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  Knowledge technology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Knowledge technologies have emerged as a concept distinct from Knowledge management.
Knowledge technology is one that adds a layer of intelligence to information technology, to filter appropriate information and deliver it when it is needed.
Among knowledge technologies are ontologies, topic maps, blogs, groupware, document management, expertise locators, social networking engines, and wikis.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Knowledge_technologies   (147 words)

 Knowledge Management & Workflow
Is also the home of knowledge ecology, an interdisciplinary art and science focused on developing, sharing, and applying knowledge not as a thing that can be "managed" but as a human and organizational capability that can be cultivated.
His current research is in the area of strategic knowledge management and includes the measurement and development of intellectual capital, knowledge managment and organizational learning and their effects on organizational performance.
The concept of using technology to integrate knowledge and learning experiences with software tools to improve business performance by (a) bringing individuals up to speed in their work as quickly as possible and with the minimum of support from other people, and (b) providing an electronic infrastructure to enable organizational learning.
www.insead.fr /CALT/Encyclopedia/ComputerSciences/Groupware/Workflow   (12183 words)

 PIM Technologies and Knowledge Management Systems: Sam Burns: i385q-dt Knowledge Management Systems   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
The term knowledge worker was first advanced by Peter Drucker, who defined a knowledge worker as one who "puts to work what he has learned in systematic education, that is, concepts, ideas, and theories, rather than the man who puts to work manual skill or muscle" (Drucker, 1973, pg.
Missing in the discussions of knowledge acquisition and management is the idea that a great deal of what is known and learned within an organization comes from individuals who depend on their own personal information management and knowledge management systems.
We know that knowledge workers do not want to have to leave one application to manage information in another, therefore it would be best for designers to study users and make attempts to imbed PIM functionality within their current environments much like the user is already seeking to do.
www.gslis.utexas.edu /~sburns/coursework/km_spring04/pim   (3297 words)

 Integrating Knowledge Management Technologies in Organizational Business Processes: Getting Real Time Enterprises to ...
Skeptics of technology have observed that real knowledge is created and applied in the processes of socialization, externalization, combination, and internalization (Nonaka and Takeuchi, 1995) and outside the realm of KM technologies.
These technologies would need to be adopted and appropriated by the human users, integrated within their respective work-contexts, and effectively utilized while being driven by the performance outcomes of the enterprise.
The "knowledge application gap" that is characteristic of the inputs- and processing-driven technology-push model have also been the subject of criticism in scholarly research on KM (Alavi and Leidner, 2001; Zack, 2001).
www.kmnetwork.com /RealTime.htm   (10665 words)

 ipedia.com: Knowledge technology Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Knowledge technology is technology that adds a layer of intelligence to information technology, to filter appropria...
It is also the title for a part of the Information Society Technologies thematic priority in the European Union's sixth Framework Programme 2002-2006.
Among knowledge technologies are Ontologies and Topic Maps.
www.ipedia.com /knowledge_technology.html   (175 words)

 Syntergy: Technologies -Content Knowledge Management   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
More than ever, enterprises are increasingly aware of how important it is to make maximum use of their corporate knowledge.
Over time, they have stored this knowledge in many different places, including databases, knowledge bases, filing cabinets, and their human resources across the enterprise.
Content Knowledge Management (CKM) is a philosophy, technology, and methodology that helps companies manage their business by automating key information processes.
www.syntergy.com /tech/ckm   (310 words)

 What to know before you select knowledge management technology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
However, it's as big a mistake to assume that technology has no answers for us as it is to assume that technology has all the answers, because the many brilliant minds behind the technologies discussed here have been concerned with specific information aspects of knowledge management for many years.
AI technology is applied in the form of analysis and summarization of natural language texts, as well as for identifying items of relevance for a particular user.
The application of AI technology to knowledge management is of sufficient interest in the AI community that it will merit its own conference.
www.ktic.com /TOPIC7/14_TECH.HTM   (2708 words)

 MIT Project Oxygen: Knowledge Access
By interacting with them, we leverage not only their own information, but also their knowledge of what interests us.
In particular, it supports personalized, collaborative, and communal knowledge, "triangulating" among these three sources of information to find the information people need.
START is a natural language question answering system that provides untrained users with speedy access to knowledge.
oxygen.lcs.mit.edu /KnowledgeAccess.html   (794 words)

 Welcome to SEKT — SEKT Portal
Appropriate knowledge is automatically delivered to the right people at the right time at the right granularity via a range of user devices.
Knowledge workers will be empowered to focus on their core roles and creativity; this is key to European competitiveness.
The SEKT strategy is built around the synergy of the complementary know-how of the key European centres of excellence in Ontology and Metadata Technology, Knowledge Discovery and Human Language Technology, a leading commercial exponent of semantic technology, together with a major European ICT organisation.
www.sekt-project.com   (343 words)

