I suppose to a certain degree, we as humans are inadvertently forced to map new neural pathways to repurpose tacit and codified knowledge based on popularity and “in the now” necessity. Added to that, the gargantuan task of filtering information is another reason why its a hit/miss scenario.

I am all for AI handling the decision making of what’s important and what’s not. However, its still about who relevance to the vertical you are in. The old Garbage in, Garbage out is still relevant today.

Right now, its those consultants that have to reshape and redesign information assets, all while following what the world deems viable in a knowledge economy.

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Azure and Office Servers MVP | Speaker | Blogger | Podcaster | Evangelist

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