I-KNOW’09 – the know-Center loads to Graz, to ‘Dark side of knowledge management and Web 2.0’ to figure out the five experts. Graz, July 2009: The I-KNOW ‘ 09, Europe’s leading conference for knowledge management and knowledge technologies, organized a panel discussion with five internationally renowned professors from Germany, Switzerland and Austria, to explore the dark side of knowledge management and Web 2.0. With such a discussion, we dare an academic initiative to discuss issues like lack of privacy and the transparency of people and information thereby generated. Also in the future Internet will represent a major challenge compliance with this socio technical phenomena\”, so Professor Tochtermann, Managing Director of the know-Center. \”It discuss Prof. Andrea Back (University St.
Gallen), an expert in e-learning and Web 2.0, as well as editor of the prestigious monograph Web 2.0 in business practice\”, Prof. emerit Herbert Kraus (University Graz), Member of the Advisory Board of Schmalenbachgesellschaft and editor of numerous books on corporate management, personnel and organizational management, Prof. Hermann Maurer (Technical University of Graz), longtime Dean of the Faculty of computer science, inventor of the Austrian screen text terminals MUPID, winner of the Austrian Honorary cross for science and art, and Prof. Christa Womser-hacker (Hildesheim University), Professor of applied information sciences, under the technical direction of Prof. Klaus Tochtermann, Managing Director of the know-Center, Austria’s competence center for knowledge management and Professor of knowledge management at the Technical University of Graz. In addition to this Panel discussion the participants in the I-KNOW expect around 30 German-language lectures by experts and experts from companies by APA on Nokia ‘ 09 practice Forum Xohana. So, for example, Mrs Waltraud Wiedermann, GF of the APA-defacto, will speak about semantic search in media archives. Martin Gamboa, Head of retail, Alps-Southeast Europe by Nokia, reported the change triggered by Web 2.0 at Nokia. Herwig Rollett, founder of the Austrian Start-Ups XOHANA, talks about the benefits of Web X.