User Generated Interactive Content: Insights from the Microsoft Tay Machine-to-Human Conversations

As explained in the earlier publication “White-Box versus Black-Box Artificial Intelligence”, Black-Box AI can use Machine Learning to enable evolutionary change without being explicitly programmed. One of the weaknesses with uncontrolled machine learning within a free flowing environment is that Learn more
User Generated Interactive Content: Volatility is the new norm so let’s change how we think about productivity

User Generated Interactive Content: Volatility is the new norm so let’s change how we think about productivity

The word volatility means the state is liable to change rapidly and unpredictably. From a global perspective the continued acceleration of change is collapsing the time to market for new products and services. The boundaries between different industries are blurring Learn more

User Generated Interactive Content: White-Box versus Black-Box Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence (AI) as defined by the Oxford Dictionary is the “the theory and development of computer systems able to perform tasks normally requiring human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making, and translation between languages.”. One specific area Learn more

User Generated Interactive Content – Another dimension of Health Economics to consider

It seems to me that Health Economics needs to understand far better the ‘cost, benefit, quality adjusted life years and risk adjustments’ of procedure interventions to determine the impact of Choices, Pathways and Outcomes, in the way we all make Learn more

User Generated Interactive Content – Harnessing the digitalisation of conversation

There is a noticeable market shift towards conversations between machines and humans, which is being driven by Apple’s Siri, Google’s Now, Microsoft’s Cortana and Amazon’s Echo across multiple touchpoints. Machine-to-Human conversations are increasingly happening ‘everywhere’ as technology chips become pervasive Learn more

Df2020 Author: My first experience

For those who are new to Df2020 I have written a bit about my first experience, hopefully this should help your learning process and enable you to start creating your own ‘User Generated Interactive Content’ – Good Luck! When I Learn more

Why Knowledge Management Often Fails

This video is by Alan Frost from Knowledge Management Tools that explains why knowledge management often fails. The first reason is that knowledge is often ill-defined with a significant gap between IT and Business people. As a subject Knowledge Management Learn more

Knowledge Management Strategy: vision, purpose and value generation in an era of social learning

This video is by Jose Carlos Tenorio Favero, Head of Knowledge Management and Training, GyM S.A. (Grupo Graña y Montero, Peru). Jose presents a framework for Knowledge Management that is aligned with the business strategy, operational and support levels. His Learn more

The ESRG Group announces an investment in technology start-up Df2020

The ESRG Group celebrates a successful collaboration, following its investment in new technology start-up Df2020. Forged through an existing business relationship between Df2020’s John Rawlings and ESRG’s David Evans, the backing was agreed during developmental stages, based on a viable Learn more

The future of knowledge management

This video is by David Griffiths, PhD, CMgr FCMI, FCIEA, Founder, Director and Principal Consultant of K3-Cubed Ltd and lectures at the University of Edinburgh. He believes knowledge is a critical intangible and the need to manage knowledge is a long Learn more