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  1. 1. ENCYLOPEDIC INTELLIGENCE PLATFORM:ENCYLOPEDIC INTELLIGENCE PLATFORM:Ontology of EverythingOntology of EverythingWorld Knowledge GraphWorld Knowledge GraphSmart Web SearchSmart Web SearchInternet of EverythingInternet of EverythingIntelligent CitiesIntelligent CitiesSmart WorldSmart Worldbyby ОООООО ""Энциклопедические Интеллектуальные СистемыЭнциклопедические Интеллектуальные Системы“/EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent“/EIS Encyclopedic IntelligentSystems Ltd (Moscow/Russia, Skolkovo Innovation Center )Systems Ltd (Moscow/Russia, Skolkovo Innovation Center )Azamat Sh. AbdoullaevAzamat Sh. AbdoullaevPut the world in your head,Place the universe into your machines
  2. 2. ENCYCLOPEDIC INTELLIGENCE vs.ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE• Encyclopedic Intelligence, EA, is overriding Artificial Intelligence, AI, as the power of a digital computer orcomputer-controlled robot to perform the intellectual processes, characteristic of humans, such as intelligence,brain, mind and intellect, cognition and reasoning, discoverying meaning, natural language understanding,deduction and induction, planning, gaming, and learning from experience. Such an unobjective approach, acognition is always an immanent act of the mind, was a key reason of missing high expectations, seen from thecurrent listing of AI specialized projects in brain simulation, cognitive architectures, games, knowledge andreasoning, natural language processing, planning, software libraries of data mining and intelligence algorithms,cloud computing, and robotics, motion and manipulation.http://sourceforge.net/directory/os:windows/freshness:recently-updated/?q=artificial+intelligence• As a mind-centered example of the EIA paradigm, it could be mentioned Grand Challenge 5 – Architecture ofBrain and Mind, a UK attempt to understand and model natural intelligence at various levels of abstraction,being embodied in a succession of robots.• As a world-centered example of the EIA approach, it could be mentionedSynthetic Environment for Analysis and Simulations (SEAS), a model of the real world used byHomeland security and the United States Department of Defense that uses simulation and AI to predict andevaluate future events and courses of action.• EI is to pursue building AI, reasoning systems and thinking technologies, as well as intelligent globalcommunities and smart cities, but on a scientific objective paradigm, modeling the world of entities andrelations, where understanding, establishing or predicting all possible relationships among things make the coreof real intelligence. http://www.sciencecentral.com/site/4538138
  3. 3. GLOBAL SUSTAINABILITY: SMART WORLD orSMARTER PLANET• The Encyclopedic Intelligence Platform contributes to the most life-critical human issue of globalsustainability enabling the transformation of the Big Data World into the Big Knowledge World of IntelligentCommunities, presented as a Smart World of the Future.• As such, it forms the base for such world-scale AI projects as the IBM Smarter planet, turning informationinto insights by advanced analytics and infusing intelligence into the world’s systems and processes, as cars,appliances, roadways, power grids, clothes, natural systems, as agriculture and waterways, and global supplychain, improving government operations, public safety systems, healthcare, energy flow and trafficmanagement.• Demographic, environmental, economic, political, and socio-cultural factors are forcing the future world tobecome more efficient, rational, dynamic, intelligent, technological, and self-sustaining, or smart andsustainable.• The 21st century necessitates the wholly new development principles, policies, processes, and objectives:sustainable world strategies, comprehensive planning, integrated models, and globally effective solutions,casting away the old world-systems models as dividing the world into core zones, specialized in information,finance, service, or high-technology industries, transitory semi-periphery countries and undeveloped peripheryzones.• The sustainable world system is expected to synergistically driven by natural capital, social capital, technologicaland digital capital, like as the Global Internet/Web of Things, Knowledge and Social Intelligence andRenewable Energy Sources. Such a New World is emerging as a Smart World, converging the Cyber, Social, andPhysical Domains.
