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Scholars Day 2008, Wednesday, April 9

Knowledge Creation

Throughout the years, human civilization has depended on knowledge. It is not just the presence of knowledge but the quality of knowledge that determine the fate of societies. The rise and fall of early civilizations can be attributed to their presence and lack of proper knowledge. Hence in the road to survival, advancement and betterment of our lives and society, it is imperative that we constantly seek new knowledge for our ever changing environment. This paper briefly analyzes the knowledge creation process through Wierzbicki and Nakamori's Shinakayana Systems approach. The five main elements of this approach which are Intelligence, Involvement, Imagination, Intervention and Integration are illustrated in this paper.

Presenter: Subin Sindurakar (Undergraduate Student)
Topic: Computer Science
Location: 102 Edwards
Time: 10:45 am (Session II)