 Pearson Knowledge Technologies Corporate Website
Pearson Knowledge Technologies (PKT) is an outgrowth of research at the University of Colorado.
The company builds applications using its proprietary machine-learning technology for text understanding.
Sorry, the Pearson Knowledge Technologies website requires a browser capable of displaying frames.
www.knowledge-technologies.com   (131 words)

 InterOperability Laboratory: Technologies: DSL: Knowledge Base
DSL collectively refers to a group of technologies that utilize the unused bandwidth in the existing copper access network to deliver high-speed data services from the distribution center, or central office, to the end user.
DSL technology is attractive because it requires little to no upgrading of the existing copper infrastructure that connects nearly all populated locations in the world.
VDSL technology provides the telco with the ability to create the type of business that is critical for success in the new millennium.
www.iol.unh.edu /training/adsl.html   (2671 words)

 Knowledge Technologies International S.A. KBO Environment   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Knowledge Technologies International's (KTI) KBO Environment, brings the knowledge of an enterprise to the entire organization.
Many consider this the `holy grail' of the knowledge revolution, as we enter the Knowledge Age, where companies need to harness their Intellectual Capital to compete and survive.
Now corporate knowledge will be available in a useable form to marketers, sales teams, production managers and suppliers.
www.corba.org /vendors/pages/knowtech.html   (365 words)

 IAM - AKT: Advanced Knowledge Technologies
Professor Nigel Shadbolt will be the Director of the AKT project whose aim is to develop and extend a range of technologies to provide integrated methods and services for the capture, modelling, publishing, reuse and management of knowledge.
But knowledge is only of value when it can be used effectively and efficiently.
The management of knowledge is increasingly being recognised as a key element in extracting its value.
www.iam.ecs.soton.ac.uk /projects/akt   (308 words)

 iknowvate Technologies Where knowledge leads to innovation
I-know-vate is a global IT solutions company combining leading domain and technology expertise with the strength of our team's proven industry business process knowledgebase.
We leverage our highly skilled business and technology resources along with our delivery approach to provide rapid, responsive, and realistic answers to your business needs.
We strive to synthesize our combined technological knowledge and experience, to provide value for our customers through innovative solutions and services.
www.iknowvate.com   (206 words)

 OpenClinical: knowledge management technologies for healthcare
The recent growth in the scientific understanding of diseases and their management has been unprecedented, but has not been matched by an equivalent ability to apply that knowledge in practice.
It is now humanly impossible for unaided healthcare professionals to deliver patient care with the efficacy, consistency and safety that the full range of current knowledge could support.
OpenClinical is an international organisation that has been created to promote awareness and use of decision support, clinical workflow and other advanced knowledge management technologies for patient care and clinical research.
www.openclinical.org   (147 words)

 KMBook.com: KM Book: BRINT Institute's Book on Knowledge Management. Also ITUse: Beyond Information Technology ...
The more challenging parts are keeping technology, as well as the business processes and business models built upon it, in sync with the radically changing business environment and the evolving psyche of modern organizations and modern knowledge workers.
Knowledge management activities are all over the map: Building databases, measuring intellectual capital, establishing corporate libraries, building intranets, sharing best practices, installing groupware, leading training programs, leading cultural change, fostering collaboration, creating virtual organizations -- all of these are knowledge management, and every functional and staff leader can lay claim to it.
For knowledge work and knowledge professions, management must not be interpreted as control and managerial compliance must be the last item on the list of managers' socio-technical strategies for seeking system user commitment.
www.kmbook.com   (5934 words)

To turn your information into knowledge, it is necessary to understand the connections between it and your business processes.
Put bluntly, we have information technology, but we don't have knowledge technology.
If knowledge is to be managed effectively, for the good of its owners (or custodians), then Advanced Knowledge Technologies will have to be part of the solution.
www.aktors.org   (260 words)

 Amazon.com: Books: Organizational Learning and Knowledge Technologies in a Dynamic Environment   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Corporate knowledge is increasingly proving to be not only an important resource, but possibly unique in its sustainability.
Managing knowledge as a resource, as well as managing learning as the process which creates that resource, can only be done using appropriate information technologies.
New developments in knowledge management, such as connectionist approaches, are outlined and illustrated with real cases.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/079238170X?v=glance   (552 words)

 XML 2000 Program: Knowledge Technologies
Now we are all interested in moving to the next step by using technology to facilitate the synthesis of true knowledge.
The emerging Topic Maps standard and related technologies promises to be the answer to this challenging task of organizing information for knowledge navigation.
A demonstration system shows how the knowledge base can be used in the management and presentation of information as well as the inferencing of new information through a Topic Maps based rules process.
www.gca.org /attend/2000_conferences/XML_2000/knowledge.htm   (1445 words)

