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Q1、What is knowledge?


The broad definition of knowledge is divided into “Data, information, knowledge, and intelligence.” We will explain using the story of a boy wooing a girl

1. Data
When a boy wants to woo a girl, he has to collect data. These include: Names, locations she appears most often, when they first met. If he records all these, this is considered “data.”

2. Information
When you have more information, you can use quantitative and qualitative statistical and technical analyses. Maybe you can find out which restaurant the girl goes to dine when she appears in those locations, and you can even predict her work locations or service units. After analytical transformation, the data becomes “information.”

3. Knowledge
After obtaining sufficient information, you have to take necessary actions. Otherwise, you still have no chances of knowing this girl you have liked for quite some time, and no way to use the information. So, you have to think when is the appropriate time, what channels to use, and how to tell her how you feel, so she will know what you feel. Whether successful or not, the results and experience obtained from these necessary actions are called “knowledge.”

4. Intelligence
Even though you are fortunate to win her heart, there are some situations and problems faced during the relationship. How to make this relationship last? It must rely on personal experience, hypotheses, inferences, empirical evidence, and reviews. Together they form a thinking mode or way of getting along, called “intelligence.”