  4. 4. WORLD-WIDE DINAMIC FRAMEWORK, TOTALONTOLOGY, OR GLOBAL SCHEMAS OF THINGS• A global ontology of the world, the world reference system, is about primary entities and relationships of the world. It provides acomprehensive, consistent, converging and merging holistic dynamic framework, for all specific frameworks and schemas, theoriesand models, systems and strategies, standards and structures, rules and policies, procedures and processes, representations andbelief, of all knowledge domains, disciplines, sciences and technologies.• Thus the scope and range of applications for the world system is vitually unlimited, from physical ontology to geo ontology, geneontology to biomedical ontology to social ontology, from connecting data across the net to a global earth platform, from internetof things to semantic web, from smart applications to smart cities, etc.• The Encyclopedic Intelligence Platform integrates the upper, top-level or foundation ontology, ontology systems of referenceconcepts, relations and semantic primitives, to be used for semantic interoperability, annotation, indexing, and retrieval, web-scalesemantic data exchange, federation, and inferencing.• It is the knowledge base for such large-scale AI projects as CYC, lacking fundamental world ontology, but attempting to create acomprehensive ontology and knowledge base of everyday common sense knowledge to enable AI applications with human-likereasoning capacities.• Nowadays, “ontology” is widely used to mean almost everything: controlled vocabularies, glossaries & data dictionaries, thesauri &taxonomies, schemas & data models, domain models, formal ontologies, rule inference systems, and what not.• We proposed to think of Global Ontology of the World as putting the universe in the human heads, in the way of generalintelligence. Hence the formal global ontology is putting the world in the computing machines, the internet, and the World WideWeb, thus structuring the whole digital world and bridging it with the physical counterpart.• We developed an integrated schema of the world, its things, concepts, knowledge and data:• Integrated World Ontology = Global Ontology + Domain Ontologies + Knowledge Domains + Big Data + Statistics• The world representation is distributed between a central ontology (maintaining a global schema, general semantics, and commoninteroperability framework), multiple regional ontologies with own local schemas and specific information sources and knowledgedomains.• In the Reality book (Reality, Universal Ontology and Knowledge Systems, IGI Global, 2008), it’s proved that the Global Ontologynot just a matter of feasibility or worth, but an ultimate object of quest for fundamental knowledge, and a must for world-wideintelligent networks, disruptive intelligent systems and smart territory applications.
  5. 5. BIG SCIENCE, or TOTAL WORLDKNOWLEDGE• The Encyclopedic Intelligence Platform is critical for the Big Science projects, as the Large Hadron Collider,the Human Genome Project, the Internet of Things, Intelligent Cities, etc.• Totalizing Science, Technology, Arts and Philosophy, the EIS Big Science of Big Data allows intelligent agents,humans and machines, to meaningfully process an ocean of information to be turned into insights, patterns,trends, predictions, business models, discoveries, innovations, new knowledge, and wisdom.• The Total Science meets the need of for a New Multi-Level Complex Systems Science dealing with ourcomplex world of strongly connected, techno-social-economic ecosystems.• As such, it is the knowledge platform for the multi-billion EU Big Science Multi-Disciplinary Project,integrating many different research areas, as ICT, Complexity Science and the Social Sciences, to combine thebest of all relevant knowledge as the Knowledge Accelerator.• The EIS Platform underlies a global ICT Participatory Living Earth Platform, a simulation, visualization andparticipation platform to support decision-making of policy-makers, business people and citizens, 1 bn EUFuturICT project aimed to understand and manage complex, global, socially interactive systems, focusing onsustainability and resilience. As the research priorities and applications, it is planning smart cities (as more than50% of the world population is now living in cities), smart energy systems (as micro-generation of electricalpower will increase the number of independent energy providers multiple times), smart health systems (toensure a high quality of life in an ageing society at affordable costs), and better financial architectures (toreduce the related societal losses). FutureICT. Global Computing for our Complex World.http://www.futurict.eu/
