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  • 1.  Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands beyond knowledge discovery executive sumary research institute foundation &
  • 2. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands    about us   visión, mision & values   our goals   how we operate & what we do   projects & research groups   organization & team   foundation & research institute   where we are   open participation & support   our image   contact us 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 1
  • 3. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands    KNOWDLE Foundation and Research Institute devoted solely to basic research in open knowlege and bio-inspired artificial intelligence internet-based tools and technics.   THE CHALLENGE   KNOWDLE Foundation and Research Institute advances the science of open knowledge through Biologically-inspired AI & Cognitive research to deploy the intelligent cloud. Our promise is simple: to sponsor objective research that provides with practical, scientific solutions. We help the knowledge community prepare for tomorrow by anticipating and responding to new threats, technical challenges, and risks. Our value comes when we deliver knowledge and intelligent tools world need in a timely, easy-to-understand fashion. 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 2
  • 4. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands    KNOWDLE Foundation & Research Institute is a private, nonprofit organization with a worldwide mission to promote human/computer open knowledge freedom.   Our aim is to defend all human beings rights to access free knowledge – helpful & easy to use knowledge applications – for a better and sustainable world.   Our principal purpose is to address complex challenges of significant social and economic impact using Biologically-inspired Artificial Intelligent Internet-based Algorithms & Technics. 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 3
  • 5. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands    Provide resonance leadership in addressing issues that confront the future of the Open Knowledge and Biologically-inspired Intelligent Internet.   Are the organisational home for the groups responsible for Internet infrastructure standards, including the Open Knowledge Engineering Task Force (OK.ETF) and the Open Knowledge Architecture Board (OK.AB).   Act as a global clearinghouse for Open Knowledge and Open Education.   Facilitate and coordinate open knowledge-related initiatives around the world. 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 4
  • 6. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  VISION   We seek to use knowledge as a key to creating value and wealth through processing using biologically-inspired artificial intelligence internet-based systems to optimize decision-making because of their potential to provide long-term social benefits and reach a sustainable worlds. 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 5
  • 7. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  MISION  Will support human intelligence and actions in decision making with a biologically-inspired intelligent computerized model, as sophisticated as it can, in order to bring better results, improve personal freedom and make society’s ability more efficient to properly exploit its resources. 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 6
  • 8. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  VALUES The work of the various parts of the KFRI’s organisation is governed by a series of shared values:   Knowledge worth sharing   Eco-intelligence   Radical transparency   Selfish generosity   Together worth more   Crowd funding   Open & Global 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 7
  • 9. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands    Transform open knowledge in open intelligence applications and deploy the biologically-inspired intelligent cloud   Create open knowledge and intelligence applications of use to ourselves and others   Help others create open knowledge and intelligences of use to themselves and others   Build a sustainable and intelligent community   Develop intelligent tools and services in relation to the above   Increase “open knowledge” uses 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 8
  • 10. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  HOW WE OPERATE   The Knowdle Foundation & Research Institute is a community. This community is open to everyone and organized around 5 core principles of:   Commitment to open knowledge   Commitment to biologically-inspired intelligent sollutions   Open & intelligent discussion   Meritocracy   Tolerance 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 9
