May 12, 2007

What is Knowledge??

People often confuse knowledge with information. Information is processed data that can exist within computers and can be transferred to everyone in our days.

Defining knowledge accurately is more difficult than defining information which can also be considered as a major difference. It is well agreed that knowledge is a structured combination of ideas, rules, procedures and information’s (Bhatt, 2000). Consequently knowledge can be seen as the ability of an individual giving meaning to the information provided to him. It is only through meaning that information find life and becomes knowledge.

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