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Knowledge Management to be disrupted by AI

Knowledge Management to be disrupted by AI

AI automation is coming and it is coming to automate ideas, synthesised thought out things and summarising discussions.

This will mean humans have to skill up on the ability to reflect and understand patterns.  As a result these 12 skills are what will be required in the future.


  • Desire to know more of the world and it’s people extending comfort zone
  • Embraces the discovery of how, what and why things happeCommunication Skills
  • Able to say the right things in the right way at the right time
  • Can articulate complex ideas to share insights & research findings

Cultural Humility

  • Ongoing process of self-exploration & critique
  • Seeks to understand new cultures to learn from others.

Dealing with Ambiguity

  • Tolerance for grey areas
  • Can decide & handle risk & uncertainty whilst able to make sound judgements

Analytical Enquiry

  • The ability to interrogate data effectively to ask and answer meaningful questions.

Critical Thinking

  • Separate fact from opinion, question & evaluate, seeking evidence
  • Develop well supported arguments

Emotional Intelligence

  • Capacity to understand human emotions
  • Able to exercise concern anad empathy for others.


  • Able to connect possibilities with process across disciplines.
  • Facilitation of diverse groups

Creative Thinking

  • The ability to conceive innovative solutions to new challenges
  • Able to find multiple ways to achieve a goaS

Ethics and Sustainability

  • Pursuit of Ethical values to contributes positively to society
  • Concern for community and the future health of the planet

AI Literacy

  • Knowing what you don’t know How to use AI to acquire knowledge, determine accuracy

Adaptable to Change

  • Being open to new methodologies, frequent changes
  • Attitude of lifelong learning




The Retro-Futurism of AI: A Glimpse Into the Compute Revolution

The Retro-Futurism of AI: A Glimpse Into the Compute Revolution


I did my undergraduate IT degree in the 1980s,  A time of big hair, and bold fashion, and in my second year in 1984 we were told that we were the first cohort to learn about this new technology and that it would change the world.
Back then computing was all BATCH processing on mainframes, but REAL TIME programming ushered in a new wave of architecture to allow transactions to be updated in real-time.

It kind of did – through automating INFORMATION (informed data). Fast forward to today, and we’re on the cusp of another monumental shift, this time in the realm of KNOWLEDGE efficiency, all thanks to Artificial Intelligence (AI).

So, what’s the big deal about AI and its insatiable appetite for COMPUTE power – perhaps very soon the most precious commodity in the world?
To simply AI technology, Imagine a towering four-layer cake:

  • CHIPS  At its base, Chips that power everything.
  • INFRASTRUCTURE, think massive computer rooms.
  • MODELS The third layer consists of Models like ChatGPT, Copilot, Gemini, Claude, and Grok
  • APPS Topped off with Apps, from image creation to role-playing games.

Nvidia might currently be leading the charge with AI chips, but tech giants like Google, Elon Musk’s ventures, and Facebook are hot on their heels, crafting their versions of smart AI chips.

In a nostalgic twist, we’re witnessing a return to the mainframe era, albeit in a modern guise. Microsoft and OpenAI recently threw their hats into the ring with a jaw-dropping announcement: a $100 billion project to construct a supercomputer dubbed Stargate. This behemoth, set to be completed in 5-6 years, promises to be a game-changer for training future iterations of GPT models.


But here’s a plot twist – these supercomputers, with their gargantuan appetite for power, can’t be confined to a single region. The energy demands are astronomical, to the point where discussions about nuclear energy as a power source are on the table. Many are suggesting that these new supercomputers will have to be housed next to nuclear power plants.  Check out the insights on this at Carbon Countdown: AI’s $10 Billion Rise in Power Use Explodes Data Center Emission

On the positive side, by 2028, we’re looking at chips that are ten times more efficient to run machines like Stargate, as detailed at IEEE Spectrum: Trillion-Transistor GPU


Now, $100 billion might sound like a king’s ransom, but for Microsoft, which owns 49% of  OpenAI, it’s just another day at the office.
Meanwhile, OpenAI’s CEO, Sam Altron, is on a mission to raise $7 trillion for AI chip manufacturing,

This technological renaissance, while echoing the mainframe era, is essentially cloud-based. As we stand on the brink of this compute revolution, one can’t help but ponder the implications of such concentrated power in the hands of Big Tech.  Open AI just announced an update to their voice Engine which allows AI cloning after only a few sentences.

One key issue is the massive energy requirements for AI super computers. The Energy Agency suggests that  current data center energy usage stands at around 460 terawatt hours in 2022 and could increase to between 620 and 1,050 TWh in 2026 — equivalent to the energy demands of Sweden or Germany, respectively.  This paper breaks it down by AI task.  Google is using Geo-thermal energy to power it’s Nevada data centres in order to become carbon neutral by 2030.

Will they usher in an era of innovation and progress, or are we heading towards a dystopian future à la George Orwell’s 1984?
The Open AI Safety policies and their voluntary commitments seem like a good start, but can they provide adequate governance for a technology that is advancing so rapidly?
Only time will tell, but one thing’s for sure – we’re not in the ’80s anymore.

