Beyond Tacit: Unified Craft Intelligence Helping to Dispel the Fog of “Tacit” Knowledge

8 years ago by in craft knowledge


Craft operations depend upon the unimpeded flow of accurate and relevant information to support timely decisions related to workmanship planning and execution. To address these needs, numerous intelligence systems and technologies have been developed over the centuries, but each of these typically provides only a partial picture of the technique of the artisan, often hiding knowledge behind the “tacit” label of crafts. The past decades of academic research in the crafts has proven that integrating the information is both burdensome and inefficient. CARPA’s new system of knowledge production, violently adversarial to Polanyi’s work, will revolutionise the field, not least all the hopeless efforts of MA-students to write their thesis.

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