  6. 6. SMART WEB, TOTAL WWW, or X.0 Web• The Encyclopedic Intelligence Platform essentially enriches the schema simulations, markup schemas, a hierarchy of basic typesand properties, for advanced search engines of Bing, Google, Yahoo! and Yandex. For “the type hierarchy presented on this site isnot intended to be a global ontology of the world. It only covers the types of entities for which we (Microsoft, Yahoo! andGoogle), think we can provide some special treatment for, through our search engine, in the near future.”http://www.schema.org/docs/datamodel.htmlThe Encyclopedic Intelligence Platform underpins both the Web 2.0 collaborative tagging, social classification, social indexing,social tagging, or folksonomy, and the semantic web standard vocabularies and web ontologies for data integration, knowledgeorganization and reasoning as RDF and RDF Schemas, Simple Knowledge Organization System (SKOS),Web Ontology Language (OWL), and the Rule Interchange Format (RIF).• It makes a core for the Linked Open Data (LOD) seeking to connect distributed data across the cybernet, with the LOD cloudaiming to enable people to build “mash-ups” by combining data from multiple sources.• The X.0 Web, the Web of Everything, is characterized by the hierarchical structure anchored in the real world environment via theglobal ontologyl groundwork for the semantic web stack, see Fig.1, as below:• <Global Intelligent Cyberspace, Total Web> :: = <Ontological Framework, WDF, or RMF> <Semiotics> <the World Wide Web,or the Syntactic Web>• <Ontological Framework> :: = <Unified Framework Ontology, Ontopaedia> <Upper Level Ontologies> <DomainOntologies>• <Semiotics> :: = <Pragmatics> <Semantics> <Syntax>• <Pragmatics> :: = <Users> <Web Agents> <Intentions> <Actions> <Communication> <Proof> <Trust> <Truth>• <Semantics> :: = <Signs, Data Type, Natural Language Expressions> < Constructs> <Meanings>• <Syntax> :: = <Logical Framework> <Rules> <OWL Ontology> <RDF Schema> <RDF M&S>< RDF> <XML/SGML><Namespaces>• <the Web> ::= <Resources, Representation, Identification, URI, Unicode> <Interaction, Software Agents, Hypertext links,Protocols, HTTP> <Formats, HTML, XHTML>
  7. 7. GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE GRAPH orGoogle’s KNOWLEDGE GRAPH• The Encyclopedic Intelligence Platform, with its conceptual core of Global Knowledge Graph,makes the substance for Google’s Knowledge Graph of interconnected entities and theirattributes, using the entity-relationship database model.• Tapping on Wikipedia, Freebase and CIA World Factbooks, it is currently containing more than500 million people, places and things that have about 3.5 billion attributes.• The graph presents an encyclopedia with structured information obtained from the web to helpunderstanding queries, provide answers to complex questions and find more relevant results.• It capitalizes on FreeBase, a community-built online collection of databases, an open database ofthe worlds knowledge, a massive, collaboratively edited database of cross-linked data, and wherean interface affords to fill in information structured with metadata, and to categorize or connectdata items in meaningful ways.• Thus Google makes a paradigm shift from the word-matching query to search by thingsthemselves, where the AI-like intelligence consists in understanding the relationships amongthings.
  8. 8. INDUSTRIAL INTELLIGENT PLATFORMS:Siemens, Oracle, GE, IBM, Google, etc.• The EIS Platform underlies the Siemens Intelligence Platform designed for organisations related to • LawEnforcement; • Government; • Other investigative organisations, and aming for data integration.• It underlies the GE Platform of Industrial Big Data Analytics to bring meaning and context, insights and value,patterns and trends, improving operational and financial performance of real-time operations systems.• The EIS Platform supports the Oracle iGovernment technology platform for innovative, integrated, andintelligent operations, to integrate across agencies and all levels of government, to modernize the ITinfrastructure, to increase efficiency and transparency, to deliver shared services, streamline and automatepolicy and processes, ensure the integrity of operations, providing a common service delivery for governmentfunctions, from human services to public safety to economic development.• The EIS Platform is fundamental to the IBM Platform for Search, Discovery and Navigation of Big Datainvolving information integration and governance, Hadoop system, stream computing and data warehouse, bigdata connectors (web, web 2.0, email, file systems, large data bases, feeds), search engine with text analytics andmetadata and application framework.• The EIS Platform is fundamental to any big knowledge scheme lacking open-source software platform fordata-intensive distributed applications, as the Apache Hadoop platform consisting of the Haddop kernel,Google’s MapReduce and Google File System, Hadoop Distributed File System, Apache Hive, Apache HBase,Zookeeper, and other data bases, warehouse systems, filesystems and web applications, for Log analysis,Marketing analytics, Machine learning and data mining, Image processing, Processing of XML messages, Webcrawling and text processing , General archiving, etc.
