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High hopes at Carnegie Group for new initiative
Carnegie Group Inc.'s formal announcement last week concerning the formation of Initiative for Managing Knowledge Assets (IMKA) falls nicely into the company's strategy for change.
IMKA, a more than $10 million cooperative initiative between Carnegie Group, Digital Equipment Corp., Ford Motor Co., Texas Instruments Inc. and U.S. West Inc., will allow the companies to develop a knowledge-based product unlike any currently available.
Knowledge-based systems are a form of artificial intelligence that store human knowledge on a computer chip in chunks of facts. So, for example, an executive could preserve …