Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge Management

Common Ground Research Networks
Armando Paladino, Mansureh Kebritch
Presentation Date: 
Friday, May 26, 2017
Event or Conference: 
International Conference on Technology, Knowledge & Society
Presentation Type: 
Paper Presentation
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Presentation Location: 
chesnut conference center
university of toronto
toronto,
Canada
Notes: 
Artificial Intelligence, Knowledge Management, Semantic Web, Expert Systems, Computer Agents
Abstract: 
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the branch of computer science that tries to emulate human intelligence in a computer. A variety of research has been performed in the field that aims to make computers perform like the human brain. Knowledge Management is concerned with the exploitation and development of the knowledge assets of an organization with views to further the organization’s objectives. The extraction of knowledge management using AI is becoming a major topic for research; however, the information is spread everywhere with no clear links to help researchers to put the dots together. This content analysis explored application, current, and future trends in using AI for knowledge management. The review revealed different tendencies and methodologies to make it more clearly for researchers to associate knowledge management extraction and AI. The review found a tendency to use Computer Agents and Artificial Neural Networks, although Expert Systems are also used.