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  1. 1. ENCYLOPEDIC INTELLIGENCEENCYLOPEDIC INTELLIGENCEPLATFORMPLATFORM::BIG SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGYBIG SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGYThe EU Research and Innovation Area LessonThe EU Research and Innovation Area Lesson================================================================byby ОООООО ""Энциклопедические Интеллектуальные СистемыЭнциклопедические Интеллектуальные Системы“/EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent“/EIS Encyclopedic IntelligentSystems Ltd (Moscow/Russia, Skolkovo Innovation Center Participant)Systems Ltd (Moscow/Russia, Skolkovo Innovation Center Participant)Azamat Sh. AbdoullaevAzamat Sh. AbdoullaevPut the world in your head,Place the universe into your machines
  2. 2. Global Challenge: Big KnowledgeGlobal Challenge: Big Knowledgevs. Big Datavs. Big Data• There are many serious global challenges coming from globalization and technological change: such as global financial andsuch as global financial andeconomic crises, political instabilities and revolutions, pandemics, urbanization, international supply chains disruptions, corruptioneconomic crises, political instabilities and revolutions, pandemics, urbanization, international supply chains disruptions, corruptionand organised crime, international conflict and world-wide terrorism of various sorts, and wide spreading cybercrimes.and organised crime, international conflict and world-wide terrorism of various sorts, and wide spreading cybercrimes.• There is one real global challenge, the root cause of all challenges and opportunities, the humanity’s inability to comprehensivelymodel, measure, monitor, and manage the world, poor understanding and fragmented models of our world, its entire structureand dynamics, interactions and relationships, complexity and wholeness, integrity and totality.• Information overload might be among the worst resource curses today, and modern humanity is deluged by the flood of data, fastdrowning in the ocean of information.• In the infinite world of infinite things, a number of possible datasets, as infinite series of values of variables, are virtuallynumberless, and largely useless, as it’s evidenced by the Web and Big Science. For example, the Large Hadron Colliderexperiments, in all, involve about 150 million sensors, which registered data flow would exceed 150 million petabytes, whilepractically working with less than 0.001% of the sensor stream data.• To effectively combine multiple sources of big data and massive data sets, we need unifying conceptual frameworks alongsidestatistical analysis, we need to create the overarching principles and assumptions, categories and classes, rules and laws, all what istransforming the unstable Big Data World of data flows and information resources into the Big Knowledge World of knowledgeflows and intelligent resources, the Smart World of Knowledge Economy, Big Science and Technology.• In a Fundamentally New World, there is a Natural Need in Global Intelligence, Global Knowledge and GlobalKnowledge Networks, being embodied as Encyclopedic Intelligence Platform, branded as the Encyclopedic IntelligentSystems (EIS) Platform.• Some futurists believe that “the 21st century will be equivalent to 20,000 years of progress at today’s rate — about 1,000 timesgreater than the 20th century.” There is envisioned mind-boggling disruptive technologies and life-critical changes like as muchextended human lifespans by replacing organs by 4D printing or virtual scanning and uploading our brains to the cloud, be it theEIS Cloud. All this and more might be true provided that the 21stcentury will be the age of the Big Knowledge World,distinguished by the Big Science and Technology projects.• EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems Ltd invites you to join us, to make a big journey to the Smart World of EncyclopedicIntelligence, Big Science and Technology and Knowledge Society. We welcome your cooperation, contribution, ideas andfeedback. This big enterprise is for all who want to answer the world’s biggest questions, discover key solutions to global problems
  3. 3. Wisdoms for Wisdom, or BigWisdoms for Wisdom, or BigKnowledgeKnowledge• ‘All men by nature desire to know’• Aristotle• ‘He who does not know what the world is does not know where he is’• Marcus Aurelius• “All the sciences are conjoined with each other and interdependent”…” The sciences taken all together are identical with humanwisdom…”• Descartes• Where is the Life we have lost in living?Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge?Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?Eliot• ‘’… the lack of a common frame of reference, the absence of any unifying set of concepts and principles, is now, if not theworlds major disease, at least its most serious symptom.’’• Julian Huxley, the first Director of UNESCO• The goal of the company is to have the entire world’s information connected to the human mind• Google com.• The goal of the company is to put the world into the human mind and intelligent machines• EIS Ltd•  ‘You are free to eat from any tree in the garden;• But you must not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, for when you eat of it you will surely die.’• The LORD God• ‘For God knows that when you eat of it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil’• The Serpent
