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Knowledge science is the study of knowledge formation and communication processes in organizations from
a socio-scientific perspective. Knowledge science investigates decision-making in groups from the viewpoint of cognitive science, and establishes information systems that support the creation and utilization of knowledge.

A knowledgebase is created  automatically by our cybernetic platform and identifies and organizes items such as genes, diseases, drugs, etc.  A knowledgeable is trained to look for relavant items in a spefici disease area or medical topic. There are several example knowledgebases that are updated daily on topics including meleanoma, multiple sclerosis and opioid addiction.

One advantage of using knowledgebases s is the ability to analyze diverse types of data and relationships, which Ingentium applies to our knowledge bases and these can be viewed in popular news readers like Apple News or Feedly, or received on a daily or weekly basis as email alerts.

A knowledgebase can also be used to create a knowledge graph where one or knowledgebases can be combined into a single and very powerful knowledge graph.

——— The 4 Components of Knowledge Science ———

Knowledge Technology

Encompassing classification, representation, modeling, identification, acquisition, searching, organization, storage, conversion, and dissemination.

Knowledge Management

Which covers three different, yet related, areas: knowledge assets, knowing processes, and knower relations.

Knowledge Discovery & Data Mining

Which combines databases, statistics, machine learning, and related areas to discover and extract valuable knowledge from large volumes of data.

Knowledge Synthesis

Involving knowledge justification and knowledge construction, which are important in solving real-life problems.