Test, Ideate, Innovate, Hype Curve, and Autism with Brian Pollack

For over two decades Brian Pollack has led the way in Internet Technology Innovation. Brian is a published science fiction author, and has published articles in dozens of programming languages and technologies including Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR), TypeScript, CoffeeScript, Node.js, MySQL, MongoDB, Redis, PHP, Azure, AWS, Cloud Computing, Collaboration Technology, Unity, C#,…

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The interesting capacities of knowledge and #AI with Nadia Kaloyanova

Nadia is a senior manager at TechnologyValley. TechnologyValley is specialized in Conversational Artificial Intelligence for businesses which offers highly customizable products in the field. TechnologyValley’s proprietary AI technology provides many unique capabilities such as understanding multiple meanings per message, interacting with users via innovative Conversational User Interfaces and many others.

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Donald Clark sets the new age of #KM with #AI and #WildFire Learning

Donald Clark is an EdTech Entrepreneur, CEO, Professor, Researcher, Blogger and Speaker. He was CEO and one of the original founders of Epic Group plc, which established itself as the leading company in the UK online learning market, floated on the Stock Market in 1996 and sold in 2005. As well as being the CEO of Wildfire,…

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The shape of Artificial Intelligence with guest Tony Rhem

Tony Rhem is a recognized thought leader in AI, KM, Big Data, Information Architecture and Innovation. Since 1990 I have served as CEO/Principal Consultant of A.J. Rhem & Associates (AJRA). AJRA is a consulting, training & research firm focusing on knowledge management, AI and system integration with offices located in Chicago IL, and Charlotte NC.…

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The IRS and how #KM is done with Clara Prather and April Buckland

April Buckland April currently serves as a Driving Adoption Program Analyst for the Internal Revenue Services’ Knowledge Management and Transfer (KMT) team.  She began her career with the agency in 2008 and has served in several HR positions within the Agency. In 2014, April first began her Knowledge Management journey as a KM cadre and…

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Cybersecurity and what you should care about with Ali Allage

Ali Allage is a dedicated husband and proud dad to 3 amazing kids. With twenty years of experience leading technology companies – from tech-focused problem-solving to the creation of consumer and business applications and platforms, Ali is great at taking what a small, specialized group understands and communicating that to the mass market. Ali serves…

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Knowledge Management may very well be the Manhattan Project of the 21st century

While working on my internship for my master’s degree in Information Architecture Knowledge Management, I conducted an interview with Keith Davis, employed by the Army’s Knowledge Management division inside the center of cyber excellence, as a means to better understand the Army’s knowledge management proponent. Davis concludes the interview with an enlightened consideration, demanding rumination.…

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What is ePhilanthropy?

by Edwin K. Morris ​In the world of nonprofits there is a little word that means a lot. It is philanthropy. The image above is the definition. It highlights the essence of why nonprofits even exist. Philanthropy can pack a whole lot of action in the meaning around an organization’s mission. This requires great communication skills and understanding of the organizations…

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Surprise, surprise, knowledge management impacts employees!

Guest Blogger CaseyAnn Salanova currently heads the Interlibrary Loan department and serves as the Core Team Leader at Schmidt Library at York College of Pennsylvania. Surprise, surprise, knowledge management impacts employees! What a novel idea, right? Not really when you think about it because where does knowledge lie? Within people. And employees—at least for now—are…

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