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THE FUTURE WE NEED, or Why Today World Should be Disrupted


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THE FUTURE WE NEED, or Why Today World Should be Disrupted

  1. 1. I-WORLD PLATFORM: GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY SUSTAINABLE WORLD DEVELOPMENT GOALS/MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS AND BEYOND AT THE UNITED NATIONS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SUMMIT ON 25 SEPTEMBER 2015, WORLD LEADERS ADOPTED THE 2030 AGENDA FOR SUSTAINABLE, INCLUSIVE AND RESILIENT DEVELOPMENT, WHICH INCLUDES A SET OF 17 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS TO END POVERTY, FIGHT INEQUALITY AND INJUSTICE, AND TACKLE CLIMATE CHANGE BY 2030. BUILDING FUTURE WORLD. I-WORLD MANIFESTO: HTTP://WWW.SLIDESHARE.NET/ASHABOOK/IWORLD-25498222 HTTP://WWW.SLIDESHARE.NET/ASHABOOK/SMART-WORLD HTTP://WWW.SLIDESHARE.NET/ASHABOOK/FUTURE-WORLD-27173937 THE FUTURE WE NEED, or Why Today World Should be Disrupted: The Wealth and Poverty of the World: “In 2014, the richest 1% of people in the world owned 48% of global wealth, leaving just 52% to be shared between the other 99% of adults on the planet. By 2016, the top 1% will have more than 50% of total global wealth”, which totaled USD 263 trillion equivalent to USD 56,000 per adult in mid-2014. “80 people now have the same wealth as the bottom half of the world’s population” (WEALTH, OXFAM, 2015) “A small child has greater wealth than the 2 billion poorest people in the world combined, since a small child has no debt”. The global debt is now exceeding USD 200 trillion. It’s now very clear that the present world is doomed to extinction, and should be replaced by a self-sustaining dynamic world, which is smarter and more sustainable, that is, intelligent and innovative, healthy and secure, liveable, resilient, and efficient, moral, fair and open, environmental and ecological, instrumented and interconnected.
  3. 3. THE FUTURE WE WISH ALL: IT’S A SUSTAINABLE WORLD  The Sustainable World Concept is emerging in the quest for sustainable growth and smart economic, technological and socio-cultural development and intelligent governance for international communities and states, regions and cities, and global virtual communities, as well as for enterprises, industries and economies, local, regional and global.  Sustainable World is Sustainable Continents, Intelligent Nations and Smart Eco Cities, Smart People and Smart Life, Sustainable Land and Environment, Sustainable Infrastructure and Smart Industry, Smart Grids and Eco Buildings, Intelligent ICT and Eco Mobility, Big Science and Future Technology, Internet of Everything and Smart Web, Smart Financing and Intelligent Banking, Smart Health and Education, Smart Security and Safety, Smart Government, Regulations and Standards.  Demographic, environmental, economic, political, and socio-cultural factors are forcing the future world to become more efficient, rational, dynamic, intelligent, technological, and self-sustaining, or smart and sustainable.  The World has to go through a substantial transformation, to become smart, intelligent and ecological (see the “Sustainable World” Trinity diagram), driven by four key i-factors: Intelligence, Integration, Innovation, and instrumentation.  The Sustainable World Strategy aims to model Future World as an eco-intelligent Planet of sustainable communities, villages, cities, regions, and countries.    THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  4. 4. THE WORLD WE NEED FOR ALL: SUSTAINABLE WORLD OF CONTINENTS, COUNTRIES, CITIES AND COMMUNITIES  VISION: SUSTAINABLE WORLD of 4Cs: Continents, Countries, Cities and Communities  MISSION: smart eco communities, intelligent green cities, sustainable living, healthy and smart environments, renewable energy global infrastructure, smart green real estates; the citizens’well-being, physical, mental, and social  GOALS: Promoting a Smart World Foundation Framework, the principles, guidelines, standards, solutions, specifications, technologies, for constructing Sustainable Communities: local, national, international or worldwide; Networking government leaders, policy makers, industry players, local governments, city managers, academia, developers, technology providers and NGOs across the world, promoting smart sustainable communities; smart solutions to critical global problems, as climate change, fresh water, or green energy; advancing converging solutions in Education, Science, and Research, Technology, Engineering and Industry  PRINCIPLES AND STRATEGIES: Smart World Global Policy, Sustainable Development, Eco World Development, Digital World Development, Social World Development, Comprehensive Planning, Sustainable Urban Design and Planning, Smart/Intelligent City Solutions, Eco City Development Principles  TECHNOLOGIES: Intelligent ICT Technologies; Ecological/Clean/Environmental Technologies; Social Innovations and Technologies, KM Technologies, Integrated Networks; Emerging and Disruptive Technologies  SUSTAINABLE STRATEGY: The Triple Bottom Line Sustainability Model (Full Cost Account)  Natural Capital(Planet, Environmental Protection and Ecosystems Conservation and Enrichment),  Social Capital(People, Citizens, Social Well-Being and Equity),  Economical Capital(Profit, Growth, Sustainable Business)  SUSTAINABLE WORLD/CITIES PROGRAMS: EIS’ Sustainable World Strategy; UN Global Development Program, EU 2020; IBM’s Smarter Planet, Cisco’s Smart + Connected Communities;  EIS’ Sustainable World Growth Strategy comprises the Smarter Planet Strategies, Intelligent Urbanization Models, EU 2020 Strategy for Smart, Sustainable and Inclusive growth, as well as national growth strategies as Japan’s “New Growth Strategy" or Russia’s Smart Nation Development.  "A Smart World: A Development Model for Intelligent Cities“; (Keynote). The 11th IEEE International Conference on Computer and Information Technology (CIT--2011); THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  5. 5. THREE SCENARIOS FOR THE FUTURE WORLD We are at a historical critical point – a defining moment - in building the kind of world to live, with the following three scenarios. I. Lost Decade. The World will have suffered a permanent loss in wealth and capacity for growth II. Sluggish Recovery. The World will have suffered a permanent loss in wealth and start slowly growing from the old basis. III. Sustainable Recovery. The World is making a full recovery and raise its potential and capacity for Sustainable Future  Sustainable World Strategy is the most viable solution for a Full Sustainable Recovery providing economic, social, political, technological and environmental sustainability  Sustainable World Strategy is the platform for Intelligent Nations, Smart Cities and Green Communities  Sustainable World Strategy is advancing both poor nation states and world economies making obsolete the old world division into the core countries, semi-periphery countries and the periphery countries  Sustainable World Strategy sees the world-economy, suffering a heavy crisis, as exhausted and detrimental to a large proportion of the world's population, to be transformed into a smart world-economy  The Sustainable Future requires a complete renovation of the existing world order, as well as the existing infrastructures in the developed high-income countries, as Japan or USA, in the fast developing middle- income countries as BRIC, and in the underdeveloped low-income countries as Tajikistan or Rwanda.  