So as a conclusion, we outline the significant role that science and technology can play duringinnovation processes.It questions the view that holds that semantic data applied to user generated content can enrich decision making tasks.And, it suggests electronic brainstorming sessions to better perform idea generation activities.
Structuring E-Brainstorming to Better Support Innovation Processes<br />Lorea Lorenzo, Osane Lizarralde,<br />Igor Santo, Alexandre Passant<br />
Motivation<br />Gather knowledge by idea generation<br />Accessible + scalable communication techniques<br />Allow creation + exchange of user-generated content<br />Brainstorming<br />Team-based technique to create/discuss ideas<br />Promote creativity by synergy<br />Rapid acquisition of large amount of information<br />
Brainstorming drawbacks<br />We met in the big Apple ...<br />We?<br />Who does she refer to?<br />Ambiguity when talking<br />Apple?<br />Is that the Apple Store? NYC?<br />
Brainstorming drawbacks<br />Brainstorming session A<br />Brainstorming session B<br />Topic: Political Diversity in Twitter<br />Topic: Political Polarization in Twitter<br />Information Isolation<br />