Asian Transactions on Basic & Applied Sciences
Volume: 01, Issue: 04, September 2011
Making sense of Knowledge Management (KM), Information Technology (IT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI): an Integrative Approach
Hala AbdulQader Sabri
Digital Object Identifier: ATBAS-50117046
Knowledge management (KM) has become well established in organization and management theory. In their enthusiastic quest in the field of knowledge management, organization theorists and information system developers however, mostly discussed knowledge management from one single perspective, overlooking the need to treating it from a multidisciplinary perspective, by means of relating it to different factors such as information technology (IT) and artificial intelligence (AI). This study aims to fill this gap. It seeks to examine the interrelationship between knowledge management, information technology and artificial intelligence. It argues that knowledge management is not just computer and information systems; it embodies organizational processes that seek to augment the creative, intelligent, and innovative capacity of human beings. Therefore, there are moral and ethical implications of artificial intelligences that need to be raised and discussed.
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The Heckscher-Ohlin Trade Theory and Technological Advantages: Evidence from Turkey and USA
Meltem Ince, Orkun Kozanoglu, Mehmet Hulusi Demir
Digital Object Identifier: ATBAS-50127046
Heckscher-Ohlin theory of international trade is one of the progresses to test factor endowments and production together. It is a basic long-run macroeconomic model in which factors are compared between countries. This paper considers two countries with the commodities in Heckscher-Ohlin model of international trade depending on the technological changes. The theory says that developing countries mainly export labor intensive products while developed countries generally export capital intensive products. Turkey’s major export products are textile and apparel. On the other hand, USA exports mainly vehicles, organic chemicals, electrical machinary and railway & tramway parts. Therefore, Turkey and USA are compared under the theory of Heckscher-Ohlin by measuring productivity and technological differences.
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