  4. 4. Big Science and Technology, or the WisdomBig Science and Technology, or the WisdomScience: Grand Unification, Costs andScience: Grand Unification, Costs andBenefitsBenefits• If modern science affords to know the world, natural, mental or social; technology affords to change the world, favoring humandevelopment and societal progress. Then the scientific wisdom about reality, nature, mind, society, and technology willafford to know and change the world by the agency of unifying principles, theories, techniques, methods and advanced knowledgetechnologies.• The Big Science and Technology, or the Wisdom Science, emerges as the world view of wisdom merging the special paradigms ofscience, technology and arts and thus viewing each entity as a part of the grand scheme of things, a global ontology, where anything is interconnected to everything else in the universe, in an infinite web of interrelations and interactions structuring allexistence.• The real scientific wisdom emerges as the highest synthesis of knowledge, scientific know-what, humanitarian know-why, andtechnical know-how, comprehending all the basic aspects of any complexity, all the key risks in a strategy, or all the significantrelations of parts. The fullest comprehensive learning, real wisdom or scientifically wise encyclopedism, is the way to the bestsolutions of the most complex problems with the most effective means and algorithms.• Wise scientific knowledge is a secure proofing against experts errors, misuses, follies, miscalculation, misjudgment, silliness,nonsense, or stupidity. The ‘death toll’ of the narrow expertise can be as evil as a toxic $531 trillion US market of speculativefinancial instruments, so-called derivatives-like credit default swaps, with the world GDP of $ 62 trillion only at the time, theabysmal depths of expert stupidity.• There is currently a critical necessity of scientific wisdom where analysis is complemented with synthesis, disciplinarian differencesof knowledge fields with the integrity of world representation. Such an integrated knowledge of reality focuses on a holisticorganization of knowledge and learning.• The strategic objective is to merge science, technology, the liberal arts and philosophy within a single frame of knowledge andresearch. Such a holistic attitude promises to open a new avenue to understanding the whole existence and universe as composedof the interrelated sub-worlds: Nature (World I), Mind (World II), Society (World III), and Technology (World IV) (seeReality, Universal Ontology and Knowledge Systems), to be mapping with a whole web of sciences, humanities and technologiesinterconnected by the world governing schema of standard global ontology, uniformly modeling the world as the largest hierarchyof entities organized by real relationships.• The knowledge federation model proposed merges the 21st Century Philosophy, Science, Technology and Humanities, convergingand merging heterogeneous subject fields, with their basic entity categories and relationship types, general facts and definitions,
  5. 5. World Knowledge Web• the World Knowledge Web is ordered networks of sciences and technologies, a hierarchicallyintegrated web of general sciences and scientific fields, arranging all the data in the world. Linkeddirectly and indirectly, vertically and horizontally, it includes the following key members, asstructural elements, nodes, or internet sites of the wisdom Web offering knowledge resources:• Ontology (O), universal, global, foundation, formal, standard;• Mathematics (M), Logics (L), Semiotics (S), and Epistemology (E), generic and formal sciences;• Natural Philosophy (NP), Mental Philosophy (MP), Axiology and Aesthetics (A) or SocialPhilosophy, Praxiology and Ethics (P), or Engineering Philosophy, domain philosophies.Accordingly, a network of regional sciences with special divisions (and symbolizations) are to bearranged as:• Natural sciences (NS), Physical sciences with Earth sciences (PS), Chemistry (CS), Biology, orBioscience (BS), and Applied Mathematics (AM), {PS, CS, BS, AM};• Mental sciences (MS), Neuroscience (N), Psychology (Ps), Cognition science (C), Linguistics (L),{N, Ps, C, L};• Social sciences (SS) and key Humanities, Economics (E), Politics (P), Sociology (S), and History(H), {E, P, S, H};• Technological Sciences, Engineering, Technology, or Applied Science (TS) with MathematicalEngineering (ME), Physical Engineering (PE), Chemical Engineering (CE), Biological Engineering(BE), {ME, PE, CE, BE}.
