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  1. CCT260H Knowledge & Matter CCT260H - Christopher Evan Jones

  2. Knowledge • We are bombarded with knowledge every second from: • Television • Billboards • Newspapers • Teachers • Books • Cell Phones CCT260H - Christopher Evan Jones

  3. Knowledge • The Internet provides us with an exponential amount of knowledge • Reviews aid us in decisions • News comes from lesser known places • Friends share everything • Wikipedia and Google shorten our search CCT260H - Christopher Evan Jones

  4. But, What is Knowledge? • Most people comment on what they’re most adamant about • A lot of information is not main stream and cannot be verified • Everyone has an opinion CCT260H - Christopher Evan Jones

  5. Positive Internet • Historical References • Open to Everyone • Ease of Access • Open Forum • Global Knowledge Base CCT260H - Christopher Evan Jones

  6. Negative Internet • Anonymity • No Immediate Feedback • No Price for Failure • No Responsibility • Majority Rule CCT260H - Christopher Evan Jones

  7. Social Contract • We are raised and educated by authority figures • The Internet affords us an escape • At what point does this escape become a reality • The new socialization CCT260H - Christopher Evan Jones

  8. Knowledge as a Commodity • We purchase newspaper and books, pay to attend classes and seminars and hire ourselves out for our abilities • But a common assumption on the Internet is that knowledge is free CCT260H - Christopher Evan Jones

  9. Accountability • Google works on majority rule • The more people link to an idea, the more popular it becomes… • …Whether its is correct or not • It Snowballs CCT260H - Christopher Evan Jones

  10. The Basis of Knowledge • AI has stumbled at becoming human • Knowledge is more based on emotion, feelings and intuition • We compare answers, solutions and never take anything at face value CCT260H - Christopher Evan Jones

  11. Overload • Knowledge overload can render us useless, glossing over importing information • Our time requirements creates the need for short burst of knowledge, short on detail and context CCT260H - Christopher Evan Jones

  12. Successes • The human genome project joined hundreds of institutions, computers and knowledge-trusts to completely map the human gene • Without the Internet, its arguable that such a feat wouldn’t have been possible or even viable CCT260H - Christopher Evan Jones

  13. Perception of Knowledge • Tactile responses guide our acceptance of knowledge. • Facial expressions, eye contact, shifting bodies provide subtext to how and what we understand • But, this also limits some to negative and incorrect perceptions CCT260H - Christopher Evan Jones

  14. Space and Time • Our reaction to space changes our perception of knowledge • Our availability of time limits our ability to absorb and understand knowledge CCT260H - Christopher Evan Jones

  15. Critical Thinking • Knowledge without context is just data • We need to use: • Critical Reading • Critical Thinking • Critical Writing • Critical Making CCT260H - Christopher Evan Jones