No todo conocimiento puede codificarse

Reconocemos que no todo conocimiento puede codificarse.
(La complejidad del conocimiento: el conocimiento tacito frente al explicito. p. 37)

Smart Things to Know About Knowledge Management
Thomas M. Koulopoulus and Carl Frappaolo

Knowledge Management, 2nd Edition
Carl Frappaolo
March 2006, Capstone


The DBpedia Ontology

The DBpedia Ontology (2014)
accessed: January 3, 2015

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Stanford, June 2012





Merriam-Webster Medical Dictionary




intramembranous ossification

There are multiple grand truths

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00:40 cognition as a service
02:05 programatic computing
04:00 in congnitive systems, there is no absolute outcome
05:00 the grand truth
05:40 context is key. You can have multiple grand truths, depending on the situation. Vampires are real in certain contexts, but they’re not in others.

“… the data, which in the end would form the ‘grand truth’ that Watson would regard as baseline facts.”

There seems to be no term in the NN literature for the set of all cases that you want to be able to generalize to. Statisticians call this set the “population”. Tsypkin (1971) called it the “grand truth distribution,” but this term has never caught on.
Tsypkin, Y. (1971), Adaptation and Learning in Automatic Systems, NY: Academic Press.

the notion of context as a critical feature to understanding anything. Bateson (1979) was adamant in making the point that “without context, words and actions have no meaning at all” (p. 16).
Words and actions need to be situated in one or more relevant and meaningful contexts, in order to develop any degree of complex understandings.
The use of metapatterns for research into complex systems of teaching, learning, and schooling. Part II: Applications.
Bloom, Jeffrey W., & Volk, Tyler. (2007).
Complicity: An International Journal of Complexity and Education. 4(1): 45—68.