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Knowledge any way any type. Knowledge of the people by the people for the people. Information anywhere anytime. The Social Life of Knowledge. Sorin Solomon Director Multi-Agent Division, ISI Torino

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    1. Knowledge any way any type Knowledge of the people by the people for the people Information anywhere anytime The Social Life of Knowledge Sorin Solomon Director Multi-Agent Division, ISI Torino Professor, Racah Institute of Physics Hebrew University of Jerusalem

    2. In absence of readers, the information is meaningless and it cannot transform in knowledge In absence of host cellsDNA chaincannot multiplyor constitute life knowledge no life in vitrono knowledge outside mind. Like virii, information may revive into knowledge only if put in an mind.

    3. Knowledge does not exist outside a knower A HUMAN ! knowledge

    4. knowledge information impossible to transfer knowledge!

    5. kn1 inform Possible to contract knowledge as one contracts a flu:

    6. kn1 inform media inform DNA (flu information)can “contaminate” somebody

    7. kn1 inform inform The target person, can then contract the illness (or idea)…………………………..

    8. kn2 kn1 inform inform ……..i.e. reconstruct the living (knowledge) structure out of the [dead] coded form (information).

    9. kn2 Continuum kn1multi-dimensional multiscale inform inform Discrete, 1-dimensional The construction material is the receptor’s proteins (thoughts) .Thus the illness [knowledge](the particular manifestation) is individual.

    10. Continuummulti-dimensional multiscale => different kn2 Continuum kn1multi-dimensional multiscale inform inform Discrete, 1-dimensional implementation of life (knowledge) is spatial, analogous and continuous, its coding is linear, coded, and discrete

    11. Continuummulti-dimensional multiscale => different kn2 Continuum kn1multi-dimensional multiscale inform inform Discrete, 1-dimensional The wonder is not in how fast and how far the virii get but in how one codes and decodes analog, spatial, protein behavior in discrete linear DNA chains…

    12. TEST:for knowledge-information transfer: how to open beach chairs.

    13. 2 2 1 3 4 3 4 5

    14. 2 3 2 4 2 3 4 1 5

    15. 2 2 4 3 3 4 1 5

    16. 2 1 2 4 3 4 5

    17. 2 3

    18. 3 3

    19. 4 3

    20. 2 2 1 3 4 4 3 5

    21. 2 2 1 3 4 4 5 3

    22. 2 2 1 3 5 4 3 4

    23. 2 2 1 3 5 4 3 4 Overlap between 5 and 1 very small

    24. 2 2 1 3 4 3 4 5 Overlap between 5 and 1 very small

    25. 2 2 1 3 4 3 4 5 Overlap between 5 and 1 exponentially small Thus, the importance of exact reproduction in pre-writing cultures

    26. Current way to solve this (rather behaviorist): 1 ………… 5 Standard “Knowledge” (?!?) ‘book knowledge’ and ‘machine knowledge’ standardize and emphasize informationand overtbehavior Ignore and repress knowledge and internal dynamics

    27. 1 4 3 2 5 ‘book knowledge’ and ‘machine knowledge’ Standard “Knowledge” (?!?) • PRESENT: • Manuals; Courses, teaching • User instructions • Standard procedures • Consensus / compromise “position” documents • OR • confrontation, arguments, monocolor stands, resistance

    28. OBJECTIVESOffer a dynamic, open, adaptable, distributed, multi-dimensional view 2 3 3 2 1 socialknowledge emergence Add modalities, context, connections Allow personal stands, contradictoryinformation, provisory (transient) knowledge Non-knowledge (ignorance) explicitation (as opportunity) Tolerant coexistence of contradictory and inconsistent views 4 5 4

    29. socialknowledge emergence 4 4 2 3 3 2 1 support to group emergence and development interpersonal aspects : trust, compatibility and confidence interdisciplinary accessibility of competences and expertise. 5

    30. socialknowledge emergence 4 4 2 3 3 2 1 represent and navigate emergent, evolving, non-hierarchical knowledge, Difference between knowledge and knowledge representation 5

    31. socialknowledge emergence 4 4 2 3 3 2 1 And interactive: Place new information as it emerges where it fits how it fits 5

    32. socialknowledge emergence 4 4 2 3 3 2 1 Allow expression of deeper (tacit knowledge) by providing UNFRAMED context.Accommodate both transient and lasting knowledge 5

    33. socialknowledge emergence 4 4 2 3 3 2 1 5 collaborative knowledge creation , and sharing, self-structured work organisation collective intelligence the ‘neurophysiology’ of groups.

    34. socialknowledge emergence 4 4 2 3 3 2 1 5 knowledge to be complete can /must be contradictory. (cf. Godel)

    35. socialknowledge emergence 4 4 2 3 3 2 1 knowledge flow vs. workflow 5 current ‘knowledge management systems’, = reductionist view of human knowledge.

    36. socialknowledge emergence intellectual property governance models - recognition, power, status, innovation, nature of leadership and management in the knowledge society.

    37. Know how Know it Erez S.

    38. “The Way is not doing anything yet leaves nothing undone.” (L. Tze)

    39. AN EXAMPLE OF A SOCIAL KNOWLWDGE MACHINEA. Shalit, E Shir, S Solomon • The community of Complexity is wide and varied. • A map of this field cannot be compiled by any individual or committee. => A road map : the joint effort of the entire community

    40. Touchgraph • visual representation • Graph:entities and ties between them. • Dynamic: the nodes repel each other and the links limit the repulsion • The Wiki • A collaborative authorship paradigm • Open content: Anyone may create new or edit existing pages. • Simple syntax. • Example:Wikipedia.orgJanuary 2001: Start December 2003: 180000 articlesJuly2004:302073 articles

    41. Two panes: graph and content

    42. Hidden neighbors Stage Selected Stage Discourse

    43. Expanding tree map view

    44. Expanded tree map view

    45. Zooming in (before)

    46. Zooming in (after)

    47. Clicking on either will navigate (both panes)

    48. Clusters automatically formed by elastic connections and repelling forces

    49. Reducing visible radius (locality)