  9. 9. BIG KNOWLEDGE vs. BIG DATA• The EIS Platform is capitalizing on the world’s knowledge of things, Big Knowledge, the base and frameworkfor Big Data. The principal solutions are not in the way of tools and instrumentation, as an advancedtechnoloy platform of servers and storage, virtualized operating environments, database, middleware, andapplications built on open standards and a service-oriented architecture.• The substance of Big Data lies in the Big Knowledge, in the encyclopedic intelligent content, like universalprinciples and fundamental laws, upper and domain ontologies, total schemas and full taxonomies, to beintegrated by comprehensive knowledge models, multidisciplinary sciences and global ontologies.• In the Big Data World, computing machines store, process and retrieve information, while humans imposestructures and patterns, intelligence and meanings, context and value, insights and knowledge, predictions andtrends. For the key is to extract big knowledge from bigdata, creating the Big Knowledge World ofinstrumented, integrated and intelligent data and information. Big science, social web networks, RFID andsensor networks, mobile applications and cloud systems, social networks, as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, offera massive amount of data in real time, with a lot of opportunities to create, share, publish and mine dataonline.• But, like raw crude, raw data in and of itself, however fast, big and varied, – without a structure and strategyand pattern around it – isn’t of any true value, both hor humans and machines.• The key thing is establishing the fundamental structure of massive data sets, like DARPA’s Topological DataAnalysis program seeking the fundamental structure of massive data sets and the tools to exploit thatknowledge. More and more sophisticated technologies are introduced to process large quantities of data, suchas massively parallel-processing databases, data-mining grids, distributed file systems, distributed databases,cloud based applications, storage and computing resources and the Internet itself.• The genuine fundamental structure of massive data sets and the tools is made of comprehensive knowledgemodels and strategic schemas and universal reasoning algorithms, incorporated as a global ontology of the
  10. 10. GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE BASE AND DATASETS• The EIS Knowledge Base facilitates Data Integration from many different sources to generate actionable knowledge, new intelligence andcomprehensive profiles of entities, persons or groups, objects or substances, events or processes, links or relations or structure and patterns inbehaviour, communication, movement and relationships, like as below:• Financial transactions data bases• Banking data bases• Environment Monitoring Data Bank• Data Retention Systems• Utilities data bases• Communications data bases• Government data bases• Telephone book data bases• Telephone billing records• Utility billing datasets (electricity, communications, tax)• Registry office records• Land registry data base• Car rental data base• Internet Protocol Address GIS• Police and criminal records for terrorism, moner laundering, kidnapping, insurance fraud, drug trafficking, corruption, child pornography, slave traffic andarms trafficking• Data sets for terrorism, cyberterrorism, bioterrorism, chemical terrorism, nuclear terrorism, ecoterrorism, narcoterrorism, domestic terrorism, internationalterrorism and theoterrorism• Driving Licence register• Traffic control points• Vehicle registration data base• Credit card transactions• Bank account transactions• Insurance company data bases• Border Control data base• Social Network data base
  11. 11. GLOBAL INTERNET OF EVERYTHING• The Cisco® Internet Business Solutions Group (IBSG) believes that the Internet of Things(IoT), where millions of new devices are regularly being connected to the Internet is the matter offact now, and it is a subset of the coming Internet of Eveything.• The Internet of Everything (IoE), defined as networks of networks with trillions of connections, isto totalize People, Process, Data, and Things into a world-wide cyber-physical socio-economicecosystem, to be run by the EIS Platform.• The Big Science projects are all to contribute to the IoE development, like establishing a PlanetaryNervous System as a global sensor network by connecting the sensors in today’s smartphones.• What is planned by the EU FuturICT projects, aiming to create a planetary nervous system tomeasure the state of the world and the interactions in it.• Real-time data mining, or “reality mining”, will be established, using data of the Internet and thesemantic web, as well as the data collected by linking sensors which aggregate information aboutthe technological, social, or economic activities around them.