  • 11. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  WHAT WE DO We work specifically to:   Promote the idea of open knowledge to reach open intelligence, both what it is, and why is it a good idea.   Run ‘Open Knowledge’ and events, for example forums, workshops and symposia.   Develop intelligent tools for a better & sustainable world.   Provide infrastructure, and potentially a home, for open knowledge projects, communities and resources, for example, via the Knowdle Consortium Groups programs and services.   Running through all of our activities is a strong emphasis on decentralized collaboration. In particular, a primary aim is to help others develop open knowledge material as well as creating it ourselves. We believe that the future lies in collaboration between a multitude of different groups and that no one group or organisation can, or should try to, “do it all”. 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 10
  • 12. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands    INTELLIGENT NETWORKING TO INNOVATION “Bringing Intelligent Networking to Open Innovation on Knowledge Internet-based Architectures”   INTELLIGENT SOLUTIONS 4 SUSTAINABLE INDUSTRIES “Open Knowledge Internet-based Architectures & Solutions for Sustainable Industries”   INTELLIGENT DIGITAL IDENTITIES GROUP “Applied Knowledge Identities for Knowledge Business Organization”   INTELLIGENT SOCIAL MEDIA & CROWDSOURCING “Building Strategies and Architectures for Intelligent Social Media and Crowdsourcing Applications”   COGNITIVE INTERNET-BASED ARCHITECTURES & TOOLS “KNOWDLE Tools for Knowledge Business Organization”   ECOGNOMY & ICOGNOVATION “Knowledge Economy & Innovation”   BIO-INSPIRED COGNITIVE SYSTEMS “Biologically-Inspired Computing Approaches to Cognitive Systems and Bio-Plausible Cognitive Robotics”   INTELLIGENT PARTICIPATORY & TRANSPARENT GOVERNANCE “Building Intelligent Tools 4 Participatory & Transparent Governance”   INTELLIGENT ECOSYSTEMS “Bringing ECO-efficiency & ECO-innovation to the Net” 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 11
  • 13. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands    INTELLIGENT NETWORKING TO INNOVATION   “Bringing Intelligent Networking to Open Innovation on Knowledge Internet-based Architectures”   This group has the goal to cover the transition from social networks to social networks of knowledge, find the meeting point between 2.0 and 3.0 innovation (or k-innovation), that place where innovation generate common knowledge and knowledge give way to better innovation:   Generation of innovative ideas that solve problems raised by the companies.   Portfolio Selection of Innovative ideas are closer to business strategy and expected greater impact on the income statement   Predictive management of the implementation of the ideas in the portfolio.   Innovation Benchmarking.   ICAI Intelligent Computer Aided Innovation, or how to use AI tools to optimize innovation   PROJECTS IN PROGRESS:   ICAIn (INNOVR´US) 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 12
  • 14. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands    INTELLIGENT SOLUTIONS 4 SUSTAINABLE INDUSTRIES   “Open Knowledge Internet-based Architectures & Solutions for Sustainable Industries”   The main aim is to set up the foundations for future knowledge economy as well as promote the creation of a series of internet knowledge-based tools and technologies of the latest generation of Artificial Intelligence, Semantic Web and Open Source of Knowledge. Facilitate SMEs improved competitiveness nationally and internationally. Simplify access to knowledge and decision making to optimize the bottom line and increased its profits at all levels, local, national and international.   PROJECTS IN PROGRESS:   KNOWDLE INDUSTRIAL CONSORTIUM 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 13
  • 15. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands    INTELLIGENT DIGITAL IDENTITIES GROUP (i)   “Applied Knowledge Identities for Knowledge Business Organization”   Concern for the rate at which new electronic technologies are introduced into homes, cars, schools, and public places, and the rapid integration of computers and networks with everyday environments have inspired this research line to examine and discuss the many challenges, opportunities, and risks that these technologies pose. The greatest concern is that the full benefits of these internet technologies will not reach most of their intended users. The multitude of services and applications has created new synergies and dependencies between these technologies and individual users, and proper design requires ease of user, almost instinctive, human interfaces. We examines the problem of digital identities, in light of the new intelligent technologies. 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 14
  • 16. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands    INTELLIGENT DIGITAL IDENTITIES GROUP (ii)   “Applied Knowledge Identities for Knowledge Business Organization”   Digital identity requires identification of individual users, in order to provide them with intelligent personal assistance, based on their needs in specific locations and contexts. We uses scenarios based on location, life events, and social interactions to demonstrate the technological complexities of digital identity and ambient intelligence in the network.   PROJECTS IN PROGRESS:   AKIKBO: A Intelligent Internet Of Things and People   PROPERTY IDENTITIES: Free knowledge and knowledge rights coexisting models and tools 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 15
