The Walled Gardens and the Wild Forests
Kirsten Winkler, expert on the new education entrepreneurs, makes an appeal for the knowledge graph.
As citizens we are becoming more and more transparent to each other. I won't rehash the whole controversy of checking Facebook profiles prior to job interviews or Eric Schmidt's suggestion to let people change their names when turning 18 to white wash their past.
What is the Knowledge Graph?
How is data collected?
Making use of the Knowledge Graph
Who could implement the Knowledge Graph today?
About Kirsten Winkler
Kirsten Winkler has been involved in the emerging field of educational entrepreneurship from day one. She is one the most experienced entrepreneurs in the sector and today is active as a journalist (she hosts EDUKWEST, a series of webcast interviews with education entrepreneurs, and blogs at www.kirstenwinkler.com), a consultant and an entrepreneur, working on her own products and services for the online education market.
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