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Supporting the Human Side of Content Monitoring featuring Bill Ives and Thierry Hubert
 

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    Supporting the Human Side of Content Monitoring featuring Bill Ives and Thierry Hubert Supporting the Human Side of Content Monitoring featuring Bill Ives and Thierry Hubert Presentation Transcript

    • The Awareness Engine !"#$%&()$*+,#$-.$/-)0#)0$1-)+0-2+)3 4"&()5 !"+#226$%&7#208$92#:+,#)0$;$/<= >+??$@A#:8$*B9$-.$*-C+(?$1#,+($1(2D#E)3 1(2C"$FG8$FH55 Copyright © 2011 Darwin Ecosystem LLCThursday, March 24, 2011 1
    • Things That Make Us Smart: Defending Human Attributes In The Age Of The Machine Donald A. Norman Copyright © 2011 Darwin Ecosystem LLCThursday, March 24, 2011 2
    • Unforeseen Opportunities Thinking Dumbing-Down vs. Smarting-Up Telling Expected Outcome Copyright © 2011 Darwin Ecosystem LLCThursday, March 24, 2011 3
    • “It is the unforeseen that causes the greatest disturbance, not the expected” Niall Ferguson Copyright © 2011 Darwin Ecosystem LLCThursday, March 24, 2011 4
    • Gaining Awareness To Detect The Unforeseen In The Age Of Information Overload Copyright © 2011 Darwin Ecosystem LLCThursday, March 24, 2011 5
    • Unforeseen Receptive Searching vs. Awareness Focused Expected Copyright © 2011 Darwin Ecosystem LLCThursday, March 24, 2011 6
    • The Darwin Awareness Engine Pull$2#?#A()0$+).-2(E-)$ Overcome$+).-2(E-)$-A#2?-(, Discover$##23+)3$02#),: Accelerate$6-&2$(I(2#)#:: Copyright © 2011 Darwin Ecosystem LLCThursday, March 24, 2011 7
    • Relevance Formal Media Blogs Temporal Topic Emergence Fringe Social of & Social Media Network Business Interest Organic Events Correlation Enterprise Collaboration Sources Aggregation Visualization Copyright © 2011 Darwin Ecosystem LLCThursday, March 24, 2011 8
    • Copyright © 2011 Darwin Ecosystem LLCThursday, March 24, 2011 9
    • Darwin’s Awareness Engine is for any professional who needs to keep aware of “what is going on” in connection with a particular topic. Copyright © 2011 Darwin Ecosystem LLCThursday, March 24, 2011 10
    • Q&A Copyright © 2011 Darwin Ecosystem LLCThursday, March 24, 2011 11
    • Awareness & Web Semantic Technologies Structured Organization The Internet Self-Organizing Persistent Concept Relationships Temporal Temporal Organic Relationships RDF/OWL Semantic Web Semantic Human Understandable Correlation Machine Readable Metadata Framework Folksonomy Correlation Taxonomy The Intranet Machine-based Human Semantic Semantic Analysis Perception Copyright © 2011 Darwin Ecosystem LLCThursday, March 24, 2011 12
    • Artificial Human Meaning Inference (Semantics) Intelligence Intelligence Assumption-Driven User-Driven Dogmatic Agnostic Niche-oriented Timely Awareness Discovering Outliers Measurable Syntesis Effective Weak Signal Risk Mitigation Decision Sensing Vulnerable Support Resilient to Change Conventional Wisdom Augmented risk Flexible Robust Computing detection Demand Unpredictable Copyright © 2011 Darwin Ecosystem LLCThursday, March 24, 2011 13
    • Darwin Awareness Engine Benefits J#,&C#$+).-2(E-)$-A#2?-(, %+3"?+3"0$2#?#A()0$+).-2(E-) *+K?+.6$(),$.-C&:$6-&2$D)-I?#,3#$(CL&+:+E-)$ @)C2#(:#$:#2#),+K+0-&:$,+:C-A#2+#: M+:C-A#2$C-K#EEA#?6$(CE-)(7?#$+).-2(E-) 92-A+,#$-)N,#(),$(I(2#)#::$.-2$/J1 >&+?,$2#:+?+#)C#$:02(0#3+#:$I+0"$0"#$?(0#:0$+).-2(E-)$ +)$+), Copyright © 2011 Darwin Ecosystem LLCThursday, March 24, 2011 14
    • “The most incomprehensible thing about the world is that it is at all comprehensible.” Albert Einstein Copyright © 2011 Darwin Ecosystem LLCThursday, March 24, 2011 15
    • Thank you !"#$%&()$*+,#$-.$/-)0#)0$1-)+0-2+)3 !"+#226OM(2I+)<C-PC- >+??P@A#:OM(2I+)<C-PC- Copyright © 2011 Darwin Ecosystem LLCThursday, March 24, 2011 16