Sustainable World Strategy makes a framework for the Post 2015 Sustainable Development Goals promoted by the Rio+20 Conference and the United Nations Global Development Programs  Smart World Strategy:  THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  6. 6. RIO+20: THE UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT  AGENDA  Environment: legal and ethical issues  Environment: air, water, oceans, climate change  People: social inclusion, green jobs, education  Sustainable agriculture, wildlife, food security, consumption and production patterns  Sustainability policies, programmes and their economic impact  Energy access, efficiency and sustainability  Sustainable cities  Resilience and disaster preparedness  …, leaders from all four corners of the globe must prove that we can provide future generations with a more equitable, more prosperous and greener world for all.  José Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission  Source: Future Perfect. RIO + 20 UN Conference of Sustainable Development. 2012. Tudor Rose.  SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS  The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from 20 to 22 June 2012, resulted in an agreement by Member States to launch a process to develop a set of sustainable development goals that can be used to pursue focused and coherent action on sustainable development.  In the Conference outcome document the Heads of State or Government and high-level representatives resolved to “establish an inclusive and transparent intergovernmental process on sustainable development goals that is open to all stakeholders, with a view to developing global sustainable development goals to be agreed by the General Assembly” (see resolution 66/288, annex, para. 248).  2. Among the inputs to the ongoing consultations on sustainable development goals are the June 2012 report of the United Nations System Task Team on the Post-2015 United Nations Development Agenda, “Realizing the Future We Want for All” and the report of the High-level Panel of the Secretary-General on Global Sustainability (A/66/700).  Source: UN General Assembly. A/67/634 THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  7. 7. UN: MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS AND BEYOND  The eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), as covering human capital, infrastructure and human rights objectives, were developed out of the eight chapters of the Millennium Declaration, signed in September 2000. In all, there are eight goals with 21 targets, and a series of measurable health indicators and economic indicators for each target.  The MDGs, eradicating extreme poverty and hunger, reducing child mortality, halting the spread of HIV/AIDS and providing universal primary education, ensuring environmental sustainability, developing a global partnership, promoting gender equality, empowering women and improving maternal health, have been a framework in global and national development priorities  The outcome document of the 2010 High-level Plenary Meeting of the General Assembly on the MDGs requested the Secretary-General to initiate thinking on a post-2015 development agenda and include recommendations in his annual report on efforts to accelerate MDG progress.  The outcome of the Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development initiated an inclusive intergovernmental process to prepare a set of sustainable development goals (SDGs).  There is broad agreement on the need for close linkages between the two processes to arrive at one global development agenda for the post-2015 period, with sustainable development at its centre.  National consultations on a post-2015 development agenda are under way in more than 70 countries.  The United Nations Development Group has organized a set of eleven thematic consultations, on conflict and fragility; education; environmental sustainability; governance; growth and employment; health; hunger, food and nutrition; inequalities; population dynamics; energy; and water.  A report with the preliminary findings from the national and thematic consultations was launched in March 2013.   THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  8. 8. UN: THE FUTURE WE WANT FOR ALL  The report emphasizes the following defining elements:  Core values of human rights, equality and sustainability  • An agenda based on concrete end goals and targets, one of the key strengths of the Millennium Development Goal framework — potentially differentiated along four dimensions of a more holistic approach: (1) inclusive social  development; (2) inclusive economic development; (3) environmental sustainability; and (4) peace and security — which builds upon the three pillars of sustainable development  • Development enablers, a fair and stable global trading system, adequate financing for development, affordable access to technology and knowledge and good governance practices based on rule of law, among others. that help guide policy coherence at all levels  • Recognizing that one size does not fit all, thus leaving space for national policy design and adaptation to local settings  • Conceiving the agenda as truly global, with shared responsibilities for all countries, implying also a redefinition of the global partnership for Development.  Overall, the sustainable development goals should seek to envision a more holistic and integrated agenda for advancing human well-being that is equitable across individuals, populations and generations; and that achieves universal human development while respecting the Earth’s ecosystems and critical life support systems. Strengthening the interface between science and policy can contribute to defining one set of appropriate goals, targets and indicators of the post-2015 development agenda.  Source: “Realizing the Future We Want for All”. Report to the General Secretary, the UN System Task Team on the Post-2015 UN Development Agenda; Chaired by the Department of Economic and Social Affairs and the United Nations Development Programme, comprising the efforts of more than 60 UN agencies and international organizations.  Sustainable development. UN General Assembly. A/67/634 THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  9. 