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Ethical Quotient (EQ)

Facts that are useful become knowledge. It is simple to create the ability to access large amounts of facts. Google does this. We don’t consider Google to be intelligent, in fact, we don’t consider intelligent, a human being who does nothing but access large amounts of facts with no further reasoning involved. It is the …

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A Taxonomy of Knowledge

A taxonomy is a framework for organizing knowledge. They are usually designed with a range of top level categories that are selected with the intent of being able to absorb most new knowledge within the scope limits of the taxonomy. It’s an outline that attempts to anticipate future needs by creating a master set of …

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Knowledge Mapping

Knowledge is more than just facts. Knowledge references facts, but also includes references to context that make the facts more usable and even the ability to use the facts well. Knowledge generally implies some level of skill or mastery in using facts and that the facts are considered to be true. In order to map …

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