Whatever happens to cross my desk or mind on teaching, intelligence or teaching intelligence
I would change "data" to "information" and "information" to "intelligence" but other than that, I like this cake!
(Hat tip to Nimalan Paul for the link)
Image by EpicGraphic
Kristan J. Wheaton
Is this the cover for the "Analyst's Cookbook Vol 2?"
Is the product of the intelligence process knowledge?
For what it's worth, I just completed my dissertation exploring the philosophy of data (and how different people understand the nature of data differently.) And I cover a number of different hierarchies of data, information, and knowledge. This image makes me twitch. :)
Brian,I took a look at the first couple of pages and the abstract of your dissertation and I agree it looks interesting. I look forward to reading it.Anonymous,I think the product of the intelligence process is intelligence (or, if you prefer, at the high end of it, an estimate). You raise a good point, though. What should we call it once intelligence is consumed? What adjective describes the condition we hope to find the decisionmaker in once he/she has eaten the product of the intelligence process? Knowledgeable? Enlightened? Kris
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