 Emerging Technologies Knowledge Base   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Organizational knowledge currently resides in isolated data silos not shared across the enterprise.
I'm running around in the world of VC now and I'm finding that many of them are not seeing SOA technology, and companies that sell it, are meeting the hype and sales expectations in the marketplace...
German chipmaker Infineon Technologies AG said Tuesday it expects worldwide semiconductor sales to increase 5 percent to 7 percent in 2006 and added it was examining its company structure.
emergingtech.ittoolbox.com /newsletter/sample.asp?n=dohtml   (1819 words)

 Proosto Technologies - consulting,knowledge management,content management,ebusiness,Preciseer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
The access to the knowledge will never be so difficult.
As it turns out, the key to success is the proper use of correct knowledge by appropriate people in the right time.
knowledge management systems, improving the knowledge flow within the organization.
www.proosto.com   (285 words)

 Pearson Knowledge Technologies In The News
The article in Discover's Emerging Technology section is an excellent overview for the lay person as to how K-A-T uses cutting edge technology to grade student essays online.
Describing how testing is evolving from pencils and bubbles to online essays, the article says "And the key to that advance is an ingenious process called latent semantic analysis." After a high level overview of how the Intelligent Essay Assessor (IEA) grades essays the article summarizes their evaluation of IEA.
'What the technology will do when it sees an essay that is completely unlike what it has seen before is to flag it and tell a teacher to look at it...
www.knowledge-technologies.com /news.shtml   (1098 words)

 Advanced Technologies Reveal New Knowledge About The Lives And Deaths Of Whales
Washington, DC -- Using genetics, Navy sonar, deep-sea submersibles, and toxicology, scientists are peering into the lives of whales — past and present — in ways never before possible.
Advanced Technologies Reveal New Knowledge About The Lives And Deaths Of Whales (February 26, 2005) -- Using genetics, Navy sonar, deep-sea submersibles, and toxicology, scientists are peering into the lives of whales -- past and present -- in ways never before...
New technologies that allow researchers to observe the deep-sea, now point to another unintended legacy of hunting whales — the elimination of entire communities of deep-sea animals.
www.sciencedaily.com /releases/2005/02/050223155252.htm   (1914 words)

 Encyclopedia: Knowledge technologies
Updated 258 days 6 hours 53 minutes ago.
European Union FP6 - IST - Knowledge Technologies (http://www.cordis.lu/ist/ka3/iaf/iaf-kt-fp6.htm)
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www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Knowledge-technologies   (174 words)

 Knowledge Management Technologies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
knowledge management solutions are reviewed The use of technology in knowledge management is
OpenClinical: promoting and disseminating methods and technologies to support computer-based clinical knowledge management and decision support.
To remain competitive, organizations must efficiently and effectively create, locate, capture, and share their organization's knowledge and
www.knowledge-management-net.com   (158 words)

 Department of Knowledge Technologies
The mission of our department is to perform cutting-edge research on knowledge technologies, including data mining, machine learning, decision support, language technologies, knowledge management and other information technologies that support the acquisition, management, modeling and use of knowledge, as well as industrial applications and development of the knowledge-based society.
Our technologies have been successfully applied to many practical problems, including earthquake prediction, selection of applicants for loans of the National Housing Fund, analysis of traffic accidents, medical diagnosis, analysis of the Slovenian public health system, and improving the functionality of Microsoft Internet Explorer.
Human Computer Interaction, Amanda Williams, University of California, Irvine, Tuesday 11/05/2004 1:00 PM Human Computer Interaction is the study of the design, implementation and use of technological systems with a focus on understanding the needs and practices of the users of those systems.
kt.ijs.si   (254 words)

 MIAKT -- Medical Imaging with Advanced Knowledge Technologies
The MIAKT (Medical Imaging and Advanced Knowledge Technologies) project was a joint initiative between the AKT (Advanced Knowledge Technologies) IRC, specialising in knowledge management and technologies, and the MIAS (Medical Images and Signals) IRC, specialising in the intelligent analysis and handling of medical data.
The project was completed in March 2005, and is taking on the technologies developed during its realisation, through into new projects.
The project 'Grid enabled knowledge services: collaborative problem solving environments in medical informatics' is a joint initiative between the AKT IRC, specialising in knowledge technologies for the management and synthesis of appropriate information and knowledge content, and the MIAS IRC, specialising in the intelligent analysis and handling of medical data.
www.aktors.org /miakt   (2052 words)

 XML.com: Knowledge Technologies 2001: Conference Diary
It is attended by a mixed audience of librarians, AI experts, knowledge management technologists, and the Web community.
The second plenary session in the morning featured updates from the various standards organizations on the state of their work in the knowledge management space.
Ogbuji's presentation was a great example of the value of more niche conferences such as Knowledge Technologies -- you can hear implementors talk in depth about their discoveries without having to worry about looking good marketing-wise.
www.xml.com /pub/a/2001/03/07/kt1.html   (948 words)

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