Top 5 Fast Essay Writing Tools in 2024

Top 5 Fast Essay Writing Tools in 2024

As a student, balancing college tasks while also working part-time, I’ve tried out a bunch of AI writing tools for the past few months and found my top 5 favorites. So, if you’re in the same boat perhaps dealing with a condition that affects your writing, struggling to think of new ideas for your research papers, or simply being a busy person like me, juggling a job and studying and needing some help then these top 5 picks can save you time. Let’s start our list.

Blainy: Blainy is an AI writing tool that you can use to write your essays, assignments, research papers, and notes, utilizing its amazing features like suggestions, AI automation, citations, paraphrasing, built-in plagiarism checker, and AskBlainy. You can use all of its features for free on a daily basis as they give out credits daily, but if you want to purchase their paid plan, it’s $20 per month and $144 annually. And my rating for blainy will be 4.9/5.

MyStylus: MyStylus is a good academic writing tool that you can use to write essays, assignments and research papers. It uses smart technology to improve your writing style and fix mistakes. You can try it for free or choose from paid plans starting at $19.95/month. It’s easy to use and helps make your writing better. But remember, some of the best features come with paid plans. And my rating for MyStylus will be 4.6/5.

LumenWriter: LumenWriter is an AI tool for academic writing. It helps with content generation, research, and paper organization. While pricing is pending, its AI features simplify writing and support various academic tasks. Its key strength is combining content generation and research tools, making it valuable for students and researchers aiming to enhance writing efficiency and quality. My rating for LumenWriter is 4.5/5.

ChatGPT: We are all familiar with ChatGPT. It is a flexible and affordable language generation tool, perfect for creative writing tasks. While it does not write in user-friendliness and responsiveness so it may lack precision for academic writing. Overall, it’s a valuable tool for various language generation needs. I mostly use it for grammar correction, some new ideas, and so on. My rating for ChatGpt is 4.4/5.

Closerscopy: It is an AI-powered copywriting software designed to simplify the process of creating high-quality content. You can write your essays, assignments, research papers, articles, blogs and more on it. It’s a good tool but its very expensive so that’s why I don’t prefer it that much but overall its a good tool. It’s monthly price is 49.99$. My rating for this one is 4.4/5.


Hypothetical Art Forms from the future

Hypothetical Art Forms from the future

Form NameDescriptionExample
Virtual Reality PerformanceA live performance that takes place in a fully immersive virtual reality environment, allowing performers and audience members to interact with each other in a digital space.Link
AI-Generated ArtArt created entirely by artificial intelligence, using deep learning algorithms to generate original pieces that reflect human artistic preferences and styles.Link
Biodegradable ArtArt pieces made from biodegradable materials such as organic matter or recycled plastic, creating a sustainable and eco-friendly form of artistic expression.Link
Climate Data ArtArt pieces that use data visualizations to represent climate change and environmental data, raising awareness of the impact of human activity on the planet.Link
Quantum Computing ArtArt pieces that use quantum computing to create complex and intricate visuals, taking advantage of the unique properties of quantum mechanics to create unique and intricate patterns.Link
Robotic ArtArt pieces created using robotic technology, with robots serving as the artists or assistants in the creative process.Link
Augmented Reality InstallationAn installation that uses augmented reality technology to create an interactive and immersive experience, allowing the viewer to see hidden elements or interact with the art in new ways.Link
BioartArt pieces that incorporate living organisms, such as bacteria or plants, to create unique and interactive pieces that evolve over time.Link
Nanotechnology ArtArt pieces that use nanotechnology to manipulate materials at the molecular level, creating intricate and detailed structures that would be impossible to create with traditional methods.Link
Brain-Computer Interface ArtArt pieces that use brain-computer interface technology to create an interactive and immersive experience, allowing the viewer to control elements of the art with their thoughts.Link
Haptic ArtArt pieces that use haptic feedback to create an immersive and interactive experience for the viewer, allowing them to touch and feel the art.Link
Light ArtArt pieces that use light and colour to create dynamic and immersive visual experiences.Link
Interactive Textile ArtArt pieces made from interactive textiles that respond to touch or movement, creating a tactile and sensory experience for the viewer.Link
Smart Material ArtArt pieces created using smart materials such as shape-memory alloys or electroactive polymers, which can change shape or colour in response to different stimuli.Link
Sound ArtArt pieces that use sound and music to create immersive and interactive experiences for the viewer.Link
Projection MappingAn art form that uses 3D projection technology to create dynamic and immersive visual experiences on buildings, sculptures, or other surfaces.Link
Mixed Reality SculptureSculptures created using mixed reality technology, which allows the viewer to interact with the sculpture in a virtual environment.Link
Brainwave ArtArt pieces that use EEG sensors to read the viewer’s brainwaves and create visuals that correspond to their thoughts and emotions.Link
Drone ArtArt pieces created using drones, which can create intricate aerial displays and light shows that can be synchronized with music or other artistic elements.Link
Magnetic PaintingPaintings made of magnetic particles that can be rearranged and manipulated by the viewer, creating a personalized and interactive experience for the viewer.Link