9. UN SDGS: SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS CONCERNS  In the Rio+20 outcome document, member States agreed that SDGs must be based on Agenda 21 and the Johannesburg Plan of Implementation; Fully respect all the Rio Principles. Here is a list if SDGs QR in the order of increasing concern:  Beyond GDP  Tourism  Community culture and spirituality  Corporate social responsibility  Information and communications technology  Forests  Land management  Good governance  Green economy  Peace and security  Transport and infrastructure  Waste management  Desertification  Equity  Biodiversity  Disaster risk reduction  Oceans and seas  Economy and macroeconomic stability  Cities and housing  Sustainable consumption and production  Gender  Employment  Environment/management of natural resources  Climate change  Means of implementation  Health  Poverty eradication  Education  Energy  Water and sanitation  Food security and sustainable agriculture  UN General Assembly. A/67/634  Sixty-seventh session. Agenda item 20 (a)  Sustainable development: implementation of Agenda 21, the Programme for the Further Implementation of Agenda 21 and the outcomes of the World Summit on Sustainable Development and of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  10. 10. GLOBAL GOALS: SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS  Goal 1. End poverty in all its forms everywhere  Goal 2. End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture  Goal 3. Ensure healthy lives and promote well- being for all at all ages  Goal 4. Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all  Goal 5. Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls  Goal 6. Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all  Goal 7. Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all  Goal 8. Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all  Goal 9. Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation  Goal 10. Reduce inequality within and among countries   Goal 11. Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable  Goal 12. Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns  Goal 13. Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts*  Goal 14. Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development  Goal 15. Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss  Goal 16. Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels  Goal 17. Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development   goverview/post-2015-development-agenda/ THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  11. 11. TRANSFORMING OUR WORLD: THE 2030 AGENDA FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT  People  We are determined to end poverty and hunger, in all their forms and dimensions, and to ensure that all human beings can fulfil their potential in dignity and equality and in a healthy environment.  Planet  We are determined to protect the planet from degradation, including through sustainable consumption and production, sustainably managing its natural resources and taking urgent action on climate change, so that it can support the needs of the present and future generations.  Prosperity  We are determined to ensure that all human beings can enjoy prosperous and fulfilling lives and that economic, social and technological progress occurs in harmony with nature.  Peace  We are determined to foster peaceful, just and inclusive societies which are free from fear and violence. There can be no sustainable development without peace and no peace without sustainable development.  Partnership  We are determined to mobilize the means required to implement this Agenda through a revitalized Global Partnership for Sustainable Development  At the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit on 25 September 2015, world leaders adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which includes a set of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, fight inequality and injustice, and tackle climate change by 2030.  The 17 Sustainable Development Goals and 169 targets … demonstrate the scale and ambition of this new universal Agenda.  They seek to build on the Millennium Development Goals and complete what they did not achieve.  They seek to realize the human rights of all and to achieve gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls. They are integrated and indivisible and balance the three dimensions of sustainable development: the economic, social and environmental.  The Goals and targets will stimulate action over the next 15 years in areas of critical importance for humanity and the planet.  The United Nations summit for the adoption of the post- 2015 development agenda/United Nations, General Assembly  THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  12. 12. THE WORLD TODAY, OR WHY IT SHOULD BE DISRUPTED  There are immense challenges to sustainable world development.  Billions of our citizens continue to live in poverty and are denied a life of dignity.  There are rising inequalities within and among countries.  There are enormous disparities of opportunity, wealth and power.  Gender inequality remains a key challenge.  Unemployment, particularly youth unemployment, is a major concern.  Global health threats, more frequent and intense natural disasters, spiralling conflict, violent extremism, terrorism and related humanitarian crises and forced displacement of people threaten to reverse much of the development progress made in recent decades.  Natural resource depletion and adverse impacts of environmental degradation, including desertification, drought, land degradation, freshwater scarcity and loss of biodiversity, add to and exacerbate the list of challenges which humanity faces.  Climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time and its adverse impacts undermine the ability of all countries to achieve sustainable development. Increases in global temperature, sea level rise, ocean acidification and other climate change impacts are seriously affecting coastal areas and low-lying coastal countries, including many least developed countries and small island developing States.  The survival of many societies, and of the biological support systems of the planet, is at risk”.  “In 2014, the richest 1% of people in the world owned 48% of global wealth, leaving just 52% to be shared between the other 99% of adults on the planet. By 2016, the top 1% will have more than 50% of total global wealth”, which totaled USD 263 trillion equivalent to USD 56,000 per adult in mid-2014. “80 people now have the same wealth as the bottom half of the world’s population” (WEALTH, OXFAM, 2015)  “A small child has greater wealth than the 2 billion poorest people in the world combined, since a small child has no debt”.  The global debt is now exceeding USD 200 trillion.  Debt and (not much) deleveraging, Mckinsey Global Institute, 2015  Global Wealth Report 2014, Credit Suisse Research Institute THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  13. 13. THE WORLD TODAY, AND WHY IT NEEDS DISRUPTION  We see that the world at large is lacking any good sense, intelligence and efficiency, being led by intolerably stupid politics and poor commercial ideology.  