THE Networking Conference for industry and academia – celebrates its 10th anniversary this year and impressed with the topics of knowledge management, Enterprise 2.0, social media, semantic technologies, etc. Graz, 27 August 2010: Heuer sets the I-KNOW the bar again later, when it comes to prepare the increasing convergence of knowledge management, Web 2.0 and semantic technologies scientifically sound for the practice profitable. Nearly 400 registered participants in favour of the enormous popularity of the I-KNOW in science and industry. Again, also the I-KNOW 2010 boasts renowned international Keynotern and Keynoterinnen. Four English-speaking keynotes are the guiding framework to over 100 German – and English-language lectures in science and industry.
Marti A. Hearst (Professor School of information, UC Berkeley, United States) takes in her presentation the modern search engine landscape extensively under the magnifying glass. You presents new ideas and trends and derives from the search engine market in the future will look like. In the context of the current conflict between Google and China, a highly charged issue will be addressed in this presentation. Peter A. Gloor (researchers at the Center for collective intelligence at’s Sloan School of management”, United States) offers comprehensive insights in his keynote speech in his recent book on collaborative networks.
Productivity should be increased from Wissensarbeiter(n)innen in organizations through the use of collaborative networks. These networks create a structure which promotes creativity and the smooth exchange of ideas. The rapidly increasing number of ideas competitions on the Web highlights the importance of this topic. Marta Nagy-Roth tight ass (head of the Division “European Commission DG information society and media unit technologies for information management”, Luxembourg) gives a detailed overview of future activities of the European Commission in the field of semantic technologies and distributed knowledge management in their keynote. Rafael Sidi (Vice President of product management for Science direct, Elsevier) reported on the results of a long-term study of 3000 scientists to aspects which will significantly shape the future research were interviewed.