Computational Social Science Reading group
We have a number of reading groups happening across the Centre and it’s a key part of our cross-collaboration between our university partners Swinburne University of Technology and The University of Queensland. Great conversation in the Computational Social Science Reading group led by CIRES Postdoc Dr Hui Yin, PhD researchers Pa Pa Khin and Lufan […]
We have a number of reading groups happening across the Centre and it’s a key part of our cross-collaboration between our university partners Swinburne University of Technology and The University of Queensland.
Great conversation in the Computational Social Science Reading group led by CIRES Postdoc Dr Hui Yin, PhD researchers Pa Pa Khin and Lufan Zhang, and Dr Javad Pool, around AI-enabled knowledge sharing and learning.
Swinburne University of Technology, hosted our second Computational Social Science Reading group with the collaboration of colleagues at the University of Queensland, part of the ARC Training Centre for Information Resilience (CIRES).
Dr. Hui Yin leads the conversation today with a focus on a paper about knowledge management titled ” AI-enabled knowledge sharing and learning: redesigning roles and processes” (https://lnkd.in/g8xSTg3c). Pa Pa Khin gave a detailed introduction to this paper. This research paper provides a comprehensive framework for analyzing AI’s impact on various practices in knowledge management, and it uncovers the vital necessity of tailored AI-enabled knowledge management systems to cater to modern knowledge worker demands. We had a productive conversation about the role of AI in facilitating organizational knowledge sharing and learning, and how it can support knowledge management activities.
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