  12. 12. INTELLIGENT COMMUNITY PLATFORM ANDTOTAL CLOUD COMPUTING• The key issue in building a commercially valid i-community platform is to define where the community intelligence, varyingfrom city intelligence to state intelligence, is to be located, if it’s a centralized intelligence or networked, distributedintelligence, or a mix of centralized management but distributed execution. Some stimulating theories as where the Community,Country or City, Intelligence resides are as follows:• in the combination of digital telecommunications networks (the neural network), intelligent data centers (the brain), sensors andtags (the sensory organs, nerve endings), and user applications (behavior and actions);• in the connection between the physical, social and digital spaces of communities;• in the partnerships and social capital, smart regulatory and policy frameworks;• in the organizing the development of technologies, skills and learning, and engaging citizens to become involved in creativecommunity participation;• in the combination of networks, smart grids and meters and “big data” modelling• We advance an integrated position that the community intelligence is in the combination of digital telecommunicationsnetworks (the nerves), ubiquitously embedded intelligence and computation (the brain), sensors and tags (the sensory organs),software and control systems (the mind, the big knowledge and cognitive competence) and user applications (behavior andactions).• To create a unified, dynamic, and intelligent computing environment, the Smart Communities of the Future are intertwined withthe Total Cloud Computing, Virtutalization 3.0 (a datacentre, or IT as a service), shifting from hypervisors and servers to theentire platform, to a fully virtualized datacenter covering compute, automation, storage, networking, and hybrid clouds, with atotal, end-to-end management through the physical level to the application level.• As a result, a Smart Community Cloud Computing Platform of next generation, or 3.0 Community Platform, will be made up offive interdependent control layers: smart community applications, software community environments, software communityinfrastructure, software kernel, and high-performance hardware, as in the EIS I-Community Platform.
  13. 13. SMART CITY PLATFORMS• Pioneering the Design, Development and Deployment of Intelligent, Resilient, Scalable and Secure Next Generation Smart CityManagementSystems, the EIS Platform is to integrate the best solutions of existing urban operating systems as below.• • The Songdo digitally ubiquitous city development in South Korea, where the integrated networking services are designedon a platform concept. Cisco is building on its technical experience with the Songdo network to place its Unified Service DeliveryPlatform as an IT and communications platform for urban-scale developments.• • Living PlanIT’s Urban Operating System as a distributed cloud-based middleware platform for monitoring and managingbuilt environment operations, using McLaren Electronic Systems sensor analytics technologies, embedded in the building fabric.• The Microsoft’s Cloud Computing Offerings in the 2.0 World: The Connected Government Framework 4-layer model: KeyChallenges, People and Processes, Application Capabilities and Technologies for Smart Cities.• • IBM’s Intelligent Operations Center for Smarter Cities, running on IBM System x® workload-optimized systems, and tobe deployed with a wider range of server platforms, as IBM Power Systems™ and IBM zEnterprise™ Systems. It is part of theIBM Government Industry Framework, which provides a software platform and roadmap to implement IBM Smarter Cities™solutions. There are several deployment options, as data centers or as a SaaS, residing on the IBM SmartCloud, an IaaS. Thesolution makes a basis for customer-driven urban applications almost in 2000 smart cities engagements, like as in Boulder,Zhenjiang, China and in Rio de Janeiro.• • Schneider Electric’s SmartMobility Integrated City Management (ICM) solution, based on the company’s new smart cityplatform.• • Alcatel Lucent Sustainable Platform as aimed to empower a smarter city (convergence, connectivity, smart, secure,private and resilient, and energy efficient; citizens, public safety, government, e-health, industrial, utilities).• • GE Intelligent Platform Proficy software solutions to implement a new city-wide monitoring system, including ProficyHMI/SCADA - iFIX, Proficy Historian, and Proficy Real-Time Information Portal...• • the Contiki Software Platform, the open source operating system for the Internet of Things, developed by a world-wideteam of hardcore developers from Atmel, Cisco, ETH, Redwire LLC, SAP, SICS, Thingsquare, and many others . Via the Coojasimulator, it allows a communication to the Internet for a wide variety of low-power systems, such as city sound monitoring, streetlights, networked electrical power meters, industrial monitoring, radiation monitoring, construction site monitoring, alarm systems,and remote house monitoring: http://www.contiki-os.org/.
