Debra Walker

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M.CAM, the knowledge underwriter – how to value intangible assets

When David Cameron and George Osborne went out to talk up Britain's economy before the release on 29 April of the GDP figures, they donned hard hats and hi-visibility overalls to announce a £36bn programme of road building, airport terminals, flood defences and wind turbines.<p>The link between …

So What The Heck Is The 'Social Graph' Facebook Keeps Talking About?

Zuckerberg is a genius. He helped the Internet evolve into what it is now.<p>But he couldn't have done it without you and your friends.<p>The success of Facebook comes down to the concept of the <b>social graph</b>.<p>The geeks explain it this way: It draws an edge between you and the people, places, and things you …

We’re witnessing the rise of the graph in big data

GraphLab, a popular open source project dedicated to graph analysis and machine learning, is trying to capitalize on the excitement around graphs by …

Graphs make headway, but simplicity is still a few hops away

Webscale companies such as Facebook, (s fb) Google, (s goog) and Netflix (s nflx) have come clean about how they use graph processing to quickly …

Jeff Weiner: LinkedIn Is Building A Massive Global 'Economic Graph'

LinkedIn has impressed Wall Street with its professional social network, but the company wants to have a much bigger impact globally, says LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner.<p>LinkedIn has close to a quarter billion members for its “professional graph” of people’s professional connections, but the long-term …

Gravity’s Amit Kapur Talks About the State of the “Interest Graph”

A few weeks ago, I had a nice chitchat with Amit Kapur, the co-founder and CEO of Los Angeles-based Gravity, the startup that is aimed at creating a …

The Eye in Your Home: Google, Nest and the Rise of the Physical Graph

Google's acquisition of Nest could be the most important development to ever happen in the nascent and horribly named field of the Internet of …

Content Curation and the Interest Graph: Delivering Context to the Consumer

In December, an article I wrote "Content Is King, But Distribution Is Queen and She Wears the Pants" was nominated and won an end-of-the-year contest for the best content marketing post of 2013. The contest was run by a new startup called ShareBloc, a new content distribution platform for …

One Year After Its Mega-Hyped Launch, Mark Zuckerberg Admits Graph Search Doesn't Work

Graph Search had a lot of promise. It was a social search bar that mined all of Facebook's content to answer questions such as "Which friends do X person and Y person have in common" and "which places did I visit in 2013."<p>But Graph Search proved complicated to use and faulty, and Facebook CEO Mark …

Google and the future of search: Amit Singhal and the Knowledge Graph

Thinking about Google over the last week, I have fallen into the typically procrastinatory habit of every so often typing the words "what is" or "what" or "wha" into the Google search box at the top right of my computer screen. Those prompts are all the omnipotent engine needs to inform me of the …

How Google is setting the new search standard with voice and knowledge graph

Google’s (s goog) search capabilities are king, and they’re getting richer now with features including the use of more powerful voice recognition on …

Is Google Actually "Knowledge"?

PBS Idea Channel smarty Mike Rugnetta attempts to deconstruct the definition of knowledge, and how the internet fits into our notion of it. "Having …

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Community

HPE Discover 2018<br>Las Vegas<br>June 19-21<p>A CEO's lessons learned from the 'Refinery of the Future'<p>Did you know HPE provides security risk guidance for …

Real wisdom is not the knowledge of everything,... • literary jukebox

Real wisdom is not the knowledge of everything, but the knowledge of which things in life are necessary, which are less necessary, and which are completely unnecessary to know. Among the most necessary knowledge is the knowledge of how to live well, that is, how to produce the least possible evil …

Delivering Exceptional Value Using Your Knowledge and Wisdom

In today’s net-enabled knowledge economy, simply being a data dispenser or an information source for clients is no longer enough. Because the …

The Truth About D.C.'s Growing Knowledge-Based Economy

Only people can let knowledge flow

The knowledge sharing paradox is that while sharing our knowledge is good for the organization, each individual has to see a personal benefit as …

MaRS Centre for Impact Investing launches new social finance Knowledge Hub - MaRS

At the MaRS Centre for Impact Investing, we want to empower communities, individuals and enterprises across Canada that are champing at the bit to do …

Google adds car facts, prices to its Knowledge Graph

Google announced today that it has added yet another new category to its ever-expanding Knowledge Graph service. Starting today, users can search the make, model, and year of a car to find out a variety of information, directly from the Google search page.<p>For instance, if you search “Tesla Model …

14 Ways to Acquire Knowledge: A Timeless Guide from 1936

The quest for intellectual growth and self-improvement through education has occupied yesteryear’s luminaries like Bertrand Russell and modern-day thinkers like Sir Ken Robinson and Noam Chomsky. In 1936, at the zenith of the Great Depression, the prolific self-help guru and famous eccentric <b>James</b> …

At Age 13, Wikipedia Has Reshaped the Knowledge Industry

If you look at the Wikipedia entry for Wikipedia, you'll learn the Internet's encyclopedia turned 13 Wednesday. In that time, the site has become a …

Every Worker Is a Knowledge Worker, Yes, But They Are Mostly Bored. What's Next?

• How many employees are on your P&L that are titled knowledge workers but are modern manual workers performing repeated mundane tasks optimal for automation?<br>• How many mistakes/errors are occurring, and what security and privacy risks are being introduce daily to your organization by humans conducting …

Insane Zombie Classification Chart Catalogs 350 Types of Zombies

The Wonderful World Of Whiskey, In One Boozy Chart

Now available from Pop Chart Lab, the Many Varieties of Whiskey print aims to chart the guiding lights of the whiskey world with the Brooklyn-based company’s customary aplomb. It categorizes and distills (forgive the pun) each type of whiskey down into groups, from scotch to bouron to single malt …

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