Knowledge Management

Recently developed artificial intelligence (AI) models are capable of many impressive feats, including recognising images and producing human-like language. But just because AI can perform human-like behaviours doesn’t mean it can think or understand like humans. As a researcher studying how humans understand and reason about the world, I think it’s important to emphasise the way AI systems “think” and learn is fundamentally different to how humans do – and we have a long way to go before AI can truly think like us.

READER QUESTION: I am 59 years old, and in reasonably good health. Is it possible that I will live long enough to put my brain into a computer? Richard Dixon.

Lexsoft Systems has announced the latest release of its T3 knowledge management (KM) solution for iManage, offering new multilingual capability. Law firms can now confidently expand their KM systems to make them truly centralised repositories at a global level, whilst ensuring that the local language and jurisdictional needs of their lawyers are always adequately met.

Knosys has launched a new integration with Salesforce for its knowledge management solution, KnowledgeIQ.

One thing that is common for every human being on the planet is that none of us were born with a celestial gift of knowing everything. From the very moment we are born, our learning journey starts, even if we don’t realise it.

Microsoft has launched Viva, promoted as a new platform for knowledge discovery that integrates with the productivity and collaboration capabilities in Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Teams.

Has information overload fever subsided? I have followed the “information overload” movement for over ten years now.  While I’m a sceptic of its “sky is falling” rhetoric I have always acknowledged that knowledge workers find catharsis in complaining about information overload given the chance.

Australian knowledge management firm Knosys has won a contract worth $NZ840,00 to implement a standalone KnowledeIQ system at ANZ Bank New Zealand, as part of the ANZ’s effort to comply with Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) regulations.

To help people understand the flood of data being published about the current COVID-19 Pandemic, Aristotle Cloud Services Australia has created a metadata-driven dashboard that shows definitions, business glossary and data lineage directly alongside the data. The metadata-driven COVID-19 Dashboard is also the first project of Aristotle Labs - a site where we can explore and experiment with new ways metadata can be used to improve how people understand and interact with data.

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