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Knowledge Sharing in the Networked World of the Internet of Things 
Lee Rainie - @lrainie 
Director, Internet, Science, an...
Carla Hesse - Stanford historian: 
“Knowledge is no longer that which is contained in space, but that which passes through...
What the Internet of Things will do to/for you 
•Expands the building blocks of knowledge 
•Balloons the places where know...
So … knowledge managers are now in: 
•The data / computer science business 
•The artificial intelligence / algorithms busi...
Networked knowledge in organizations A four-part harmony 
1.Networked individuals 
2.Networked information 
3.Networked wo...
Networked knowledge in organizations A four-part harmony 
1.Networked individuals
Networked Individualism 
The move to looser, far-flung networks
Networked knowledge in organizations A four-part harmony 
1.Networked individuals 
2.Networked information
The nature of networked information 
•Pervasively generated 
•Pervasively consumed 
•Personal via new filters 
•Participat...
Networked knowledge in organizations A four-part harmony 
1.Networked individuals 
2.Networked information 
3.Networked wo...
Traditional “fishbowl” --- Networked “switchboard” 
•All work in same room 
•Densely-knit, direct connections 
•Most inter...
Networked work: Balance sheet 
Assets 
•Surfaces extra information 
•Applies talents where needed 
•Multiple perspectives ...
Networked knowledge in organizations A four-part harmony 
1.Networked individuals 
2.Networked information 
3.Networked wo...
Knowledge value moves from stocks to flows – The Power of Pull – John Hagel, John Seely Brown, Lang Davison
Networked knowledge in organizations … Enabled by four tech revolutions 
1.Internet / broadband 
2.Mobile 
3.Social networ...
Our inspirer
Our ‘news peg’
Survey 6 – 2013-4 
–November 25–January 13 
–2,551 respondents 
•19% research scientist 
•10% authors, editors, journalist...
Digital Life in 2025 
This is an open-ended question allowing you to make your own prediction about the role of the Intern...
The Internet will become ‘like electricity’ — less visible, yet more deeply embedded in people’s lives for good and ill
"A Day of Glass" - Corning https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZkHpNnXLB0
The Internet of Things Will Thrive by 2025 
The evolution of embedded devices and the Internet/Cloud of Things —As billion...
Future of Internet of Things 
Yes – widespread and beneficial 
83% 
No 
17%
It‘s the next revolution. Upsides: enhanced health, convenience, productivity, safety, and vastly more useful information....
The rollout
BODY
Check on baby – wearable monitor
Get most of your meds – pill sensor
Monitor family member
HOMES
Heat your home efficiently – smart thermostat
Make sure oven is off – smart outlets
Track down lost keys - tags
Keep your plants alive
COMMUNITIES
Streets clean
Parking
Pollution warnings
Share your findings – ‘aircasting’
ENVIRONMENT
Track water
Help protect wildlife
Get advanced warning – mudslide detection
Know the variables
Stop the bleeding
Industry and logistics
Maintain and repair
Stop guessing
Monitor
Keep track of your assets
Hopeful theses 
1) Information sharing over the Internet will be effortlessly interwoven into daily life. 
2) Artificial i...
Downbeat theses 
1) The realities of this data-drenched world raise substantial concerns about privacy and people’s abilit...
Downbeat theses (con’t) 
4) Pressured by these changes, governments and corporations will try to assert power as they invo...
So … knowledge managers are now in: 
•The data / computer science business 
•The artificial intelligence / algorithms busi...
Be not afraid
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Knowledge Sharing in the Networked World of the Internet of Things

Many experts say the rise of embedded and wearable computing will bring the next revolution in digital technology. They say the upsides are enhanced health, convenience, productivity, safety, and more useful information for people/organizations. At KMWorld Confererence, Lee Rainie shares the latest findings from Pew Research about the internet and puts it into organizational context with the expanding Inter­net of Things.

