The 13th KMO Congress, demonstrated progress in the application of Artificial Intelligence to knowledge management systems.
These adaptive systems have become more interactive and have a greater capacity to manage both large data, and specific information in an agile and efficient manner. These new models are now beginning to include leadership or technology strategies such as blockchain, changing the way we work and develop our organizations.
The photos show some of the presentations in this field done by Alfonso Briones (BISITE Postdoct) and myself, within the framework of KMO.
With Lorna Uden, Jay Liebowitz, Distinguished Chair of Applied Business and Finance, Harrisburg University of Science and Technology and author of Knowledge management in theory and practice and Vesa Nissinen, author of Deep Leadership and Director of the Finnish Defense Forces Research Agency.
We’ve learned plenty over those days no doubt.