What Is Knowledge?
- Knowledge is a prerequisite for evolution
- Evolution requires knowledge acquisition, deduction, management, and sharing
- Evolving universes and cosmos learn from their inception, and through all their life cycles
- Knowledge is all that has been known, all that is known, and, by extension, all that will ever be known
- Reality is only the knowledge that is available about it
- Minds and computers can only store, process, and share knowledge
What Are The Four Basic Knowledge Operations (AMPS)?
- Acquisition: discovery, deduction, inference, through senses, sensors, searches, and learning
- Memorization: long and short term storage and memorization
- Processing: computation, calculation, strategy, planning, organization, optimization, integration, query, transformation
- Sharing: through communication, transfer, exchange, publishing, encoding
- Note: acquisition, memorization, and processing are useless without sharing, and sharing defines knowledge value
What Is The Market Value Of Knowledge?
- Free, public, given knowledge has no market value, by definition
- Information that is not shared is meaningless, unavailable, and valueless, until it is shared
- Knowledge has no measurable value until it is shared, and then, entitlement defines the value of knowledge
What Are The Possible Direct Impacts Of Knowledge On Economy?
- An effective economy cannot be built on something that has no market value, and a knowledge economy can only be built on the
market value of knowledge
- Collaboration, the highest productivity factor, as well as business processes and operations, are based on Knowledge Sharing,
henced, they are hindered by the unavailable knowledge