  6. 6. FRAGMENTED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY:the European Research Area Case• Breaking the single Knowledge and Research Area, living many openings and gaps,, the ERC assigned all fieldsof science, engineering and scholarship to three research domains: Mathematics, Physical sciences, Informationand Communication, Engineering, Universe and Earth sciences; Life Sciences; Social Sciences and Humanities,as below:• Physical Sciences & Engineering (28 February 2008-2013)•  PE1 Mathematical foundations: all areas of mathematics, pure and applied, plus mathematical foundationsof computer science, mathematical physics and statistics• PE2 Fundamental constituents of matter: particle, nuclear, plasma, atomic, molecular, gas, and opticalphysics• PE3 Condensed matter physics: structure, electronic properties, fluids, nanosciences• PE4 Physical and analytical chemical sciences: analytical chemistry, chemical theory, physicalchemistry/chemical physics• PE5 Materials and synthesis: materials synthesis, structure-properties relations, functional and advancedmaterials, molecular architecture, organic chemistry• PE6 Computer science and informatics: informatics and information systems, computer science, scientificcomputing, intelligent systems• PE7 Systems and communication engineering: electronic, communication, optical and systems engineering• PE8 Products and processes engineering: product design, process design and control, constructionmethods, civil engineering, energy systems, material engineering• PE9 Universe sciences: astro-physics/chemistry/biology; solar system; stellar, galactic and extragalacticastronomy, planetary systems, cosmology, space science, instrumentation• PE10 Earth system science: physical geography, geology, geophysics, meteorology, oceanography,
  7. 7. FRAGMENTED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY:the European Research Area Case• Social Sciences & Humanities (18 March 2008-2013)•  SH1 Individuals, institutions and markets: economics, finance and management• SH2 Institutions, values and beliefs and behaviour: sociology, social anthropology, political science, law, communication, social studies of science andtechnology• SH3 Environment and society: environmental studies, demography, social geography, urban and regional studies• SH4 The Human Mind and its complexity: cognition, psychology, linguistics, philosophy and education• SH5 Cultures and cultural production: literature, visual and performing arts, music, cultural and comparative studies• SH6 The study of the human past: archaeology, history and memory•  Life Sciences (22 April 2008-2013)•  LS1 Molecular and Structural Biology and Biochemistry: molecular biology, biochemistry, biophysics, structural biology, biochemistry of signaltransduction• LS2 Genetics, Genomics, Bioinformatics and Systems Biology: genetics, population genetics, molecular genetics, genomics, transcriptomics,proteomics, metabolomics, bioinformatics, computational biology, biostatistics, biological modelling and simulation, systems biology, genetic epidemiology• LS3 Cellular and Developmental Biology: cell biology, cell physiology, signal transduction, organogenesis, developmental genetics, pattern formation inplants and animals• LS4 Physiology, Pathophysiology and Endocrinology: organ physiology, pathophysiology, endocrinology, metabolism, ageing, regeneration,tumorigenesis, cardiovascular disease, metabolic syndrome• LS5 Neurosciences and neural disorders: neurobiology, neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neurochemistry, neuropharmacology, neuroimaging, systemsneuroscience, neurological disorders, psychiatry• LS6 Immunity and infection: immunobiology, aetiology of immune disorders, microbiology, virology, parasitology, global and other infectious diseases,population dynamics of infectious diseases, veterinary medicine• LS7 Diagnostic tools, therapies and public health: aetiology, diagnosis and treatment of disease, public health, epidemiology, pharmacology, clinicalmedicine, regenerative medicine, medical ethics• LS8 Evolutionary, population and environmental biology: evolution, ecology, animal behaviour, population biology, biodiversity, biogeography, marinebiology, ecotoxicology, prokaryotic biology• LS9 Applied life sciences and biotechnology: agricultural, animal, fishery, forestry and food sciences; biotechnology, chemical biology, geneticengineering, synthetic biology, industrial biosciences; environmental biotechnology and remediation.
