A curated list of amazingly awesome articles, people, projects, applications, software libraries and projects related to the knowledge management space in general, and in particular Contextualise, the (personal and collaborative) knowledge management application that I am developing.
The Living Library seeks to provide actionable knowledge on governance innovation. We identify for our core audience the “signal in the noise” by curating research, best practices, points of view, new tools, and developments. Spans topic areas from artificial intelligence, open data, and blockchain, to citizen science, open innovation, and civic technology. The platform has an international purview, with insights drawn from across the globe and relevant to a diversity of sectors. Research-based knowledge offerings. Appears to have some up-to-date data archived in some contexts.
A personal knowledge repository for PDF and web content supporting offline-first caching, annotations of HTML as well as PDFs, and flashcards. If it's a document of some kind, it can manage it, including allowing annotations. Keeps track of where you left off in a particular document. Everything is stored locally; Git can be used to sync repos. Tries to be cross-platform.
Client side uses Electron, server side uses node.js.
An open source semantic network (Creative Commons license) for AI and ML development. Semantic nets encode the meaning of words and concepts for information processing systems. Seems to encompass several spoken languages. Curated to avoid stereotypes. Still an active project. Data elements have a concept of external URLs, which link to other data sources with machine-parseable data related to that element.
A publisher reprinting rare, forgotten, and unusual texts. Download them as .pdfs or purchase them online. Many categories are represented, from epic sagas to classical fiction, drama to architecture, history to technology.
A wiki as well as a meta wiki that tries to unify different sources of information for the purposes of scholarship and easy citation. Claims that it goes back to primary sources for its constructions. Offers fact maps and topic trees, among other knowledge structures.
An interactive visual search engine. An interactive mind map that links to other mind maps as well as sites. Designed to be explored but can also be searched.
Public instance here: https://learn-anything.xyz/
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