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ICT10 - Collective
Awareness
Platforms
for Sustainability
and Social
Innovation
Examples of "Collective Awareness Platforms"
• Collaborative Consumption: lending, exchanging, bartering
• Designed to ope...
H2020 ICT10 – Collective Awareness Platforms
for Sustainability and Social Innovation
Call 2 closes 14 April 2015 - Budget...
Foster understanding of social innovation:
creative, multidisciplinary
Legal
Physics
Sociology
Innovation
Economics
Art
Ps...
ICT10 a) CAPS pilots 24M€
• Solutions to sustainability challenges harnessing network effects, bottom-up
participatory par...
ICT10 b) multidisciplinary research on CAPS 4m€
• Better understanding of the obstacles and opportunities of collective aw...
• Digital social platforms for multidisciplinary groups developing
innovative solutions to societal challenges
• Scaling u...
ICT10 d) Coordinating pilots and
research activities in CAPs (1M€)
• To support and coordinate experimental and scientific...
CAPS expected impact
• Demonstrate effectiveness, compared to existing solutions, of new bottom-up,
open and distributed a...
CAPS expected impact (2/2)
• Demonstrate whether collaborative concepts based on the Internet can offer
solutions to socie...
What is NOT in scope ?
• Proposals without a clear existing (and
physical) community of motivated users
• No "virtual" sol...
Horizon 2020 – LEIT-ICT
12
• Submission Deadline: 14-04-2015 17:00:00 (Brussels local time)
• Research and Innovation Acti...
Horizon 2020 – LEIT-ICT
13
ICT 10 – 2015 Participant Portal
http
://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/o...
CAPS @ DG Connect
Proposers can contact their National Contact Point:
http
://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/de...
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Collective Awareness Platforms for Sustainability and Social Innovation

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Loretta Anania (CAPS project officer) presented the CAPS call for proposals at an Info Day In Barcelona, February 9th 2015 http://p2pvalue.eu/blog/caps-infoday-barcelona-9th-feb

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Collective Awareness Platforms for Sustainability and Social Innovation

