Data in the Wild: A KM Approach to Doing a Census Without Asking Anyone and the Issue of Privacy

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2019-01-08
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Kelly, James
Jennex, Murray
Abhari, Kaveh
Durcikova, Alexandra
Frost, Eric
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Knowledge Societies strive to better their citizens by maximizing services while minimizing costs. One of the more expensive activities is conducting a census. This paper explores the feasibility of conducting a smart census by using a knowledge management strategy of focusing on actionable intelligence and the use of open source data sources to conduct a national census. Both technical and data privacy feasibility is discussed.
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Knowledge Management and Information Security, Knowledge Innovation and Entrepreneurial Systems, Actionable Intelligence, Knowledge Management Strategy, Open Source Data, Privacy
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