  • 17. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands    INTELLIGENT SOCIAL MEDIA & CROWDSOURCING   Building Strategies and Architectures for Intelligent Social Media and Crowdsourcing Applications.   Intelligent Social Media is the term for all the ways people connect to people through intelligent computation. Mobile devices, social networks, micro-blogging and location sharing are just a few of the ways people engage in computer-mediated intelligent collective action.   Mapping, measuring and understanding the landscape of social media is our mission. We support tool projects that enable the collection, analysis and visualization of social media data. We host data sets that are relevant to intelligent social media research   PROJECTS IN PROGRESS:   iOXSPHERE MEDIA: The intelligent interactive Media Center for the Cloud   iMPEG: The intelligent Moving Picture Experts Group (Format iMPx) 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 16
  • 18. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands    “COGNITIVE INTERNET-BASED ARCHITECTURES & TOOLS”   KNOWDLE Tools for Knowledge Business Organization   Cognitive Society requiere of new Cognitive Tools to change IT(Information Technologies) in KT (Knowledge Technologies). Information Society and Internet manage huge amount of garbage that need new generation of tools that use AI to transform information in useful knowledge.   PROJECTS IN PROGRESS:   KNOWDLE: BICOS, Biologically-inspired Cognitive Operating System with a Embeded Distributed Search Engine.   iERP: Intelligent Enterprise Resources Processes   KaaS: Knowledge as a Service in the Intelligent Cloud   ROSSETASEK: Intelligent Risk Management 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 17
  • 19. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands    “ECOGNOMY & ICOGNOVATION” (i)   Knowledge Economy   The knowledge economy is a term that refers either to an economy of knowledge focused on the production and management of knowledge in the frame of economic constraints, or to a knowledge-based economy. In the second meaning, more frequently used, it refers to the use of knowledge technologies (such as knowledge engineering and knowledge management) to produce economic benefits as well as job creation. The phrase was popularized by Peter Drucker as the title of Chapter 12 in his book The Age of Discontinuity, And, with a footnote in the text, Drucker attributes the phase to economist Fritz Machlup.   The essential difference is that in a knowledge economy, knowledge is a product, while in a knowledge-based economy, knowledge is a tool. This difference is not yet well distinguished in the subject matter literature. They both are strongly interdisciplinary, involving economists, computer scientists, engineers, mathematicians, chemists and physicists, as well as cognitivists, psychologists and sociologists. 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 18
  • 20. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands    “ECOGNOMY & ICOGNOVATION” (ii)   Knowledge Economy   Various observers describe todays global economy as one in transition to a "knowledge economy," as an extension of an "information society." The transition requires that the rules and practices that determined success in the industrial economy need rewriting in an interconnected, globalized economy where knowledge resources such as know-how and expertise are as critical as other economic resources. According to analysts of the "knowledge economy," these rules need to be rewritten at the levels of firms and industries in terms of knowledge management and at the level of public policy as knowledge policy or knowledge-related.   The Knowledge Economy is structured in a base material that has created great changes on the economic, social and political. The new base material applied to the production consists of the intelligent electronic-digital computer that has reshaped the social relations of production, distribution and exchange in the world.   In this way, contemporary capitalism has a Knowledge Economy where the activities of creation, adaptation, dissemination and depreciation of knowledge has grown at a phenomenal pace. In this knowledge economy is structured a new industrial pattern of development where new industries (software and telecommunications) and the old ones are rejuvenated by the productive application of new technologies. 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 19
  • 21. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands    “ECOGNOMY & ICOGNOVATION” (iii)   Knowledge Economy   In this way, contemporary capitalism has a Knowledge Economy where the activities of creation, adaptation, dissemination and depreciation of knowledge has grown at a phenomenal pace. In this knowledge economy is structured a new industrial pattern of development where new industries (software and telecommunications) and the old ones are rejuvenated by the productive application of new technologies.   Our goal is progress in a knowledge economy model and methodologes that contribute to human being sustainable progress.   PROJECTS IN PROGRESS:   Ecognomy Basics and Technics   Free Knowledge vs. Knowledge Rights   Knowledge valleys, villages and centers: drivers for ecognomy changes   Intelligent Governance: Ethic Net Profits “Think Global Act Local Ethic Profits” 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 20