  14. 14. 3.0 World City Model: EU Smart CityPrototype At the recent Smart Cities and CommunitiesCommunication Launch Event, 10 July 2012,Sheraton Hotel: Place Rogier 3, 1210 Brussels, theSmart City and Community Concept originated byus for a specific green field locality in EU, Cyprus,has been advanced by the European Commissionas a European Smart City Prototype for cities andcommunities: 1. Smart Cities and CommunitiesCommunication Launch Event, 10 July 2012,Sheraton Hotel, Brussels:http://ec.europa.eu/energy/technology/initiatives/doc/2012_smartcities/20120625_agenda_smartcities_10july.pdf; 2. The Cyprus Presidency’s view on SmartCities and Communities:http://www.cy2012.eu/index.php/en/file/XnxLPbC7uSb2nxXo9+AUZw== 3. EU Smart Cities and Communities Prototype:http://neapolis.com 4. Abdoullaev, A., 2010, Neapolis Smart EcoCity™:A Development Framework for SustainableCommunities, ISBN 978-9963-9958-0-6; Cyprus,EU 5. Abdoullaev, A., 2011, Smart EcoCity™(Intelligent Eco City™): How To Build Smart GreenCommunities. ISBN 978-9963-9958-1-3; Cyprus,EU Abdoullaev, A., 2011, A Smart World: ADevelopment Model for Intelligent Cities. Keynote.The 11th IEEE International Conference onComputer and Information Technology;
  15. 15. I-Russia Platform™ All-Russian Territorial Intelligent Technological Platforms for sustainable globalcommunities and intelligent regions, smart eco cities and communities, knowledgezones and natural ecosystems. Conceptual pillars: the 3.0 World, Smart Eco City (SEC), global computing ontologyfor sustainable intelligent communities, intelligent cloud computing. 3.0Virtualization, the Future Internet of Things and Web of Entities. All-Russian Integrated Cloud Platform for Regions, Cities and Communities, making aRussia Sky, or Sky Russia Platform. The Russian SkyNet will virtualize Regions, Cities and Communities in the SmartConnected Clouds. The Russian SkyNet is to model all the core elements as centrally coordinatedfunctional clouds, from the RF Government clouds to Region clouds to Governmentclouds to Industry clouds to City clouds to Private clouds and to Smart Infrastructureclouds. The “Russia SkyNet” Project is part of the Smart Territories of the Future Project.(Skolkovo Innovation Center; Russia SkyNet will be created provided the Russian Government,Skolkovo Fund or Russian Agency of Strategic Initiatives will back up the Project) Единая Федеративная Интеллектуальная Облачная Платформа (ЕФИОП). Будетдействовать как централизованная меж-облачная компьютерная система,связывающая посредством интернет, всемирной паутины и беспроводныхсемантически сенсорных сетей территории, регионы, города, и поселения, атакже транспорт, инфраструктуру, инженерные сооружения, и здания, являясьобщим интерфейсом для различных платформ, встроенных систем управления,мобильных сетей, и специальных информационно-коммуникационных систем.
  16. 16. EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems LtdEIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems Ltd• Участник Проекта Инновационный Центр «Сколково»Участник Проекта Инновационный Центр «Сколково»• Создатель Модельного Прототипа Умных Городов Будущего для СтранСоздатель Модельного Прототипа Умных Городов Будущего для СтранЕвросоюзаЕвросоюза: http://neapolis.com: http://neapolis.com• Creator of Intelligent Community Brands: Intelligent Eco City™; Smart Eco City™;Creator of Intelligent Community Brands: Intelligent Eco City™; Smart Eco City™;Smart Sustainable Communities™; i-City Operating Systems™, Smart CitySmart Sustainable Communities™; i-City Operating Systems™, Smart CitySoftware™, i-Community Package™, Intelligent Urban Operating Systems, Smart EcoSoftware™, i-Community Package™, Intelligent Urban Operating Systems, Smart EcoCommunity Operating Systems, SECOS™Community Operating Systems, SECOS™• SERVICES: Green Intelligent Developments, Sustainable Communities, Smart EcoSERVICES: Green Intelligent Developments, Sustainable Communities, Smart EcoCities; Future Territories Consultancy; i-City Building; Eco-Sustainable PropertyCities; Future Territories Consultancy; i-City Building; Eco-Sustainable PropertyDevelopments; i-City Master PlanningDevelopments; i-City Master Planning• CURRENT PROJECTS: Smart Territories of the Future (Territorial Intelligent CloudCURRENT PROJECTS: Smart Territories of the Future (Territorial Intelligent CloudPlatforms); Intelligent Eco Towns: Neapolis Smart EcoCity (under development)Platforms); Intelligent Eco Towns: Neapolis Smart EcoCity (under development)• Intelligent Eco City Megaproject: i-Moscow (under study)Intelligent Eco City Megaproject: i-Moscow (under study)• Sustainable Nations Programs: i-Europe (EU 2020), i-Russia (adopted), i-CyprusSustainable Nations Programs: i-Europe (EU 2020), i-Russia (adopted), i-Cyprus(under study)(under study)
