Managing Knowledge With Artificial Intelligence
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Managing Knowledge With Artificial Intelligence

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by Kevin C. Desouza
     
 

In clear, readable language, consultant and researcher Kevin Desouza accomplishes an unlikely feat: explaining artificial intelligence to nonspecialists, in a way that experts will recognize and accept as correct and immediately applicable. Workers in knowledge management are relatively isolated from each other, businesspeople are still unconvinced that

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In clear, readable language, consultant and researcher Kevin Desouza accomplishes an unlikely feat: explaining artificial intelligence to nonspecialists, in a way that experts will recognize and accept as correct and immediately applicable. Workers in knowledge management are relatively isolated from each other, businesspeople are still unconvinced that artificial intelligence has much to offer, and engineers creating the latest algorithm or device seldom consider its value for businesspeople—Desouza seeks to change all that.

He maintains that knowledge will be traded like physical goods, and that businesses must leverage knowledge resources within its organizations to survive in a highly competitive marketplace. Introducing us the concepts and significance of knowledge management, he shows that incorporating artificial intelligence computer-based techniques into business settings can provide truly significant gains in productivity. This book is among the first of its kind to provide a comprehensive one-stop guide to the basics of knowledge management, plus a lucid explanation of A.I., and how to use it in almost all types of organizational settings.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781567204919
Publisher:
ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
Publication date:
07/30/2002
Pages:
270
Product dimensions:
6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.63(d)
Lexile:
1250L (what's this?)

Meet the Author

KEVIN C. DESOUZA is Research Associate with the Center for Research in Information Management, University of Illinois, Chicago. He lectures widely on topics in e-commerce, data warehousing, data management, and computer-based training, and has served in various managerial and technical capacities with organizations worldwide.

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Managing Knowledge With Artificial Intelligence 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Any reader who has a curiosity for knowledge management and artificial intelligence will enjoy ¿Managing Knowledge with Artificial Intelligence: An Introduction with Guidelines for Nonspecialists¿ written by Kevin C. Desouza. The book talks about a cutting edge topic in business ¿ how artificial Intelligence can aid knowledge management in organizations. The book covers this topic with an abundance of business examples from accounting, information systems, strategy, marketing, economics and finance with detailed explanations of artificial intelligence that ranges from expert systems to intelligent agents. Readers can use this book as a comprehensive introductory guide for knowledge management and artificial intelligence. The book also has a very unique target group ¿ non-specialists. Generally, it is hard to find a book written for non-specialists about this type of topic. The author accomplishes this task by using easy to understand language and by providing various illustrative business examples that any business professionals would be very familiar with. The book lets readers feel that the topic is easily understandable and lets them discover this new frontier by themselves. ¿Managing Knowledge with Artificial Intelligence¿ is amusing and highly recommended.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As I had Desouza as a professor for a course on knowledge management systems, I have seen parts of this material. Anyone who wants to learn the basics of AI and its applicability to KM should pick this one up
Guest More than 1 year ago
Knowing Desouza, he has a nac for writing simplistically yet emphatically. Hence, I would recommend the book. I have read selected chapters on neural networks and case based reasoning,they are well written.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A good introduction to the application of AI based methods to Knowledge Management. Desouza, argues that knowledge management can gain a lot from intelligent mechanisms.