  8. 8. US National Science FoundationUS National Science Foundation• US National Science Foundation has been practiced much more advanced and comprehensive arrangement ofscience and engineering, including seven Research Directorates and the following program areas:• Mathematical & Physical Sciences (Mathematical sciences, Astronomical sciences, Physics, Chemistry, MaterialsResearch; Multidisciplinary Activities);• Geosciences (Earth Sciences, Atmospheric Sciences, and Ocean Sciences);• Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences (Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences; Social and Economic Studies);• Biological Sciences (Molecular and Cellular Biosciences, Integrative Organismal Systems, EnvironmentalBiology; Emerging Frontiers);Computer & Information Science & Engineering (Computing and Communication Foundation, Computer andNetwork Systems; Information and Intelligent Systems);Engineering (Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental, and Transport Systems; Civil, Mechanical andManufacturing Innovation; Electrical, Communications and Cybersystem);Education and Human Resources (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics Education);• Crosscutting and NSF-wide;• Cyberinfrastructure;Environmental Research & Education;Integrative Activities;International Science & Engineering;Polar Programs;
  9. 9. Federation of Science, Humanities andTechnology• Overcoming the gaps and isolations of sciences and technologies, the Big Science and Technology is combining, aligning andfusing all the key emerging frontiers of knowledge, all the key research domains, as the Federation of Science, Humanities andTechnology. It incorporates the ERC’s research fields, as in:• Core, Fundamental, Federal Research Areas (Ontology; Mathematics, Logic, Epistemology, Semantics; SH3_9, SH3_9, SH3_9;PE1_1 - PE1_11, PE1_14 );• Regional, Federated Research Fields, Subjects, and Disciplines (Natural Sciences; Mental Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences; SocialSciences; Engineering Sciences); namely:• Natural Sciences, studying the physical world and its entities, properties and relations, including Physical Sciences with EarthSciences, Chemical Sciences, Biological Sciences, and Natural Mathematics, with all its cross-disciplines, as mathematicalfoundations of natural sciences, natural semantics, biophysics, bioinformatics, etc.;• Mental Sciences, studying the mental world and its entities, properties and relations, namely, SH4 the Human Mind, analyzed bypsychology, neuroscience, cognitive sciences, linguistics, with all cross-disciplines as mathematical foundation of mental sciences,neuro-linguistics, neuro-cognition, etc;• Social Sciences, studying the social world and its entities, properties and relations, namely, SH1 Individuals, institutions andmarkets, SH2 Institutions, values, beliefs and behaviour, SH3 Environment and society, SH5 Cultures and cultural production,SH6 The human past;• Technology, or Engineering Sciences, engaged with applied sciences, or application of scientific knowledge to real worldproblems, including LS 9 Applied Life Sciences, PE6 Computer science and informatics; PE7 Systems and communicationengineering; PE8 Products and process engineering, etc. (see the Table of Converging Sciences and Emerging Technologies).• The Big Science and Technology Federation Schema has been proposed to the ERC’s Administrative Body as meeting the today’sdemands of one knowledge and research space. Since building a European Area of Research, Education and Innovation is aprecondition of Knowledge Europe. The whole process requires unifying all the essential parts of existing research activities,programs, and policies and so establishing highly integrative research domains and directions and fields.• A simple but cardinal truth, without the unified science and technology, without a common knowledge and research foundation,there are no any real prospects for the Global Research and Innovation Space, as well as for one European Research Area.
  10. 10. The Total Cost of Fragmented Science andThe Total Cost of Fragmented Science andTechnology: the EU CaseTechnology: the EU Case• the European Commission 7thFramework Programs for Research and Technical Development of the European Community has beenlaunched January 1st, 2007 (CORDIS/FP7, 2006).• The whole FP 7th Budget amounts to 54b €, with the indicative breakdown for Cooperation – 32 365 €million; Ideas – 7 460 € million, People – 4728 € million, Capacities (research infrastructure) – 4 217 € million,Euroatom – 2751 € million, and the Joint Research Council – 1751 € million. Under the Cooperation thefollowing thematic priorities are highlighted: Health, Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology, Nanosciences andnew Production Technologies, Energy, Environment, Transport, Socio-Economic Sciences and Humanities,Space and Security.• The EU’s new Framework Programme for Research and Innovation is Horizon 2020, the financial instrumentimplementing the Innovation Union, a Europe 2020 flagship initiative.• It will run from 2014 to 2020 with an €80 billion budget, and instead of totalizing Knowledge, Research andInnovation into Unified Science, Technology and Innovation. combining all research and innovation fundingcurrently provided through the Framework Programmes for Research and Technical Development, theinnovation related activities of the Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP) and theEuropean Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT).• The proposed budget for research and innovation under Horizon 2020 will be spent as follows:• the EU’s position in science with a dedicated budget of € 24 598 million, including an increase in funding of77% for the European Research Council (ERC).• industrial leadership in innovation € 17 938 million, with major investment in key technologies, greater accessto capital and support for SMEs.• addressing climate change, developing sustainable transport and mobility, making renewable energy moreaffordable, ensuring food safety and security, or coping with the challenge of an ageing population, with the
