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Intelligent Internet Knowledge Networks: Processing of Concepts and Wisdom
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0471788562, Hardcover)Introducing the basic concepts in total program control of the intelligent agents and machines, Intelligent Internet Knowledge Networks explores the design and architecture of information systems that include and emphasize the interactive role of modern computer/communication systems and human beings. Here, you’ll discover specific network configurations that sense environments, presented through case studies of IT platforms, electrical governments, medical networks, and educational networks.
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"This book introduces wisdom, virtue, values, and ethics within the context of processing data, information, knowledge, and intelligence. The author sets forth a new approach for designing information systems that emphasizes the interaction of modern computers and communication systems with human beings.". "In the past, computer system designers and network planners have ignored the knowledge, wisdom, and values that are an essential part of society. This book introduces "wisdom machine," which scans large amounts of Internet data and applies artificial intelligence strategies to filter the data and derive initial knowledge bases. These knowledge bases are reprocessed with human oversight to discover underlying axioms of wisdom and then evaluated to identify a value structure that leads to the greatest benefits to society.". "Intelligent Internet Knowledge Networks is a text that expands your vision of how computers can be programmed and designed. This is a must-read for all students, researchers, engineers, and executives interested in exploring the potential of the next generation of computers and how they will benefit both their organizations and society."--BOOK JACKET.
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