As such, it is abundant of global imbalances, social disorder and exclusion, political disintegration and environmental neglect, injustice, dishonesties and corruption and many other social evils and immoralities.  As a result, the present world is abundant of dangerous situations and threats and risks, affecting individuals and persons, families and businesses, groups and communities, cities and regions, nations and countries, societies and international communities.  To make things ever worse, that wildly chaotic and highly volatile world is plagued by the poor global government, corrupted national leadership and incompetent local administration.  Nowadays, that disordered, uncontrolled world is living through a crucial stage, when decisive changes are impending, when the whole planet is looking for a radical transformation in all the key spheres, sectors, parts and systems, which is no longer be kept and managed in the standard ways.  The scope of global crisis, its threats and risks, is becoming overwhelming running from the global and local stock markets to safety and security to the school systems and family values, to the whole countries and international communities.  Going across all aspects of human being, it continually infects all parts of human life, all kinds of economic schemes and political systems, all types of communities, all sectors of human activities.  Azamat Sh. Abdoullaev, The World of Tomorrow: “Smart Green Superpower” Pilots, 2015  THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  14. 14. THE WORLD OF GLOBAL RISKS, OR WHY WE NEED AN INTELLIGENT ORDER  The world faces risks that can be addressed only by its creative disruption; for it currently makes the global network of global risks, systemic crises and critical instabilities:  1. Economic Crisis (mass unemployment, underemployment, wealth inequality, income disparity, recession, depression, bubbles, boom/bust patterns, economic globalization, world poverty, no access to jobs for billions of the global population)  2. Financial Crisis (the state budget crises, fiscal crises, banking crisis, currency crisis, liquidity crises, mass insolvency, credit crunch, no access to finances to billions of the global population)  3. Societal Crisis (social disunity, social unrest, low safety and security, social disorder, civil wars, massive migration, no social security and welfare for billions of the global population)  4. Political Crisis (global governance failure, no trust in institutions, political disunity, political misgovernment, regional wars, political corruption, no access to governments for billions of the global population)  5. Cultural Crisis (cultural disunity, commercial culture expansion and human isolation, religious wars and social hatred, no access to culture and history for billions people)  6. Ecological Crisis (wholesale ecosystems destruction, environmental disasters, pollution, climate change, extreme weather events, food crises, no access to water, land or food to billions of the global population)  7. Information Crisis (cyberspace wars, information propaganda, digital divide, mass advertising, no access to information and education for billions of the global population)  8. S&T Crisis (knowledge fragmentation, disunity of science, arts and technology, education, research and innovation fragmentation, R&D neglect, no access to knowledge and technology for billions of the global population)  9. Ideological Crises (the crisis of basic values, the standard mindsets, mass consumerism, moral corruption)  10. Personal Crisis (personal situations, jobs, household finances, alcoholism and drugs addiction)  Global Risks 2014, Ninth Edition, World Economic Forum, Committed to Improving the State of the World  Azamat Sh. Abdoullaev, The World of Tomorrow: “Smart Green Superpower” Pilots, 2015 THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  15. 15. THE CURRENT WORLD AS AN UNSUSTAINABLE WORLD, AND WHY IT IN NEED OF DISRUPTION  The key demand of any healthy crisis is the need for change, which is the only constant thing in the world.  For the planetary crisis, it is a comprehensive radical change of worldwide scale and scope.  It’s now clear that the dominant economic scheme is doomed to extinction, and should be replaced by a self-sustaining dynamic world, which is smarter and more sustainable, that is, intelligent, innovative, healthy, secure, liveable, efficient, moral, fair, open, ecological, and interconnected.  The current scheme of production and distribution and consumption causes poverty, inequality, speculation, corruption, and ecological destruction, thus systematically resulting in the world crises and political collapse, social chaos and civil revolt.  Accordingly, its fiscal extension, financial capitalism, breeds market speculation and economic corruption, thus resulting in financial crises and economic collapse, inequality and poverty.  The former world’s leading economy, the USA, generated the ever worst financial crisis, accompanied with the international wars and extreme regional and worldwide poverty, while its Fortune corporations not legally paying any income tax.  Again, the rising world’s largest economy, the European Union, is already on the verge of collapse and disintegration, to be succeeded with the transnational community breakdown and political demise, so affecting all the international and regional unions of nations.  There could follow the complete collapse of the unsustainable world of the financial capitalism, where the puny minority, 1%, rules the overwhelming majority. It’s plain that the current world is failing to sustain the human life causing degradation of all sorts and kinds: mental, social, political, cultural, and environmental.  The existing world: "meets the needs of the present … compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."  We need all to recognize the current world as an Unsustainable World, the Inferior World liable to social threats and political risks, technological threats and ecological risks, economic risks and military threats, cultural risks and demographic threats.  Azamat Sh. Abdoullaev, The World of Tomorrow: “Smart Green Superpower” Pilots, 2015  THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  16. 16. THE WORLD OF EVER INCREASING DEBT, AND WHY IT MUST BE REPLACED  This world is deeply indebted, being at the brink of sever and prolonged depression. Global debt has increased by $57 trillion since 2007, outpacing world GDP growth, last year coming to an unprecedented figure of $ 199 trillion, where governments and corporations make most contributions.  Led by Japan (517% GDP), Spain (401% GDP), China (282% GDP), and the USA (269% GDP), governments in advanced economies have been borrowing heavily to fund bailouts in the crisis and offset falling domestic demand in the recession, while corporate and household debt continues to grow rapidly.  Debt remains an essential tool for the global economy, funding needed investments in infrastructure, business expansion, and urbanization. High debt levels, whether in the public or private sector, have historically placed a drag on growth and raised the risk of financial crises that spark deep economic recessions..  