  • 22. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands    “BIO-INSPIRED COGNITIVE SYSTEMS”   Biologically-Inspired Computing Approaches to Cognitive Systems and Bio-Plausible Cognitive Robotics   Typically the complex overall behaviour is the result of compounded non-linearities in the component interactions. Furthermore, many systems of interest exhibit sophisticated adaptation responses over multiple timescales, and are resilient with respect to variations in component connectivity -- often as a result of self-organization properties. Almost all such naturally- occurring systems are biological in origin, and the phrase biologically-inspired complex adaptive systems (BICAS) has been used to generically refer to all such artificial systems.   The ultimate aim of BICAS research is to understand and build artificial complex adaptive systems with the same attractive properties of adaptation and resilience and self-organization as are found in naturally-occurring complex adaptive systems. The relevance of the BICAS approach to the science and engineering of cognitive systems is manifest.   PROJECTS IN PROGRESS:   DEEP BLUE KNOWLEDGE: BICAS for Collective Intelligence Engines 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 21
  • 23. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands    INTELLIGENT PARTICIPATORY & TRANSPARENT GOVERNANCE   Building Intelligent Tools 4 Participatory & Transparent Governance.   The Research Group intends to actively promote business ethics and transparency through research, design, implementation and dissemination of integrity-based compliance programs both locally and regionally to deploy AI Internet-based tools.   PROJECTS IN PROGRESS:   iALKALDE: Intelligent Mayors Assistant Tools (IMAT) to Promote Participatory Urban Decision-Making (PUDM) and City Hall Efficient Management Support (CHEMS) . 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 22
  • 24. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands    INTELLIGENT ECOSYSTEMS   Bringing ECO-efficiency & ECO-innovation to the Net.   Web 3.0 or Semantic Web and Grid Computing is creating a critical inflection point for the enterprise IT architecture, a architecture for Knowledge. And the result of this convergence holds the mentioned promise of addressing some of the most relevant problems faced by organizations today: KaaS, Knowledge as a Service.   Thus, through Cloud Computing technologies, companies can access and use business applications "on demand" by significantly reducing fixed costs and the large initial outlay (which currently are required to purchase hardware and software) and associated investment ICT > KCT according to the "peaks" of their needs.   PROJECTS IN PROGRESS:   OpengreenKCTs: Bringing eco-efficiency to the Intelligent Cloud and KaaS . I[P3]: innovation@[people, planet & profit]   16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 23
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  • 26. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  felipe garcía   Spanish Internet Pioneer Internet Spanish Pioneers Gallery!   www.linkedin.com/in/felipe   Passionate Internet entrepreneur involved in major projects in our country ISPs, e-Commerce, security ... now launched an innovative project that combines his three great passions, Internet, Knowledge Economy and Artificial Intelligence, from social network to knowledge network of research and innovation.   Since my student days I thought that artificial intelligence and the internet would shanke the hand ... Now, this is the time.   "Ex Knowdler semper aliquid novi". 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 25
  • 27. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  KNOWDLE FOUNDATION Consortium Sponsor   When you join the KFIR as a consortium member, you join a society of ethical open knowledge users community who support reserach essential freedoms knowledge for all human beings.   When you sign up as a consortium member you join an informed society working together to make a better world: respectful of individual freedom, social solidarity, personal privacy, and democracy built on open knowledge. 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 26
  • 28. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  KNOWDLE FOUNDATION Consortium Sponsor   Why join the Knowdle Foundation?   As a open knowledge architecs, free knowledge applications lets you build and improve on the work of others, as part of a social community built on the principles of sharing.   As an artist, you can do things with free knowledge software that proprietary software does not allow. All free software allows you to use it for any purpose.   As a user, free knowledge, where you are able to help yourself and are not dependent on a single developer or company to help you.   As a student, you can study and modify the knowledge software you use, learning from and enhancing the tools that you use for education. 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 27