Knowledge Sharing in the Networked World of the Internet of Things

  1. 1. Knowledge Sharing in the Networked World of the Internet of Things Lee Rainie - @lrainie Director, Internet, Science, and Technology research Pew Research Center KMWorld Conference 11.6.14
  2. 2. Carla Hesse - Stanford historian: “Knowledge is no longer that which is contained in space, but that which passes through it, like a series of vectors, each having direction and duration yet without precise location or limit…. “In the future, it seems, there will be no fixed canons of texts and no fixed epistemological boundaries between disciplines, only paths of inquiry, modes of integration, and moments of encounter.”
  3. 3. What the Internet of Things will do to/for you •Expands the building blocks of knowledge •Balloons the places where knowledge originates •Changes the processes of creating knowledge •Changes your capacity to gain knowledge •Changes your ability to dispense knowledge •Changes the value of knowledge •Changes the velocity of knowledge creation
  4. 4. So … knowledge managers are now in: •The data / computer science business •The artificial intelligence / algorithms business •The augmented reality business •The virtual reality business •The Taxonomies 2.0 business •The media analytics business •The social outreach and input business
  5. 5. Networked knowledge in organizations A four-part harmony 1.Networked individuals 2.Networked information 3.Networked workplaces 4.Networked enterprises
  6. 6. Networked knowledge in organizations A four-part harmony 1.Networked individuals
  7. 7. Networked Individualism The move to looser, far-flung networks
  8. 8. Networked knowledge in organizations A four-part harmony 1.Networked individuals 2.Networked information
  9. 9. The nature of networked information •Pervasively generated •Pervasively consumed •Personal via new filters •Participatory / social / spreadable •Linked / scaled •Continually edited / context changed •Real-time / just-in-time •Timeless / searchable •Given meaning via networks & algorithms
  10. 10. Networked knowledge in organizations A four-part harmony 1.Networked individuals 2.Networked information 3.Networked workplaces
  11. 11. Traditional “fishbowl” --- Networked “switchboard” •All work in same room •Densely-knit, direct connections •Most interactions within a small group •Frequent contact; recurrent interactions •Long-tie duration •Mentoring by co-located workmates •Repetitive tasks, deskilling •Power array: top of the hierarchy •Each works separately •Sparsely-knit, not know each other •Many people contacted in multiple workplaces •Variable, changing frequency of contact •Switching with multiple ties •Less mentoring, harder to learn tacit knowledge •Multiple tasks, added skilling •Power array: Betweenness Centrality
  12. 12. Networked work: Balance sheet Assets •Surfaces extra information •Applies talents where needed •Multiple perspectives on solutions •More fluid and nimble •Potentially more innovative Debits •Trust •Focus •Coordination •Loyalty •Extra effort •Institutional memory lapses
  13. 13. Networked knowledge in organizations A four-part harmony 1.Networked individuals 2.Networked information 3.Networked workplaces 4.Networked enterprises
  14. 14. Knowledge value moves from stocks to flows – The Power of Pull – John Hagel, John Seely Brown, Lang Davison
  15. 15. Networked knowledge in organizations … Enabled by four tech revolutions 1.Internet / broadband 2.Mobile 3.Social networking and media 4.The emergent Internet of Things
  16. 16. Our inspirer
  17. 17. Our ‘news peg’
  18. 18. Survey 6 – 2013-4 –November 25–January 13 –2,551 respondents •19% research scientist •10% authors, editors, journalists •9% entrepreneurs, biz leader •8% tech developers •8% activists •7% futurists, consultants •2% legislators, lawyers •2% pioneers http://bit.ly/OgpZkS Digital Life in 2025 The Internet of Things Will Thrive by 2025 Net Threats by 2025 AI, robotics and the future of jobs Killer apps in the gigabit age Cyber attacks likely to increase
  19. 19. Digital Life in 2025 This is an open-ended question allowing you to make your own prediction about the role of the Internet in people’s lives in 2025 and the impact it will have on social, economic and political processes. Good and/or bad, what do you expect to be the most significant overall impacts of our uses of the Internet on humanity between now and 2025?