The rich is richer, the poor is poorer, it is a permanent destructive “rule” of the current world system: the total population has exceeded seven billion, while only 15% makes ends meet. The climate is warming. Ubiquitous pollution, of air, water, food, soil,… and our souls. Bio species are being systematically eliminated. Mass pandemics. Civil wars. Global and local terrorism, in the most peaceful places of the world.  And all is accompanied, or caused, by the most ineffective global governance and corrupted political leadership and outdated regional and local administration operations.  Thanks to a good human reason, crisis has two key meanings: “an unstable situation of extreme danger and difficulty”, or “a crucial stage and turning point in the course of things”.  In other words, the world is in a transitional critical stage either to go for a resource-efficient, inclusive and smarter world prioritizing knowledge, innovation and innovative technologies, when many former ideas, strategies, policies and practices must be revised or just rejected, or to suffer a “permanent loss in wealth and potential for future growth” (Communication from the Commission, Europe 2020, a Strategy for Smart, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth).  (Debt and (Not Much) Deleveraging, McKinsey Global Institute, 2015  Azamat Sh. Abdoullaev, The World of Tomorrow: “Smart Green Superpower” Pilots, 2015 THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013- 2015
  17. 17. A UN VISION OR FUTURE WORLD: SMART, SUSTAINABLE AND INCLUSIVE  “We envisage a world free of poverty, hunger, disease and want, where all life can thrive. We envisage a world free of fear and violence. A world with universal literacy. A world with equitable and universal access to quality education at all levels, to health care and social protection, where physical, mental and social well-being are assured. A world where we reaffirm our commitments regarding the human right to safe drinking water and sanitation and where there is improved hygiene; and where food is sufficient, safe, affordable and nutritious. A world where human habitats are safe, resilient and sustainable and where there is universal access to affordable, reliable and sustainable energy.  We envisage a world of universal respect for human rights and human dignity, the rule of law, justice, equality and non- discrimination; of respect for race, ethnicity and cultural diversity; and of equal opportunity permitting the full realization of human potential and contributing to shared prosperity. A just, equitable, tolerant, open and socially inclusive world in which the needs of the most vulnerable are met.  We envisage a world in which every country enjoys sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth and decent work for all. A world in which consumption and production patterns and use of all natural resources — from air to land, from rivers, lakes and aquifers to oceans and seas — are sustainable. One in which democracy, good governance and the rule of law, as well as an enabling environment at national and international levels, are essential for sustainable development, including sustained and inclusive economic growth, social development, environmental protection and the eradication of poverty and hunger. One in which development and the application of technology are climate-sensitive, respect biodiversity and are resilient. One in which humanity lives in harmony with nature and in which wildlife and other living species are protected”.  Draft outcome document of the United Nations summit for the adoption of the post-2015 development agenda.  Draft resolution submitted by the President of the General Assembly  Sixty-ninth session Agenda items 13 (a) and 115  United Nations, General Assembly, 12 August 2015  Adopted by UN Sustainable Development Summit 2015, 25-27 September  THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  18. 18. A REALISTINC VISION OF FUTURE WORLD  We are slowly realizing that many life-critical things are at critical points when radical political decisions must be made and crucial economic actions must be performed. We are slowly recognizing that many significant things are never will be the same. We finally understand that there is no close end for the current global crisis without creatively disruptive changes.  The worldwide crisis might continue concurrently with the regional wars and sweeping social unrest, ultimately ending up with:  I. the Ubiquitous Global Chaos (of a “multipolar world” style)  II. the Military World State (of an IGIL style)  III. the Intelligent World Order, a Smart World of Intelligence, Innovation, Integration and Prosperity  To show a possibility of the best of all possible worlds, the Smart Superpower Global Initiative has been launched considering as the potential superpowers of the 21st century Europe (intellectual and socio-political capital), China (human and economic capital), Russia (ecological capital), America (technological and military capital) and India (human resources and cultural capital).  As a transnational intelligent community pilot and demonstration project, the “Smart Green Europe” has been proposed to the President-elect Jean-Claude JUNCKER as a Pan-European Investment Platform.  The “Smart Green Russia” has been welcomed by the Russian Government for seeking funding from the National Well-Being Fund and Pension Fund.  Europe, China, Russia and India are possible candidates for growing Smart Green Superpower and Technological Leader of the 21st century, depending on several key factors, having the least “unresponsive, unaccountable, inefficient, and ineffective bureaucracies…”, real direct democracy and socio-political dominance of intellectual elites and smart people over political, technical, managerial or business elites.  Currently, this might be the Russian Federation and/or the European Union where new top decision makers look inclined towards a smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, intelligent governance, social changes and global industrial leadership.   (RUSSIA XXI)   THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  19. 19. A. THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015 SUSTAINABLE WORLD TRINITY Knowledge WORLD/ Continent/ Country/ City/Commu nity Smart WORLD I-World Platform for 4Cs Eco- WORLD/ Continent/ Country/ City/Commu nity Digital WORLD/ Continent/ Country/ City/Commu nity Physical Capital Natural Capital Ecosystems Natural Resources Renewables/RES Eco Technologies Green Infrastructure Eco-Urbanization Green Society ECO-SUSTAINABLEGROWTH Information/DigitalCapital Smart Mobility , Smart Services ICT Infrastructure,OTN, Optical Networks , NG Broadband 3DTV, HDTV, CC, Intelligent Clouds Internet of Things, u-Computation Digital/Cyber Society TECHNOLOGICAL/SMARTGROWTH Social/Human/I-Capital Innovation Ecosystems Smart Living Smart Economy Knowledge Infrastructure i-Industry Smart Governance Equity, Wellbeing, QoL Knowledge Society SOCIAL/INCLUSIVE GROWTH SMART TRINITY COMMUNITY of Wellbeing, Quality of Life and Sustainable Growth