  11. 11. Silver Bullet: Building the i-Silver Bullet: Building the i-Europe PlatformEurope Platformi-Europe Cloud for the EU Research andi-Europe Cloud for the EU Research andInnovation SpaceInnovation Space• The Project is aiming to research conceptual strategies andThe Project is aiming to research conceptual strategies anddevelopment models and technological platforms fordevelopment models and technological platforms forsustainable global communities and intelligent nations,sustainable global communities and intelligent nations,smart eco cities and communities, knowledge zones andsmart eco cities and communities, knowledge zones andterritorial ecosystems.territorial ecosystems.• Leveraging the smart world development strategy and theLeveraging the smart world development strategy and theintelligent eco city system framework, the i-Europeintelligent eco city system framework, the i-EuropePlatform Prototype is to be deployed.Platform Prototype is to be deployed.• It will be virtually tested as a Pan-European MetaCloudIt will be virtually tested as a Pan-European MetaCloudPlatform for States, Regions, Cities and Communities,Platform for States, Regions, Cities and Communities,making a Europe Sky, or Sky Europe Platform.making a Europe Sky, or Sky Europe Platform.• The i-Europe Platform will virtualize States, Regions, CitiesThe i-Europe Platform will virtualize States, Regions, Citiesand Communities in the Smart Connected Clouds,and Communities in the Smart Connected Clouds,modelling all the core elements as centrally coordinatedmodelling all the core elements as centrally coordinatedfunctional clouds, from the EC clouds to State clouds tofunctional clouds, from the EC clouds to State clouds toGovernment clouds to Industry clouds to City clouds toGovernment clouds to Industry clouds to City clouds toPrivate clouds to Smart Infrastructure cloud and to the EUPrivate clouds to Smart Infrastructure cloud and to the EUResearch and Innovation Cloud.Research and Innovation Cloud.• i-Cyprus Platform is planned as a Smart Europei-Cyprus Platform is planned as a Smart EuropeDemonstration Project.Demonstration Project.The “i-Europe Sky” Project is part of the Smart TerritoriesThe “i-Europe Sky” Project is part of the Smart Territoriesof the Future Project.of the Future Project.• The grant requested is about EUR 14,2 m for a period upThe grant requested is about EUR 14,2 m for a period upto six years.to six years.• Identifier: ERC-2013-SyGIdentifier: ERC-2013-SyG• EUROPEAN RESEARCH COUNCIL SYNERGYEUROPEAN RESEARCH COUNCIL SYNERGYGRANT FOR TOP RESEARCHER AROUND THEGRANT FOR TOP RESEARCHER AROUND THEWORLDWORLD• Budget: € 150 000 000Budget: € 150 000 000• Specific Programme(s): IDEASSpecific Programme(s): IDEAS• Theme(s): ERCTheme(s): ERC
  12. 12. Prospects of Big Science andProspects of Big Science andTechnologyTechnology• The prospects of Big Science and Technology in Europe are rather discouraging.• Most research grants go to the established academic universities and institutions regardless the low quality andefficiency of the projects in the frontier directions.• The recent evidence is an emerging global topic of smart cities, where we created the EU Smart Communitiesand Cities Prototype: 3.0 City, from Dumb to Intelligent Cities:http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/30-cityeu-prototype.• 2 years before, the same research proposal was submitted under the ERC Advanced Grant funding scheme ("ASmart Sustainable World, a development model for future communities“, ERC-2011-AdG-20110406, FP7 -295681), to be wrongly reviewed as a hype “trying to justify a business strategy in order to get funding”.• Another examples are coming from the computing and information science and computational science. In thesphere of web-based knowledge and content technologies, there were a number of ontology-driven researchprojects costing hundreds millions euros; namely:• 1. FP6 projects: ICT technologies, Knowledge and Content Technologies, Semantic foundations, 20 projects,such as: ALVIS,..., MESH,..., NeOn,...,TripCom, http://cordis.europa.eu/ist/kct/fp6_projects_semantic.htm• 2. FP 7 projects, ICT technologies, 15 projects, such as: ACTIVE,..., LaRK,..., OKKAM, ONTORULE,...,WeKnowIt, http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/content-knowledge/projects_en.html• The undelivered deliverables are as follows: open networked ontologies, SW services infrastructure, genericsemantic reference infrastructure, semantic architecture, semantic-based search engines, integration ofheterogeneous data sources, mashups, knowledge content objects, argumentation systems, knowledge-basedbusiness intelligence, even the large knowledge collider.• The probable consequences for EU of going ahead with the old scheme of fragmented science and technologyare the lost decade scenario: see EU 2013-2020: Star Cluster or Black Hole.