  • 29. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  SUPPORT US   The Open Knowledge Foundation is a not-for-profit organization. Your support ensures the Foundation can continue and expand its work. Sponsorship will extend for 12 months from the month of receipt of payment.   Become a ‘Consortia Research Sponsor Program’ CRSP (annually, minimum 3 years program)   CRSP Member from 50K€   Become a ‘Consortia Research Promotor Program’ CRPP (annually, minimum 3 years program available only for SME)   CRPP Member from 10K€ 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 28
  • 30. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  KNOWDLE CONSORTIUM GROUP Associate Membership   The Knowdle Consortium Group (KCG) is a nonprofit research enterprise cluster founded to provide leadership in Open Knowdledge & Applied Intelligent Internet related standars, education and policy. We are dedicated to ensuring the open development, evolution and use of the Knowledge for the benefit of people throughout the world. 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 29
  • 31. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  KCG SUPPORT US   All our services and software are provided openly and for free. Your support ensures the Consortium can continue and expand its work.   Membership will extend for 12 months from the month of receipt of payment.   Become an‘Individual Supporter’(annually)   Open Knowledge Leaders (50€)   Open Knowledge Architecs (25€)   Open Knowledge Creators (50€)   Open Knowledge Students (Free)   and OK-users (10€) 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 30
  • 32. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  KCG SUPPORT US   Become an ‘Institutional Supporter’ (annually) For Profit Organization   Global Premium Member 50K€   Golden Member 10K€   Silver Member 5K€   Associate Member 2.5K€   Small Business Associate Member 1,25K For Non-Profit Organization   50% discount   Make a one-off or in-kind donation 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 31
  • 33. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  OPEN KNOWDLEGE FORUM   The Open Knowledge Forums are a series of informal gatherings centred on the subject of open knowledge/intelligence. It aims to bring together those /producing/ and those / campaigning/, and to cover everything from software to the law. The sessions are usually held in the evenings in KCG Local Chapters and their format is to have talks by three or four different people followed by a general discussion. 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 32
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  • 37. Knowdle Foundation Knowdle Consortia Research Group TATUM | Calle de la Basílica, 19 E-28020 Madrid Madrid SPAIN felipe garcía16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 36
  • 38.  Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands 16/2/11KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery CONSORTIA SPONSORSHIP PROGRAMS37
  • 39. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  CONSORTIA Research at the KNOWDLE Media Lab comprises interconnected developments in an wide range of Biologically-Inspired Computing disciplines, such as intelligent software agents; intelligent machine understanding; intelligent learning; affective computing; advanced intelligent interface design; knowledge media; interactive video; interactive intellligent cinema; and new approaches to eco- efficiency, greenTIK, Knowledge as a Service (KaaS), intelligent cloud o nanomedia, and nanoscale sensing. 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 38
  • 40. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  CONSORTIA   BIO-ENGINEERING CONSORTIUM   BIO-NANOTECHNOLOGY CONSORTIUM   BIO-INSPIRED COGNITIVE SYSTEMS CONSORTIUM   BIO-INSPIRED SOCIAL RESEARCH CONSORTIUM   LEVELS OF SPONSORSHIP   CSRP, Consortium Sponsorship Research Program   CRS, Consortium Research Sponsor   CRP, Consortium Research Partner 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 39
  • 41. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  CSRP   The most frequently selected option, consortium sponsorship research program connects a company with a group of other sponsors and KNOWDLE Media Lab faculty and research staff focused on a common agenda. Sponsors join one of three Media Lab consortia— . Although a consortium sponsor joins only one consortium, all consortium-level sponsors have access to the breadth of all research conducted at the Lab. In addition, companies at this level of sponsorship can take advantage of our graduate fellows program.   BENEFITS   Membership in one consortium and one research program;   Access to all projects of the research conducted at the Lab;   Lab-wide visiting privileges;   Customized company day at the Lab with a strategic brainstorming session;   Invitation to sponsor week (twice a year);   Invitation to Lab-wide lectures and special events;   Participation in steering committee to oversee the Media Lab relationship;   Access to all KNOWDLE Media Internal Lab publications and password-protected sponsor Web site. Membership: 50,000€ CRSP or 10,000€ CRPP a year for a minimum of three years. 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 40