  17. 17. EISEIS Intelligent Community BrandsIntelligent Community Brands• I-WORLD™; Global SkyNet™I-WORLD™; Global SkyNet™• Smart Sustainable Communities™;Smart Sustainable Communities™;• Smart Sustainable World ™;Smart Sustainable World ™;• Intelligent Eco City™;Intelligent Eco City™;• Smart Eco City™;Smart Eco City™;• i-City Operating Systems™;i-City Operating Systems™;• Smart City Software™;Smart City Software™;• i-Community Package™;i-Community Package™;• Intelligent Urban Operating Systems;Intelligent Urban Operating Systems;• Smart Eco Community Operating Systems, SECOS™Smart Eco Community Operating Systems, SECOS™• Neapolis Smart EcoCity™Neapolis Smart EcoCity™• Territorial Intelligent Platform™, TIPTerritorial Intelligent Platform™, TIP• Territorial Intelligent Systems™, TISTerritorial Intelligent Systems™, TIS• X.0 World ™; World X.0 ™; 3.0 World ™; World 3.0; 3.0 City ™; City 3.0 ™X.0 World ™; World X.0 ™; 3.0 World ™; World 3.0; 3.0 City ™; City 3.0 ™• i-Europe™, Intelligent Europe™, Smart Europe™, Europe SkyNet™i-Europe™, Intelligent Europe™, Smart Europe™, Europe SkyNet™• i-Russia™, Smart Russia™, Intelligent Russia™, Russia SkyNet™i-Russia™, Smart Russia™, Intelligent Russia™, Russia SkyNet™
  18. 18. ENCYCLOPEDIC INTELLIGENCEPLATFORM APPLICATIONS• Global Ontology of the World, or Digital Aristotle;• World Encyclopedia;• Big Science Knowledge Base;• World Knowledge Graph vs. Google’s Knowledge Graph;• Smart Web Search Schema;• Human knowledge integration systems and semantic networks;• Generic reasoning mechanisms and units;• World data processing physical cognitive systems, from smart transducers and intelligent sensors to all-purpose cosmic robonauts;• Natural language understanding software packages;• Knowledge intensive embedded reasoning systems;• Intelligent content systems for the Internet, as online smart encyclopedias, catalogues, taxonomies, vocabularies, and terminologies;• Generic reasoning platforms and intelligent search technology for the Semantic World Wide Web, interactive home TV, etc.;• Encyclopedic intelligent applications, as i-business smart technologies, global web trading systems, forecasting business systems, businessmanagement i-consultancy, etc.;• Integrated intelligent solutions for i-Government, i-Learning, i-Science, i-Health, and i-Business;• Business intelligent technology providing generic industry solutions and autonomously implementing commercial processes, activities,transactions, and trading operations (e.g., logistic management systems, inventory management modules, enterprise resource planning agents,export-import brokering agents, etc.);• Digital Earth;• Intelligent City Operations, Control and Command Centers; • Smart City Management Platform; Urban Operations Cloud System; Digital Cities in the SkySky/Cloud Computing Cities, Virtual Cities in the Sky, Cities In the Sky™;• Intelligent Community Platforms;• i-Europe Platform,• i-Cyprus Platfrom;• i-Russia Platform;• i-Moscow Platform;• I-World Platform
  19. 19. ООО "ЭнциклопедическиеИнтеллектуальные Системы" Предметом уставной деятельности Общества является: исследование, разработка и коммерциализация единой платформы интеллектуальных городов,инновационных кластеров, экоградов, умных эко-проектов и инновационных застроек; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация цифровых моделей интеллектуальных городов, виртуальныхинтернет и веб городов с умными системами, процессами, услугами; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация цифровых моделей умных интеллектуальных городов ирегионов; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация интегрированных моделей эко-градов, эко-полисов и эко-комлексов: жилых, коммерческих и промышленных; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация интегрированных моделей и прототипов умных городов,регионов и стран; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация умных экологических городов, их основных комплексов,структур, систем, элементов и компонентов; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация интегрированных инновационных систем, инновационныхкластеров, исследовательских и технологических парков; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация экологичной инфраструктуры инновационных эко-городов,застроек, кварталов, комплексов и отдельных зданий; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация интеллектуальной инфраструктуры инновационного эко-города, высокотехнологичного городского комплекса; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация интегрированных интеллектуальных инженерных, оптическихтелекоммуникационных и возобновляемых энергетических сетей; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация виртуального многомерного проектирования городскогопространства, объектов гражданского и промышленного строительства, интеллектуальных инженерных сетейи коммуникаций; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация интеллектуальных информационных моделей, систем, услуг итехнологий; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация интеллектуальных компьютерных моделей, систем, услуг итехнологий; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация универсальных систем научного и технологического знания; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация интеллектуальных энциклопедически систем в формефизических роботов, виртуальных интернет систем и компьютерных программ; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация будущих интернет технологий и семантических сетей.
