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Examples of large scale collaboration, data, and learning tools that might be of value for coordinating drug resistance response. All recommendations for immediate adoption to raise profile of the ...

Examples of large scale collaboration, data, and learning tools that might be of value for coordinating drug resistance response. All recommendations for immediate adoption to raise profile of the sector.

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  • Can Web 2.0 Help Fight Drug Resistance? Networked solutions to network problems Dave Witzel March 7, 2008
  • Overview
    • Large scale collaboration
    • Data, data, data
    • Learning
    • Action
    • Getting Started
  • Open Source Software: Big Business Linux operating system: 30 mill lines of code IBM invested $1B in 2001
  • Open Source Software: Apache Web Server Active Websites
  • Wikipedia Getting More Popular 9 th most popular website in the world wikipedia
  • Wikipedia
    • 2,267,993 articles in the English Wikipedia
  • Data, Data, Data
  • Data: Creation
    • Knowledge – its content and its organization – is becoming a social act.
        • David Weinberger Everything is Miscellaneous
  • Click Work: Mars Crater Mapping
  • reCaptcha
    • Captcha: 60 m/day, 150,000 hours of labor
    • reCaptcha: digitize books from Internet Archive
  • Labor: ESP Game
  • Data: USGS Citizen Earthquake Reporting
    • Earthquake reported:
    • 26 miles N of Greer, South Carolina
    • Dec 7 2007
    • 3.1 magnitude
    • 562 reports
  • Amazon’s Mechanical Turk
  • Audio Books, Created by Volunteers
  • Filtering & Evaluation: Patents
  • Peer to Patent Status
    • 1,945 people have signed up to be reviewers
    • have cited 173 instances of prior art
    • 390 comments
    • on 35 applications .
  • Data: Management
    • Freebase
    • Swivel
    • Graphwise
    • Google Spreadsheets
  • Data: Display
    • Gapminder
    • Swivel
    • IBM’s Alphaworks
    • Mash-ups
  • many eyes
  • Health Map
  • Learning
  • Innocentive: R&D Marketplace
  • Ashoka Changemakers.net- Open-sourcing Social Solutions
  • Markets as indicators: The Foresight Exchange Prediction Market
  • Cooperation: Collaborative Drug Discovery … enables scientists to archive, mine, and collaborate to more effectively develop new drug candidates for commercial and humanitarian markets.
  • Conservation Commons AIMING to establish a global partnership within the conservation community for the sharing of data, information, and knowledge in order to accelerate action in support of the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity and the natural world;
  • Conservation Commons
    • Open GIS & remote sensing
    • Institutional policies and guidelines for implementing open access
    • Tools, protocols, and standards
    • Publications, grey literature, and conservation knowledge
  • Action
  • Frozen Grand Central
    • YouTube
  • Ice Cream Revolution – Belarus, May 2006
  • Ice Cream Revolution – Belarus, May 2006
  • Getting Started
  • Who is?
    • Uploading photos
    • Reading blogs
    • Using a feed reader
    • Blogging
      • Commenting on blogs?
    • Sharing bookmarks
  • Don’t wait!
  • Announce yourself: Start a Blog
  • Read other’s blogs: Use an RSS Feed Reader
  • Share Bookmarks: Use Del.icio.us
  • Create shared tags, use them everywhere
  • Find Each other: Join linked-in
  • Twitter. Really.
  • Readings
    • David Weinberger, Everything is Miscellaneous , 2007 http://www.everythingismiscellaneous.com/
    • Clay Shirky, H ere Comes Everybody, http://shirky.com/herecomeseverybody/
    • Yochai Benkler, The Wealth of Networks http://www.benkler.org/wealth_of_networks/
    • Don Tapscott, Anthony D. Williams, Wikinomics http://www.wikinomics.com/