  20. 20. The Internet will become ‘like electricity’ — less visible, yet more deeply embedded in people’s lives for good and ill
  21. 21. "A Day of Glass" - Corning https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZkHpNnXLB0
  22. 22. The Internet of Things Will Thrive by 2025 The evolution of embedded devices and the Internet/Cloud of Things —As billions of devices, artifacts, and accessories are networked, will the Internet of Things have widespread and beneficial effects on the everyday lives of the public by 2025?
  23. 23. Future of Internet of Things Yes – widespread and beneficial 83% No 17%
  24. 24. It‘s the next revolution. Upsides: enhanced health, convenience, productivity, safety, and vastly more useful information. Downsides: privacy challenges, over-hyped expectations, tech complexity, lagging human adaptation to new realities. The Internet of Things Will Thrive by 2025
  25. 25. The rollout
  26. 26. BODY
  27. 27. Check on baby – wearable monitor
  28. 28. Get most of your meds – pill sensor
  29. 29. Monitor family member
  30. 30. HOMES
  31. 31. Heat your home efficiently – smart thermostat
  32. 32. Make sure oven is off – smart outlets
  33. 33. Track down lost keys - tags
  34. 34. Keep your plants alive
  35. 35. COMMUNITIES
  36. 36. Streets clean
  37. 37. Parking
  38. 38. Pollution warnings
  39. 39. Share your findings – ‘aircasting’
  40. 40. ENVIRONMENT
  41. 41. Track water
  42. 42. Help protect wildlife
  43. 43. Get advanced warning – mudslide detection
  44. 44. Know the variables
  45. 45. Stop the bleeding
  46. 46. Industry and logistics
  47. 47. Maintain and repair
  48. 48. Stop guessing
  49. 49. Monitor
  50. 50. Keep track of your assets
  51. 51. Hopeful theses 1) Information sharing over the Internet will be effortlessly interwoven into daily life. 2) Artificial intelligence, augmented reality, wearable devices, and big data will make people more aware of their world and their own behavior – especially aid in health care. 3) The spread of the Internet will enhance global connectivity that fosters more planetary relationships and less ignorance. 4) An Internet-enabled revolution in education will spread more opportunities, with less money spent on real estate and teachers.
  52. 52. Downbeat theses 1) The realities of this data-drenched world raise substantial concerns about privacy and people’s abilities to control their own lives. The level of profiling and targeting will grow and amplify social, economic, and political struggles. 2) Dangerous divides between haves and have-nots may expand, resulting in resentment and possible violence. 3) Abuses and abusers will ‘evolve and scale.’ Human nature isn’t changing; there’s laziness, bullying, stalking, stupidity, pornography, dirty tricks, crime, and those who practice them have new capacity to make life miserable for others.
  53. 53. Downbeat theses (con’t) 4) Pressured by these changes, governments and corporations will try to assert power as they invoke security and cultural norms. 5) Humans and their organizations may not respond quickly enough to challenges presented by complex networks. 6) There will be complicated, unintended consequences: ‘We will live in a world where many things won’t work and nobody will know how to fix them.’
  54. 54. So … knowledge managers are now in: •The data / computer science business •The artificial intelligence / algorithms business •The augmented reality business •The virtual reality business •The Taxonomies 2.0 business •The media analytics business •The networking with ‘frenemies’ business
  55. 55. Be not afraid

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Many experts say the rise of embedded and wearable computing will bring the next revolution in digital technology. They say the upsides are enhanced health, convenience, productivity, safety, and more useful information for people/organizations. At KMWorld Confererence, Lee Rainie shares the latest findings from Pew Research about the internet and puts it into organizational context with the expanding Inter­net of Things.

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