  20. 20. WORLD CONTINENTS  Africa  Antarctica  Asia  Australia, New Zealand, and Oceania  Europe  North America  South America  The Middle East THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  21. 21. SMART AFRICA: WORLD BANK PROJECTS Central Africa Eastern Africa North Africa Southern Africa Western Africa  39 States: Algeria…Rwanda  World Bank Demonstration Project: Smart Ruanda  SMART Rwanda helps Rwanda achieve its ICT vision, one village at a time, defining ten verticals (sectors) in which we believe structured deployment of ICTs can have maximum impact. These verticals are SMART Education, SMART Healthcare, SMART Governance,SMART Business, SMART Agriculture, SMART Environment, SMART Job Creation,SMART Infrastructure, SMART Girls, and SMART Cities. smart-africa-and-smart-world  Smart City Projects, in South Africa and Kenia THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  22. 22. SMART ASIA  Afghanistan,  Armenia, Azerbaijan  Bangladesh  Bhutan  Brunei  Cambodia  China  Georgia  India  Indonesia  Japan  Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan Tajikistan Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan  Korea  Laos  Malaysia  Mongolia  Myanmar  Nepal  Pakistan  Papua New Guinea  Philippines  Singapore  Sri Lanka  Taiwan  Thailand  Vietnam  Undergoing Intelligent Nation Programs  Intelligent Nation Singapore  Singapore, Intelligent Nation 2015 (iN2015), 10 years master plan of “an Intelligent Nation, a Global City, powered by Infocomm”, to enable: Innovation, Integration, Internationalisation.  Intelligent Taiwan  Intelligent Taiwan, formulated by the Council for Economic Planning and Development, and involving all ministries. The i-Taiwan is advancing 12 construction projects. Its five key concepts are: regional development balance, industrial innovation, new urban and regional features, intelligent capital accumulation, and sustainable development.  Prospective Smart Asia Projects  Smart Kazakhstan: 20142024  Smart Japan:  Smart Tajikistan: tajikistan  Smart City Projects  In China, Japan, India, Indonesia  Smart City Corridors in China and India’s 100 Smart Cities  Japan’s Smart City Platform (Future City Initiative: WEST- EAST “SMART SILK ROAD” MEGAPROJECT    project   THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  23. 23. SMART AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, AND OCEANIA  American Samoa  Australia  Cook Islands  Easter Island  Fiji  French Polynesia  Guam  Kiribati  Marshall Islands  Micronesia  Nauru  New Caledonia  New Zealand  Northern Mariana Islands  Palau  Papua New Guinea  Solomon Islands  Tonga  Tuvalu  Vanuatu  Wallis and Futuna  Western Samoa  i-Nation Programs  None  Prospective Intelligent Nations  Australia  New Zealand  Eco Island Projects  Smart City Projects  In Australia  Sydney, Smart Environment (Natural Capital and Resources, Sustainable Resource Management)  Queensland, Smart Community (Social Cohesion, Unity in Community, Human Infrastructure, Interfaces, Integration)  In New Zealand  Wellington Smart Capital  i-Community Projects THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  24. 24. SMART NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA  Argentina  Belize  Bolivia  Brazil  Chile  Colombia  Costa Rica  Ecuador  El Salvador  French Guiana  Guatemala  Guyana  History of Central America  History of LatinAmerica  Honduras  Mexico  Nicaragua  Panama  Paraguay  Peru  Suriname  Uruguay  Venezuela  Canada  The United States  Prospective i-Nation Projects  i-America: SMART United States of America:  i-Canada Vision  Canada is aspiring for the world’s leading Intelligent Nation or “i-Nation” because a sufficiently broad base of Canadian communities, large and small, have all won international awards as the world’s leading Intelligent Communities.  More than 1,000 experts, including i-CANADA Governors, Premiers, Mayors, CEOs, expert advisors, and other supporters are debating issues on the i-CANADA social network.  Smart City Projects  In Brazil, Canada and USA  i-Community Projects  The global Intelligent Community Forum defines the principal characteristics of an Intelligent Community as: Broadband Connectivity, Innovation, Knowledge Workforce, Digital Inclusion, and Marketing and Advocacy THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  25. 25. THE SMART WEST INDIES  Anguilla  Antigua and Barbuda  Aruba  Barbados  Cayman Islands  Cuba  Dominica  Dominican Republic  Grenada  Guadeloupe  Haiti  Jamaica  Martinique  Montserrat  Netherlands Antilles  Saint Kitts and Nevis  Saint Lucia  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines  The Bahamas  Trinidad and Tobago  Turks and Caicos Islands  Virgin Islands  i-Nation Projects  none  Prospective i-Nation Projects  Smart Cuba  Eco Island Projects  Smart Ocean City Projects  none  i-Community Projects  none THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  26. 26. THE SMART MIDDLE EAST  Algeria  Bahrain  Egypt  Iran  Iraq  Israel  Jordan  Kurdistan  Kuwait  Lebanon  Libya  Morocco  Oman  Palestine  Qatar  Saudi Arabia  Syria  Tunisia  Turkey  United Arab Emirates  Yemen  i-Nation Projects  none  Prospective i-Nation Projects  UAE, Smart Dubai, i-Iran, i-Qatar, Smart Israel, i-Kuwait  Smart City Projects  In Saudi Arabia, In Dubai  i-Community Projects  none THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  27. 27. SMART EUROPE  Albania , Austria  Belarus , Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria  Croatia , Cyprus , Czech Republic  Denmark  Estonia  Finland , France  Georgia , Germany, Greece  Hungary  Iceland, Ireland, Italy  Latvia , Liechtenstein , Lithuania, Luxembourg  Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco  Norway  Poland , Portugal  Romania, Russia  Serbia and Montenegro, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland  The Netherlands  Ukraine, United Kingdom  Vatican City State  i-Nation Projects  none  Prospective i-Nation Projects  Smart Europe:   Smart Germany   Smart Britain   Smart Cyprus   i-Russia   Smart City Projects  In EU, France, Ireland, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, UK  On 10 July 2012, the European Commission launched the Smart Cities and Communities European Innovation Partnership. http://eu-  The EU Future City showcase model is the following:   THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  28. 