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creativity and collaboration      in the academy         10/19/11      los angeles, ca
1.typology of innovation…
“user led” innovation
Licensed under CC BY SA by Ed Uthman, http://www.flickr.com/photos/78147607@N
Textunexpected development:hypertext and browsers.
the emergence of new forms ofinnovation enabled by networks.
“distributed” innovation
something in the law to prevent    people from sharing…
no:  copying,distribution,display, etc.(unless licensed)
unexpectedconsequence.
Creative Commons works at year end500,000,000                                                                             ...
aggregation. tagging. non-linearity.        flow. reuse. adaptation.Wikimedia globe is… © & ™ All rights reserved, Wikimed...
“open” innovation
something in the culture to prevent   companies from sharing…
what„s the next layer of the commons?
2.how IP fits into innovation models
“intellectual property” =
“intellectual property” = a gaggle of rights…
“intellectual property”
“intellectual property”
“intellectual property”
“intellectual property”
not:
not:
not:
(so what’s this?)
(or this?)
how we use IP in collaboration now.
source: CAMBIA Patent Lens
how we should collaborate:
simple.. weak. scalable. open.
simple. weak. scalable. open.
simple. weak. standardized. open.
simple. weak. standardized. open.
not just digital stuff anymore.
3.the university as creative ecosystem.
maintaining capacity to recognize userinnovation, while creating the conditions            for other types…
when in doubt, opt for open.
always have anopt out.
innovation is usually surprising.
the strengths and risks of incrementalism.
p.s.we have no idea how weird it’s going to get.
how does your university react in the  world that is racing right at us?
in a world of constant change, opensystems can out-evolve closed ones.
thank you.  @wilbanksjtw@del-fi.orghttp://del-fi.org
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  1. 1. creativity and collaboration in the academy 10/19/11 los angeles, ca
  2. 2. 1.typology of innovation…
  3. 3. “user led” innovation
  4. 4. Licensed under CC BY SA by Ed Uthman, http://www.flickr.com/photos/78147607@N
  5. 5. Textunexpected development:hypertext and browsers.
  6. 6. the emergence of new forms ofinnovation enabled by networks.
  7. 7. “distributed” innovation
  8. 8. something in the law to prevent people from sharing…
  9. 9. no: copying,distribution,display, etc.(unless licensed)
  10. 10. unexpectedconsequence.
  11. 11. Creative Commons works at year end500,000,000 100.0%450,000,000 90.0%400,000,000 80.0%350,000,000 70.0%300,000,000 60.0% Total Free %250,000,000 50.0% Ported %200,000,000 40.0%150,000,000 30.0%100,000,000 20.0% 50,000,000 10.0% 0 0.0% 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011-09
  12. 12. aggregation. tagging. non-linearity. flow. reuse. adaptation.Wikimedia globe is… © & ™ All rights reserved, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.
  13. 13. “open” innovation
  14. 14. something in the culture to prevent companies from sharing…
  15. 15. what„s the next layer of the commons?
  16. 16. 2.how IP fits into innovation models
  17. 17. “intellectual property” =
  18. 18. “intellectual property” = a gaggle of rights…
  19. 19. “intellectual property”
  20. 20. “intellectual property”
  21. 21. “intellectual property”
  22. 22. “intellectual property”
  23. 23. not:
  24. 24. not:
  25. 25. not:
  26. 26. (so what’s this?)
  27. 27. (or this?)
  28. 28. how we use IP in collaboration now.
  29. 29. source: CAMBIA Patent Lens
  30. 30. how we should collaborate:
  31. 31. simple.. weak. scalable. open.
  32. 32. simple. weak. scalable. open.
  33. 33. simple. weak. standardized. open.
  34. 34. simple. weak. standardized. open.
  35. 35. not just digital stuff anymore.
  36. 36. 3.the university as creative ecosystem.
  37. 37. maintaining capacity to recognize userinnovation, while creating the conditions for other types…
  38. 38. when in doubt, opt for open.
  39. 39. always have anopt out.
  40. 40. innovation is usually surprising.
  41. 41. the strengths and risks of incrementalism.
  42. 42. p.s.we have no idea how weird it’s going to get.
  43. 43. how does your university react in the world that is racing right at us?
  44. 44. in a world of constant change, opensystems can out-evolve closed ones.
  45. 45. thank you. @wilbanksjtw@del-fi.orghttp://del-fi.org
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