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Undiscovered Public Knowledge and IA

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Undiscovered Public Knowledge and IA

  1. 1. Undiscovered Public Knowledge & IA
  2. 2. @JimKalbach Principal UX Designer Citrix LIS Degree Rutgers University
  3. 3. How we can use IA Thinking to make the world a better place
  4. 4. How we can use IA Thinking to make the world a better place
  5. 5. Physical World Subjective Reality Objective Knowledge YOU ARE HERE
  6. 6. Knowledge can be public, yet undiscovered, if independently created fragments are logically related, but never retrieved, brought together, and interpreted.
  7. 7. Dietary Fish Oil Raynaud„s disease
  8. 8. Literature-based discovery “Imagine that the pieces of a puzzle are independently designed and created, and that, when retrieved and assembled, they then reveal a pattern – undesigned, unintended, and never before seen.“ DON SWANSON “Undiscovered Public Knowledge“
  9. 9. How we can use IA Thinking to make the world a better place
  10. 10. How we can use IA Thinking to make the world a better place
  11. 11. SWANSON Retrieval Assembly Patterns Interpretation IA THINKING = = = = Findability Structure Relationships Sense Making …to solve problems for people
  12. 12. Big Data Volume – Large amounts Variety – Different types Velocity – Constantly changing
  13. 13. Big Data needs Big Judgment
  14. 14. Having the right tools to create and interpret data displays is also vital. Half of all employees find that information from corporate sources is in an unusable format. The best companies avoid this problem by deploying improved information filtering and better visualization.
  15. 15. Big Data needs Big Tools
  16. 16. 1. Representation
  17. 17. LinkedIn Maps
  18. 18. 2. Interaction
  19. 19. 3. „“Aboutness“
  20. 20. Categories!
  21. 21. Semantic Search
  22. 22. 4. Time
  23. 23. Hans Rosling
  24. 24. Big Data needs Big Tools 1. Representation 2. Interaction 3. “Aboutness“ 4. Time
  25. 25. • “Data scientists make discoveries while swimming in data. • They are able to bring structure to large quantities of formless data and make analysis possible. • They are creative in displaying information visually and making the patterns they find clear and compelling.”
  26. 26. The value of expertise is diminished in a world dominated by two trends: the accelerating pace of innovation and the ubiquity of information. July 2012
  27. 27. The goal must be to expand ourselves beyond one field of focus and use our improved access to information to solve the … challenges we face as an interconnected, global society. I believe the time is now…to embolden those disruptive individuals to help innovate our way out of the significant challenges our planet faces today. NAVEEN JAIN
  28. 28. Physical World Subjective Reality Objective Knowledge YOU ARE HERE
  29. 29. IA THINKING Findability Structure Relationships Sense Making IA INNOVATION > > > > Hypothesis Discovery Meaning Decision …to solve problems for people and to make the world a better place.
  30. 30. Thank You Jim.Kalbach@Gmail.com www.experiencinginformation.com

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