  1. 1. ICT10 - Collective Awareness Platforms for Sustainability and Social Innovation
  2. 2. Examples of "Collective Awareness Platforms" • Collaborative Consumption: lending, exchanging, bartering • Designed to operate at scale, across geographic boundaries • Airbnb: rent a place from other people • Getting facts or evidence from citizens for better decision making (at personal, local or institutional levels) • Ushahidi: Crowd map information from cell phones, news and the web • WEB COSI (wellbeing statistics) • WIKIRATE (citizens rating corporate social responsibility • Encouraging sustainable behaviours & Lifestyles • The Eatery: records eaten food, calculates healthiness, gives personalised advice, and compares individual behaviours with peers • DECARBONET (raising collective awareness on environmental challenges) • alternative ways of problem solving (crowdsourcing/funding) • Kickstarter: crowdfunding startups D-CENT: tools for direct democracy, • CAP4ACCESS: Collectively removing barriers to inclusion and mobility
  3. 3. H2020 ICT10 – Collective Awareness Platforms for Sustainability and Social Innovation Call 2 closes 14 April 2015 - Budget 37 M€ http://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/collectiveawareness “Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.” Ryunosuke Satoro ICT networks, network effects & citizen engagement co-operation, supporting socio-economic models of progress, civil society activities that go beyond GDP To create awareness of sustainability challenges To find bottom-up solutions for real communities . Based on open data, open source and open hardware participatory forms of innovation Requires multidisciplinary participation non-ICT domains. Appeals to grassroots actors (including social entrepreneurs, students, local hackers, civil society organisations)
  4. 4. Foster understanding of social innovation: creative, multidisciplinary Legal Physics Sociology Innovation Economics Art Psychology Philosophy History ICT • online reputation mechanisms (identity that preserves a level of privacy, bias-free systems, quality guarantees and trust, self-protecting systems) value creation models beyond short-term monetisation or personal greed • motivation & incentives to progress for wellbeing, safety, by donating time • sustainable engagement
  5. 5. ICT10 a) CAPS pilots 24M€ • Solutions to sustainability challenges harnessing network effects, bottom-up participatory paradigms • Leveraging on innovative combinations of distributed social networks, sensor networks and knowledge co-creation networks. • Grounded on open data, open source, distributed social networking, open hardware, mobile communications, integrated mobile sensing. • Pioneering crowdsourcing/crowdfunding, social innovation (beyond GDP) by involving grass-root local communities • Addressing a combination of sustainability areas. • Including local communities, grassroots, hackers, social entrepreneurs, students, citizens, creative industries and civil society organisations. • Compact and small proposals, with a multidisciplinary skill.
  6. 6. ICT10 b) multidisciplinary research on CAPS 4m€ • Better understanding of the obstacles and opportunities of collective awareness platforms • Motivations and incentives for online collaboration. • Impact and scaleability effects (eg what more awareness and peer pressure can do to encourage sustainable behaviours and lifestyles. • Defining online reputation mechanisms, corporate social responsibility, ethics. • Contributing to policy & technologies to addressing identity, anonymity, ethics and responsible uses of data, privacy, network neutrality, non- discriminatory access, collective internet governance, • New economic and value creation models beyond GDP, quality requirements for user-generated knowledge, visualisation of social interactions and trends. • How to manage online communities with smart manners, social networking that extracts the "wisdom of the crowds". • At least two entities from research and innovation domains different than ICT
  7. 7. • Digital social platforms for multidisciplinary groups developing innovative solutions to societal challenges • Scaling up: transposition of existing or emerging solutions to larger transnational scales • Can build on established open multi-stakeholder networks, e.g. European Innovation Partnerships • Provide a suitable ICT-enabled cooperative environment for expansion and governance • Transferable and scalable to other communities in different domains and societal challenges. c) Digital Social Platforms (7M€)
  8. 8. ICT10 d) Coordinating pilots and research activities in CAPs (1M€) • To support and coordinate experimental and scientific activities in this field • To compare approaches and distil best practices • Involving and networking stakeholders from a variety of application areas and disciplines • Digital social platforms & multidisciplinary research
  9. 9. CAPS expected impact • Demonstrate effectiveness, compared to existing solutions, of new bottom-up, open and distributed approaches exploiting network effects • Pioneer participatory forms of innovation based on open software, open data and open hardware • Capable of reaching critical mass to transpose the proposed approach to other application areas or policies related to sustainability; • Effective involvement of citizens and relevant bodies (eg new constituencies, key actors, to establish durable interdisciplinary collaborations • (Objective c:) new concepts and models for the development of digital social platforms, and deeper understanding of social innovation processes • understanding technologies and social problems related to a connected information society; • Impact includes ethical and 'openness' aspects of innovation (privacy respecting) data collected in field trials or pilots;
  10. 10. CAPS expected impact (2/2) • Demonstrate whether collaborative concepts based on the Internet can offer solutions to societal and sustainability challenges, can make use of creative commons, collective problem solving, knowledge sharing, collaborative journalism, social exchange and community-wide participation at local if not global scale. • Achieving on the longer term a more active citizen participation in decision making, collective governance (including global Internet governance), new democracy models, self-regulation, new business and economy models • Demonstrate scalability, reusability of results and generalizability of proposed solutions at local or regional level • (Objective c:) Transferability and scalability of the digital social platforms model, to enlarged communities across administartive borders • Measurable improvement in cooperation among citizens, researchers, public authorities, private companies, non-profit, non-governmental and any other civil society organisation in fostering sustainable collaborative consumption patterns and lifestyles • product and service creation in the information society
  11. 11. What is NOT in scope ? • Proposals without a clear existing (and physical) community of motivated users • No "virtual" solution, no fit-all blueprint with no use case • Proposals for technology-push per se • Consortia without at least two partners which bring non-ICT disciplines to tackle the innovation context or focus area
  12. 12. Horizon 2020 – LEIT-ICT 12 • Submission Deadline: 14-04-2015 17:00:00 (Brussels local time) • Research and Innovation Actions, EU contribution 2 million € • Topic Budget: 7 million € • Cumulative threshold: 10 (3/3/3) CAPS Evaluation: Budgets, Thresholds
  13. 13. Horizon 2020 – LEIT-ICT 13 ICT 10 – 2015 Participant Portal http ://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/h2020/topics/9082-ic
  14. 14. CAPS @ DG Connect Proposers can contact their National Contact Point: http ://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/support/natio CAPS Website has background docs, project lists, examples http://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/collectiveawareness Official WP 2015 call specification & guidelines http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/data/ref/h2020/wp/20 14_2015/main/h2020-wp1415-leit-ict_en.pdf Contacts: fabrizio.sestini@ec.europa.eu loretta.anania@ec.europa.eu johanna.schepers@ec.europa.eu horst.kraemer@ec.europa.eu (DSP, @horstk)

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