The Data Flood

We mostly think of data as something we put in into the systems using electronic forms. Human operators pour in data all around the world. There is also data about data, which is what mostly computers do with their invisible algorithms, and then there is data generated by machines equipped with sensors that measure all... Continue Reading →

The Problem with Epistemology

While trying to explore the principles of creation of knowledge, I wanted to run an overview of the epistemology as a way of understanding knowledge from a philosophical perspective. As result of this mini-exercise am writing a brief overview with a few comments, followed by my brief personal critique of epistemology. What Is Epistemology? Philosophy as a... Continue Reading →

The Meaning of Knowing

    The Meaning of knowing has shifted from being able to remember and repeat information to being able to find and use it - Herbert Simon, Nobel Laureate

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