28. SMART WORLD STAKEHOLDERS  International Governmental Organizations (G20, the United Nations, UN; European Union, EU; Council of Europe)  Global Banking Institutions (World Bank, WTO; IMF,…)  International Corporations or Multinational Corporations (IBM, Cisco Systems, Siemens, HuaweiTechnologies, Oracle, HP, Accenture…)  International Nongovernmental Organizations (the World Economic Forum, Horasis; Industry Partners, Strategic Partners);  Global Public Policy Networks (Social Networking Websites and Forums; ICF, Intelligent Community Forum; EUROCITIES Knowledge Society Forum; CONCERTO Communities,…);  Sustainable Investment Industry(GIIN, Global Impact Investment Network,…);  Civil Society (Social Networks and Civil Associations and Organizations);  Private Sector (1000 World’s Top Companies, Real Estate Developers, Sustainable Architecture Groups;  Academia (Universities and Research Institutions)  Public Figures (international political leaders, top business leaders, intellectuals, celebrities, and journalists)  Sustainable Cities Stakeholders and Developers: Songdoand Incheon(Korea), King Abdullah Economic City (Saudi Arabia), GIFT, Lavasa, and NanoCity (India), WuxiHuishanand Meixi(China), Masdar(UAE), Living PlanITValley (Portugal), Skolkovo(Russia), etc.  Key Consultants: EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems Ltd,… THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  29. 29. TOMORROW’S WORLD: THE SUSTAINABLE WORLD  The Smart Sustainable World is to be distinguished with the structures and features as below.  Repealing the old world-systems partition into core zones, specialized in information, finance, service, or high-technology industries, transitory semi-periphery countries and undeveloped periphery zones.  Limitless Growth, smart, sustainable and inclusive, driven by natural capital, human capital, knowledge capital, intellectual resources development  Globally Connected Virtual Reality Communities, Towns, Cities, Regions, and Countries  Sustainable global infrastructures and public utilities and distributed green energy networks  Smart security/defense infrastructures (intelligent monitoring and measurement systems, sensor/actuators networks, ground- based and marine, wired and wireless, data collection systems; cybersecurity, illegal activities prevention)  Innovation/knowledge economies (industry and sustainable corporations, innovation clusters, innovation districts, CDB, techno parks, knowledge clusters, disruptive technology/business eco-parks smart malls, university eco campuses, seaports, airports)  Smart Global Governance and i-governments, i-services to citizens, businesses, and local governments  Intelligent eco-communities, ubiquitous eco-cities and eco-regions  Ecological environments, i-infrastructures and innovative transportation systems  Smart mobility, innovative ICT networks and multi-play telecommunications systems, optical and wireless global connectivity  Smart banking systems and financial services; sustainability in public finances; stability funds  Healthcare Triangles, e-health and telemedicine  Knowledge Triangles, education, R&D and business; innovation clusters  Smart living, wellbeing, quality of life, smart, green, and healthy lifestyle  Intelligent space exploration (smart navigations systems, autonomic spaceships, mass space tourism)     THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  30. 30. SUSTAINABLE COUNTRIES, NATIONS, LANDS, OR STATES  The Sustainable LAND and ENVIRONMENT or NATURE AND GEOGRAPHY  Natural Heritage, Relief, Drainage, Soils, Climate, Plant and animal life, Eco Settlement patterns  The Smart PEOPLE  Ethnic composition, Language, Demography, Social structures, Family structure, Religion  The Smart ECONOMY  Management, Force, Personnel, Work force, Resources, Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, Industry, Banking and finance, Trade, Transportation, Information structure and communications  The Smart Territory  Eco Regions, Intelligent Cities and Green Communities  The Smart ADMINISTRATION  Government, Executive, Legislative, Judicial; Armed forces or Military, Police force, Security force; Education and Health and Welfare services and Social conditions; Transnational issues  The Smart CULTURE  Cultural Heritage,The arts, Folk culture, Architecture, Literature, Music, Visual arts, Theatre and motion pictures, Libraries and museums, Science, Technology, Cultural institutions, Sport and recreation, The media, Press and broadcasting, History  The Sustainable FUTURE: Intelligent Nation, Eco Land, Future State, or Smart Country THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  31. 31. THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015 I-WORLD FUNDING SOURCES  World Bank  International Monetary Fund  European Financial Stabilisation Mechanism (EFSM)  EU MultiAnnual Financial Framework (>EUR 1 trillion)  Sovereign Funds (China, the Middle East, Russia)  Smart Nation/City Investment of Major Corporations:  Huawei (Smart City Initiative); IBM (Smarter Planet Initiative); Cisco Systems (Smart + Connected Communities); Siemens (Smart Mobility Initiative); Orange (France Telecom) (Smart City Initiative); Alcatel-Lucent (Smart City Initiative); Microsoft (Intelligent City Platform); Oracle (Intelligent Government Platform); Toshiba (Intelligent Energy and Smart); Schneider Electric (Smart City Initiative); Hitachi (Smart City Initiative), etc.  Smart City Planning, Inc.
  32. 32. THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015 “SMART WORLD” CENTER SMART GROWTH STRATEGY, PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS: Global, National, Regional, Urban and Inter-Communal 1. Smart World Sustainable Infrastructure 2. Eco Regions and Sustainable Communities 3. Smart Cities and Municipalities: EcoPolis and EcoVillage Projects 4. Eco Development Projects, NATURA 2000 Sites Green Redevelopment 5. Sustainable Building/Eco Construction Projects (Green Buildings, Eco Homes, Smart Villas, Intelligent Homes) ORGANIZING SMART PUBLIC AND BUSINESS CLUSTERS of related enterprises, suppliers, and institutions in different fields of economy, commerce, industry, or civil services 1) Knowledge Parks of Third Generation 2) Innovatiion Parks, Smart Techno-clusters; Know-how clusters; Intelligent Eco-parks, Agro-Clusters; Medical or Hospital Clusters; sector clusters, horizontal clusters, vertical supply chain clusters 3) Maximizing the business intelligence capital, productivity and creativity 4) Stimulating innovative businesses and intelligent industry (eg, integrated operations of people, processes and technology, e-Field, i-Field, Digital Gas/Oilfield, intelligent field, or Smart Fields of Smart Wells) 5) Driving innovation in a new field of knowledge economy, commerce or industry (Smart Property, Intelligent Infrastructure, Cloud Computing, Intelligent Energy, Smart Gas/Oil) HIGH-LEVEL EDUCATION PROGRAMS 1. Global Initiatives for Smart Communities: EIS’ Smart World, IBM’s Smarter Planet, Cisco’s Intelligent Urbanization, EIS’ Smart World, EU 2020 Strategy, and EU Initiatives on Smart Cities 2. World 2020: Lost Decade, Sluggish Recovery or Sustainable Recovery 3. Smart City Projects across the World, or Why Smart Cities make Priorities for Global Investors and Corporations (IBM, Cisco, Hitachi, Toshiba, Alcatel-Lucent, Siemens, Huawei, etc.) 4. Smart City as a Model Settlement, or How to Become a Smart Municipality and Green Community 5.
