhera Read more here:  

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