  20. 20. GLOBAL COOPERATION EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems Limited Company, Moscow, Skolkovo InnovationCenter Participant, is a valid owner and creator of the Intelligent World ContentProducts, which are under copyright, trademarks, trade secrets or know-how. EIS Ltd is open for a global cooperation to design, develop, and distributethe ENCYCLOPEDIC INTELLIGENCE of different scales and kinds, from smart sustainablecommunities to intelligent information technologies and computing knowledgeapplications, as above. The company is planning to grant brand licences under intellectual property laws toauthorize a use for its Intelligent Intangible Assets to prospective partners, to developthe EIS Platform systems, applications and services as above. Considering the type of legal entities and the form of knowledge transfer, the scale ofcooperation and the scope of territories, the terms and conditions, knowledge transferfees, royalties, and renewal provisions will have been properly stipulated, includingother specifications and limitations deemed vital to the licensor. Below is an example of the licensed product process steps: Licensor is informed by a prospective partner on the product categories to be licensed Licensor negotiates a knowledge transfer license and fees with the best licensees Licensees develop concepts, prototypes and final production samples and submit forapproval Licensor approves licensed products for public development, software coding andprogramming, and commercial sale Licensees sell licensed knowledge products or intelligent servicesIn all, the forms of cooperation involve consultancy, licensing, cooperativeR&D or contract R&D agreements, and spin-offs.
  21. 21. WORLD KNOWLEDGE TRANSFERPACKAGE INTELLIGENT WORLD’S CONTENT FOR SMART CYBER-PHYSICAL ECOSYSTEMS, KNOWLEDGE TECHNOLOGIES,GLOBAL INTELLIGENT NETWORKS, AND LARGE AI APPLICATIONS ONTOPEDIA™: The World Encyclopedia, a Global Ontology of the World, Total Schema of Things, andKnowledge Web Graph TOTAL ENCYCLOPEDIA: Wikipedia + Wordnet + Britannica Contact: ontopaedia@gmail.comGESS™: GLOBAL ENTITY SEARCH SYSTEM™: GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE GRAPH: Smart Web SearchSchema/Intelligent Search for the Internet of Everything and Smart Web of Entities Contact: ontopaedia@gmail.comBIG SCIENCE: Integrated Science and Technology, Arts and Philosophy Contact: ontopaedia@gmail.com TOTAL KNOWLEDGE BASES Contact: ontopaedia@gmail.com USE CASES: I. MEDICAL ONTOLOGY: MEDICINE, DISEASES, and DRUGS MEDICINE DIAGNOSIS, DISEASE, AND TREATMENT DRUGS, MEDICINES, AND MEDICATION II. COMMERCIAL ONTOLOGY: BUSINESS OR COMMERCE BUSINESS LAW BUSINESS ORGANIZATION, ENTERPRISE MARKET MARKETING INDUSTRY INDUSTRY AND PRODUCT CLASSIFICATION SCHEMAS III. GEOGRAPHIC ONTOLOGY: COUNTRIES, NATIONS, AND PEOPLES COUNTRY WORLD CONTINENTS AND WORLD COUNTRIES
  22. 22. CONTACT ООО "Энциклопедические ИнтеллектуальныеСистемы“(Moscow/Russia) Skolkovo Innovation Center Participant EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems Ltd (EU) Dr Azamat Sh. Abdoullaev, Managing Director Тел.: 456 10 35; 453 26 00; Int.: + 357 99 683849 E-mail: ontopaedia@gmail.com; Internet Sites: http://iiisyla.livejournal.com PROJECT:ENCYCLOPEDIC INTELLIGENCEPLATFORM (EIS PLATFORM)

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