  • 42. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  CRS   Consortium Research Sponsorship (CRS) enables a sponsor to form a closer relationship with specific areas of research by placing an employee-in-residence in the Lab. The employee is provided with space in the Lab and the opportunity to work closely with principal investigators and graduate students on specific projects.   With an employee in residence at the Lab, a company can take a deep dive into the development of a research project under the guidance and in collaboration with a Lab researcher.   Employees in residence become a part of the fabric of the Lab, working closely with faculty, senior research staff, and graduate students with a broad range of technical skills and research knowledge.   BENEFITS   Membership in one consortium (access to all Research Program of the Consortium choosen);   Company employee-in-residence;   Lab-wide visiting privileges;   Customized company day at the Lab with a strategic brainstorming session;   Invitation to sponsor week (twice a year);   Invitation to Lab-wide lectures and special events;   Access to all KNOWDLE Media Lab publications and password-protected sponsor Website; and   Optional participation in the Labs graduate fellows program. Membership: 100,000€ CRSP or 50,000€ CRPP a year for a minimum of three years. 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 41
  • 43. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  CRP   Consortium Research Partner is the highest level of consortium sponsorship available at the KNOWDLE Media Lab.   BENFITS   Membership in existing Lab consortia;   The opportunity to establish a steering committee, comprising both sponsor and Lab representation, to oversee the sponsor’s relationship to the Media Lab;   A special company/organization day at the Media Lab;   An employee in residence at the Media Lab;   Selection of two Lab graduate fellows, who will carry the sponsor’s name;   Lab-wide visiting privileges;   Invitations to Lab-wide lectures and special events; and   Access to publications (both print and digital); and access to insite, the Lab’s password-protected Web site for sponsors. Membership: 250,000€ CRSP or 100,000€ CRPP a year for a minimum of three years. 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 42
  • 44. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  SBOKRC, leads innovation, builds interdisciplinary and international networks, and focuses research on important public issues. The SBOKRC is guided by the belief that justice, prosperity, and democracy all require better understanding of complex social, cultural, economic, and political processes. We work with practitioners, policymakers, and academic researchers in all the social sciences, related professions, and the humanities and natural sciences. With partners around the world, we mobilize existing knowledge for new problems, link research to practice and policy, strengthen individual and institutional capacities for learning, and enhance public access to information. We bring necessary knowledge to public action in our research lines. 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 43
  • 45. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  MFKL, Mentoring Future Knowledge Liderships   Mentoring chlidren with talent in social deprived backgrounds to provide them best education as possible Membership: Supporter 10€/m; Mentor 25€/m MUKW, Mentoring Unemployed Knowledge Worker   Mentoring unemployed scientific, technical and creative knowledge to work in open while they find a job or create your own business Membership: Supporter 10€/m; Mentor 25€/m 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 44
  • 46. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  financing/capital flow ideas flow KaaS model KaaS OPEN KNOWLEDGE 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 45
  • 47. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  R&D NATIONAL talent & EUROPEAN FUNDs exit window exit window ADITIONAL FINANCIAL FUNDS 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 46
  • 48. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  KMEDIALAB KMEDIALAB open knowledge PROJECT talent KMEDIALAB BETA ideas KaaS knowledge Knowledge as a Service 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 47
  • 49. Before printing this slides, make sure it is necessary. Protecting the environment is in your hands  Knowledge as a Service (KaaS) Enable & provide a) Knowledge Applications or b) business knowledge applications and intelligent solutions as a Service 16/2/11 KNOWDLE Beyond Knowledge Discovery 48
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