  13. 13. Big Science and Technology:Big Science and Technology:Tool for Sustainable RecoveryTool for Sustainable Recovery• A research strategy to contain the fallout from the Lost Decade is to fund the Big Science and Technology MultidisciplinaryA research strategy to contain the fallout from the Lost Decade is to fund the Big Science and Technology MultidisciplinaryProjects, critically contributing to the EU 2020 Strategy for Smart and Sustainable GrowthProjects, critically contributing to the EU 2020 Strategy for Smart and Sustainable Growth• The European Research Council (ERC) is the engine of the EU Science, Research, and Innovation Area,The European Research Council (ERC) is the engine of the EU Science, Research, and Innovation Area, supporting thesupporting the• life-critical ideas and radical projects and best researchers to push the boundaries of frontier researchlife-critical ideas and radical projects and best researchers to push the boundaries of frontier research• The ERC Synergy Grant is about the top researchers around the world and, accordingly, the flagship breakthrough ideasThe ERC Synergy Grant is about the top researchers around the world and, accordingly, the flagship breakthrough ideas• The ERC announced the winners of its first competition for the Synergy Grants, introduced last year on a pilot basis.The ERC announced the winners of its first competition for the Synergy Grants, introduced last year on a pilot basis.• In this call, 11 projects have been selected to receive funding for up to six years. With a total budget of €126 million allocated, onIn this call, 11 projects have been selected to receive funding for up to six years. With a total budget of €126 million allocated, onaverage a Synergy Grant is worth €11.5 million and each project unites two to four Principal Investigators. 38 excellent scientistsaverage a Synergy Grant is worth €11.5 million and each project unites two to four Principal Investigators. 38 excellent scientistsare being supported through these 11 grants.are being supported through these 11 grants.• Of more than 700 applications only 11 left, of which neither is radical, neither is introducing a revolutionary change, neither isOf more than 700 applications only 11 left, of which neither is radical, neither is introducing a revolutionary change, neither ishaving a critical impact on the future life, but just extensions, offshoots, outgrowths, branches and offsets from the samehaving a critical impact on the future life, but just extensions, offshoots, outgrowths, branches and offsets from the sameestablished universitiesestablished universities::• TheThe i2MOVEi2MOVE project is about fighting obesityproject is about fighting obesity• TheThe Nexus1492Nexus1492 project is about the Amerindian cultures and societies under the European colonisationproject is about the Amerindian cultures and societies under the European colonisation• 4 projects about standard , extensively studied matters: quantum matter, materials, devices and computer, hardly constituting any4 projects about standard , extensively studied matters: quantum matter, materials, devices and computer, hardly constituting anybreakthrough or cutting-edge original ideasbreakthrough or cutting-edge original ideas• Todays, there is hardly any more radical research topic but developing sustainable development models of the European UnionTodays, there is hardly any more radical research topic but developing sustainable development models of the European Unionenabling its efficient management, smart growth and full unification, including the Education, Research and Innovation Areasenabling its efficient management, smart growth and full unification, including the Education, Research and Innovation AreasFusionFusion• There are encouraging promises for the EU Big Science and Technology, as the EU smart cities and communities, i-EuropeThere are encouraging promises for the EU Big Science and Technology, as the EU smart cities and communities, i-EuropePlatform and Future ICT Projects.Platform and Future ICT Projects.
  14. 14. Big Science Flagship Projects:Big Science Flagship Projects:Future ICTFuture ICT• The Encyclopedic Intelligence Platform is critical for the Big Science projects, as the Large Hadron Collider, the Human GenomeProject, the Internet of Things, Intelligent Cities, or Future ICT.• Totalizing Science, Technology, Arts and Philosophy, the Big Science and Technology 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 Big Science meets the need of for a New Multi-Level Complex Systems Science dealing with our complex world of stronglyconnected, techno-social-economic ecosystems, to be developed under the umbrella of FutureICT Projects:http://www.futurict.eu/• The multi-billion EU Big Science Multi-Disciplinary Project, the FuturICT flagship project is to promote anthe FuturICT flagship project is to promote an• interdisciplinary integration of natural, social, and engineering sciences with novel paradigms of information technology.interdisciplinary integration of natural, social, and engineering sciences with novel paradigms of information technology.• It aims to integrate many different research areas, as ICT, Complexity Science and the Social Sciences, to combine the best of allrelevant knowledge as the Knowledge Accelerator, see the diagram below.• Being after the Global Computing for our Complex World, the Accelerator will include a global ICT Participatory Living EarthPlatform, a simulation, visualization and participation platform to support decision-making of policy-makers, business people andcitizens.• The Project is to understand and manage complex, global, socially interactive systems, focusing on sustainability and resilience. Asthe research priorities and applications, it is planning smart cities (as more than 50% of the world population is now living incities), smart energy systems (as micro-generation of electrical power will increase the number of independent energy providersmultiple times), smart health systems (to ensure a high quality of life in an ageing society at affordable costs), and better financialarchitectures (to reduce the related societal losses).• Encyclopedic Intelligence Platform is to serve as the world knowledge base and intelligence fundament for the FuturICTPlatform of the Planetary Nervous System; the Living Earth Simulator, and the Global Participatory Platform,the Planetary Nervous System; the Living Earth Simulator, and the Global Participatory Platform, including the so-he so-called Exploratories of Society, Economy, Technology, and Environment, composed of interactive Observatories of Financialcalled Exploratories of Society, Economy, Technology, and Environment, composed of interactive Observatories of Financialand Economic Systems, of Conflicts and Wars, of Social Well-Being, of Health Risks, of Transportation and Logistics, etc.and Economic Systems, of Conflicts and Wars, of Social Well-Being, of Health Risks, of Transportation and Logistics, etc.