  33. 33. EIS SMART BRANDS AND PROJECTS EIS INTELLIGENT COMMUNITY BRANDS EIS INTELLIGENT DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS  X.0 World ™; World X.0 ™; 3.0 World ™; World 3.0; 3.0 City ™; City 3.0 ™;  I-WORLD™; Global SkyNet™;  Smart Sustainable Communities™;  Smart Sustainable World ™;  Intelligent Eco City™; Smart Eco City™; Neapolis Smart EcoCity™;  i-City Operating Systems™; Smart City Software™;  i-Community Package™; Intelligent Urban Operating Systems; Smart Eco Community Operating Systems, SECOS™;  Territorial Intelligent Platform™, TIP; Territorial Intelligent Systems™, TIS;  i-Europe™, Intelligent Europe™, Smart Europe™, Europe SkyNet™;  i-Germany ™, Smart Germany ™  i-Britain ™, Smart Britain ™  i-Russia™, Smart Russia™, Intelligent Russia™, Russia SkyNet™  Smart Cyprus™, Intelligent Eco Island™, i-Cyprus; Dabr.pdf world cs/intelligent_europe_center_en.pdf 2020 THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  34. 34. SUSTAINABLE WORLD: VISION, MISSION AND PROJECTS  VISION AND MISSION:  To give in creating the tomorrow’s world of sustainable regions, smart nations, intelligent cities and green communities. The business target is marketing the sustainable smart world product lines: integrated intelligent models, strategies, conceptual designs and master plans for smart eco territories of the future (continents, countries, cities and communities)  KEY POINTS  Sustainable world projects, as eco regions or smart cities or green communities, offer major market opportunities for the national governments, big businesses and innovative SMEs. Global systems integrators and technology vendors, such as IBM, Cisco and Accenture, are spearheading smart city implementations across the globe, trying to develop comprehensive smart city platforms, still without a global I-World development strategy.  EIS LTD is the conceptual leader in conceiving, planning and (re)developing regions and countries and urban areas as the large smart eco territories of the future.  EIS Ltd is creating the future from the most fundamental and broad perspectives, integrating different strategic, scientific, technological and corporate views, with specific technical solutions for tomorrow’s world  FUTURE WORLD PROJECTS FOR IMPLEMENTATION: Smart Territories of the Future (World, EU, Germany, UK, Cyprus, USA, Russia, Cities and Communities)  Smart Sustainable World, I-WORLD, to be offered for the global organizations, as the United Nations, for implementation  i-Russia (Smart Russia and i-Government), offered for the head of state and the federal government  i-Europe (i-Europe Platform), offered for the EC for adoption  i-America (Smart America and i-USA Platform), offered for the head of state for adoption  i-Germany (Smart Germany and i-Germany Platform), offered for the head of state for adoption  i-Britain (Smart UK and i-Britain), offered to the head of government for adoption  i-Cyprus (Smart Cyprus 2013-2020), offered for the head of state and national government for adoption  i-City (Intelligent Eco Cities and Smart Sustainable Communities), to be offered for municipalities and/or global systems integrators and vendors or big real estate developers or large multinationals or group of multinationals as Smart City Planning, Inc. THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  35. 35. I-WORLD CREATORS AND PROMOTERS  Dr Azamat Sh. Abdoullaev, Director  EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems Ltd (EU)  EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems Ltd (Moscow, Russia)   Telefax: +357 25 561 883  E-mail: ;  Internet Sites: ;  ООО "Энциклопедические Интеллектуальные Системы“(Moscow/Russia)  I-WORLD PLATFORM         THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015
  36. 36. FOR SMART PEOPLE, BUSINESSES AND GOVERNMENTS: LEARN TO CONSTRUCT A BETTER FUTURE  The Prime I-World Contents as the best smart buys for Smart People, Businesses and Governments  USECS™, UNIVERSAL STANDARD ENTITY CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM:: The World Entities Global Reference (The WORLD.Schema, Global Ontology of the World: Global Knowledge and Intelligence Base), ISBN 978- 9963-8421-8-6; Volume: 18,2 MB; Pages: 1359; Price: EUR 2000.00, for INSTITUTIONS, GOVERNMENTS and CORPORATIONS; Special Offer for SMART INDIVIDUALS AND I-DEVELOPERS   Smart World Encyclopedia™, or Ontopedia™, Ontopaedia™: Intelligent World Encyclopedia™ (i-Encyclopedia, as the encyclopedic knowledge base for intelligent language machines and cognitive computing systems, able to collect, communicate and crunch Big Data to turn information into knowledge and actionable intelligence), ISBN 978-9963-2202-0-5, Volume, 3,8 MB; Pages: 419; Price: EUR 1000.00, for INSTITUTIONS, GOVERNMENTS and CORPORATIONS; Special Offer for SMART INDIVIDUALS AND I- DEVELOPERS   SUPERGOOGLE™, SMART WEB ENGINE: Smart Search Engine GESS™ (i-Web Engine, which is to disrupt the traditional search engines and internet explorers; i-Engine Guidelines), ISBN 978-9963-8421-9-3 ; Volume: 3,48 MB; Pages: 434; Price: EUR 1200.00, for INSTITUTIONS, GOVERNMENTS and CORPORATIONS; Special Offer for SMART INDIVIDUALS AND I-DEVELOPERS   TO PROCEED, GO TO: THE WORLD WE NEED Azamat Abdoullaev All Rights Reserved 2013-2015