Internet, Collaboration, Globalization, Connected
world, Computer power, Sharing economy, liquid
democracy, 3Dprinters, Exponential
development, Digital & Home Fabrication, Open
Data, Open Science, Machine Learning, Robots
blah blah blah blah blah…
• Access to computers-and anything that might teach you something about
the way the world works-should be unlimited and total.
• All information should be free.
• Hackers should be judged by their hacking, not bogus criteria such as
degrees, age, race, or position.
• Freedom on the internet
• Remember hacking is not craking thus using technology for personal gain
VALUES of the hacker subcultures:
”Sharing knowledge and tools needed to work
with and understand technolgy”
Collaborative research driven by peoples’
needs, curiosity or wish to improve the
A diybio/citizen science experimental competition to find new antibiotics http://is.gd/Biostrike
Biostrike! crowdsourced antibiotic discovery
Baessy - Open source tools & assays for citizen science.
Joint project between Novozymes and Biologigaragen.
By @GernotJAbel & @Mmborch
Bio Media Art
Reflecting and asking questions about our
relation to nature and our body
Art Science Collaboration
IT-University of Copenhagen
Martin Borch & Laura Beloff
A Bioreactor is a symbiosis between algae, bacteria and a human being. The bacteria
generate electricity from the dead algae,in the tubes. The electricity should not be seen as
power but as a signal telling about the status and wellbeing of the symbiosis. It’s an interface
between ITC and biology that maybe can substitute simpel touch screens.
WHY? * Curiosity
* Personal network
* Changing the world
* Knowledge sharing
The corporate slides. Our offerings and
ways we helped clients work with open
Build a Business in 90 days
Read more: //ow.ly/VOS1N
Based in Scandinavia, but with a global reach, we bring a Scandinavian
attitude to teamwork and consulting. We do not deliver a report, but embed in
the organisation, dissolving the boundaries between clients and consultants.
We collaborate, coach and educate on a one-to-one basis and with the entire
team through workshops and events. The aim is that the project can continue
and have a sustainable impact even when the consultants leave again.
Our five Implementation principles are:
1) Impact: We are not focused on deliverables, but the long-term impact for
both business and people.
2) Authenticity: We express our opinions and give honest feedback
professionally and personally.
3) Importance: We challenge the importance to change both business,
mindset and behaviour.
4) Energy: We bring inspiration, but also new perspectives that challenge
while ensuring a good mood.
5) People: We identify the right people and facilitate dialogue about
strengths and weaknesses.