  15. 15. EU Flagship Urban Project:EU Flagship Urban Project:Smart City PrototypeSmart City PrototypeBig Science and TechnologyBig Science and TechnologySmart City ModelSmart City Model• At the recent Smart Cities and Communities CommunicationAt the recent Smart Cities and Communities CommunicationLaunch Event, 10 July 2012, Sheraton Hotel: Place Rogier 3,Launch Event, 10 July 2012, Sheraton Hotel: Place Rogier 3,1210 Brussels, the Smart City and Community Concept originated1210 Brussels, the Smart City and Community Concept originatedby us for a specific green field locality in EU, Cyprus, has beenby us for a specific green field locality in EU, Cyprus, has beenadvanced by the European Commission as a European Smart Cityadvanced by the European Commission as a European Smart CityPrototype for cities and communities:Prototype for cities and communities:• 1.1. Smart Cities and Communities Communication LaunchSmart Cities and Communities Communication LaunchEvent, 10 July 2012, Sheraton Hotel, Brussels:Event, 10 July 2012, Sheraton Hotel, Brussels:http://ec.europa.eu/energy/technology/initiatives/doc/2012_smartchttp://ec.europa.eu/energy/technology/initiatives/doc/2012_smartcities/20120625_agenda_smartcities_10july.pdfities/20120625_agenda_smartcities_10july.pdf;;• 2.2. The Cyprus Presidency’s view on Smart Cities andThe Cyprus Presidency’s view on Smart Cities andCommunities:Communities:http://www.cy2012.eu/index.php/en/file/XnxLPbC7uSb2nxXohttp://www.cy2012.eu/index.php/en/file/XnxLPbC7uSb2nxXo9+AUZw9+AUZw====• 3. EU Smart Cities and Communities Prototype:3. EU Smart Cities and Communities Prototype:http://neapolis.comhttp://neapolis.com• Abdoullaev, A., 2011,Abdoullaev, A., 2011, A Smart World: A Development Model forA Smart World: A Development Model forIntelligent Cities. Keynote. The 11th IEEE International ConferenceIntelligent Cities. Keynote. The 11th IEEE International Conferenceon Computer and Information Technology;on Computer and Information Technology;http://www.cs.ucy.ac.cy/CIT2011/index.php?p=Keynoteshttp://www.cs.ucy.ac.cy/CIT2011/index.php?p=Keynotesi-Community Universali-Community UniversalPlatformPlatform
  16. 16. 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™• Encyclopedic Intelligence ™; Ontopaedia ™; World Knowledge Graph™Encyclopedic Intelligence ™; Ontopaedia ™; World Knowledge Graph™
  17. 17. ENCYCLOPEDIC INTELLIGENCEPLATFORM APPLICATIONS• Big Science and Technology Schema, Global Ontology of the World, or Digital Aristotle;• World Knowledge Encyclopedia, Ontopaedia;• Big Science Knowledge Bases;• 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 knowledge 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.;• 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 Eco Community Platforms;• i-Europe Platform;• i-Cyprus Platform;• i-Russia Platform;• i-Moscow Platform;• I-World Platform
  18. 18. GLOBAL COOPERATION EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems Limited Company, Moscow, Skolkovo InnovationCenter Participant, is a key creator and promoter of the Encyclopedic IntelligencePlatform (EIS Platform), its World Content Products, being 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.
  19. 19. WORLD KNOWLEDGE TRANSFERPACKAGE INTELLIGENT WORLD’S CONTENT FOR SMART CYBER-PHYSICALECOSYSTEMS, KNOWLEDGE TECHNOLOGIES, GLOBAL INTELLIGENTNETWORKS, AND LARGE AI APPLICATIONS ONTOPEDIA™: The World Encyclopedia, a Global Ontology of theWorld, Total Schema of Things, and Knowledge Web Graph TOTAL ENCYCLOPEDIA: Wikipedia + Wordnet + Britannica Contact: ontopaedia@gmail.comGESS™: GLOBAL ENTITY SEARCH SYSTEM™: GLOBALKNOWLEDGE GRAPH: Smart Web Search Schema/IntelligentSearch for the Internet of Everything and Smart Web of Entities Contact: ontopaedia@gmail.comBIG SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Integrated Science andTechnology, Arts and Philosophy Contact: ontopaedia@gmail.com ENCYCLOPEDIC KNOWLEDGE BASES Contact: ontopaedia@gmail.com
  20. 20. BIG SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGYBIG SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGYMARKET PRODUCTSMARKET PRODUCTS• I. INTEGRATED MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE BASE: MEDICINE, DISEASES, and DRUGSI. INTEGRATED MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE BASE: MEDICINE, DISEASES, and DRUGS• MEDICINEMEDICINE• DIAGNOSIS, DISEASE, AND TREATMENTDIAGNOSIS, DISEASE, AND TREATMENT• DRUGS, MEDICINES, AND MEDICATIONDRUGS, MEDICINES, AND MEDICATION• II. INTEGRATED COMMERCIAL KNOWLEDGE BASE: BUSINESS OR COMMERCEII. INTEGRATED COMMERCIAL KNOWLEDGE BASE: BUSINESS OR COMMERCE• BUSINESS LAWBUSINESS LAW• BUSINESS ORGANIZATION, ENTERPRISEBUSINESS ORGANIZATION, ENTERPRISE• MARKETMARKET• MARKETINGMARKETING• INDUSTRYINDUSTRY• INDUSTRY AND PRODUCT CLASSIFICATION SCHEMASINDUSTRY AND PRODUCT CLASSIFICATION SCHEMAS• III. GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE BASE: COUNTRIES, NATIONS, AND PEOPLESIII. GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE BASE: COUNTRIES, NATIONS, AND PEOPLES• COUNTRYCOUNTRY• WORLD CONTINENTS AND WORLD COUNTRIESWORLD CONTINENTS AND WORLD COUNTRIES• COUNTRIES, STATES, NATIONS, AND LANDSCOUNTRIES, STATES, NATIONS, AND LANDS
  21. 21. CONTACT ООО "Энциклопедические ИнтеллектуальныеСистемы“(Moscow/Russia) Skolkovo Innovation Center Participant EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems Ltd (EU) Smart World Group Contact: Dr Azamat Abdoullaev Тел.: EU: + 357 99 683 849; Russia: 456 10 35;453 26 00 E-mail: ontopaedia@gmail.com; Internet Sites: http://iiisyla.livejournal.com
  22. 22. 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,виртуальных интернет и веб городов с умными системами, процессами, услугами; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация цифровых моделей умных интеллектуальныхгородов и регионов; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация интегрированных моделей эко-градов, эко-полисови эко-комлексов: жилых, коммерческих и промышленных; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация интегрированных моделей и прототипов умныхгородов, регионов и стран; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация умных экологических городов, их основныхкомплексов, структур, систем, элементов и компонентов; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация интегрированных инновационных систем,инновационных кластеров, 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 инновационногоэко-города, высокотехнологичного городского комплекса; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация интегрированных интеллектуальных инженерных,оптических телекоммуникационных и возобновляемых энергетических сетей; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация виртуального многомерного проектированиягородского пространства, объектов гражданского и промышленного строительства,интеллектуальных инженерных сетей и коммуникаций; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация интеллектуальных информационных моделей,систем, услуг и технологий; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация интеллектуальных компьютерных моделей, систем,услуг и технологий; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация универсальных систем научного и технологическогознания; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация интеллектуальных энциклопедически систем вформе физических роботов, виртуальных интернет систем и компьютерных программ; исследование, разработка и коммерциализация будущих интернет технологий и семантическихсетей.
  23. 23. EIS Encyclopedic IntelligentSystems Ltd EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems Ltd is a key creator and promoter of EncyclopedicIntelligence Platform, its technologies and applications. Creator of the EU Smart Cities and Communities Prototype Model: http://neapolis.com Creator of Intelligent Community Brands: Intelligent Eco City™; Smart Eco City™;Smart Sustainable Communities™; i-City Operating Systems™, Smart City Software™,i-Community Package™, Intelligent Urban Operating Systems, Smart Eco CommunityOperating Systems, SECOS™ Founder of Smart World Group SERVICES: Encyclopedic Intelligence Applications, Green Intelligent Developments,Sustainable Communities, Smart Eco Cities; Future Territories Consultancy; i-CityBuilding; Eco-Sustainable Property Developments; i-City Master Planning CURRENT PROJECTS: Smart Territories of the Future (Territorial Intelligent CloudPlatforms); Intelligent Eco Towns: Neapolis Smart EcoCity (under development) Intelligent Eco City Megaproject: i-Moscow (under study) Sustainable Nations Programs: i-Europe (EU 2020), i-Russia (adopted), i-Cyprus (understudy) KEY PROJECT: ENCYCLOPEDIC INTELLIGENCE PLATFORM (EIS PLATFORM) Open Projects: Encyclopedic Intelligence Applications: i-Communities,Intelligent Networks, Smart Systems and Technologies and Services
  24. 24. Global INVITATIONGlobal INVITATION• EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems Ltd invites you to join us,to make a big journey to:I. the Smart World of Encyclopedic Intelligence,II. Big Science and TechnologyIII.Intelligent Society of the Future• We welcome your cooperation, contribution, ideas and feedback.• This big enterprise is for all who want to answer the world’sbiggest questions, discover key solutions to global problems anduncover brilliant prospects participating in the Global Project,Encyclopedic Intelligence Platform: Big Science and Technology,promising to change our world forever.

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