Open Data

Substantial social and economic gains can be made from opening government data to the public. The combination of geographic, budget, demographic, services, education, and other data, publicly available in an open format on the web, promises to improve services as well as create future economic growth. — Open Society Foundations. Global Open Data Index: snapshot of the…

Systemic Integration

“A recognition that industrial economies are now deeply embedded within the global ecosphere, and that we now need to develop synergistic solutions for integrating the two systems.”

Informational Democracy

A democratic society where information technology refuels civilian power. No government, no state, now is immune to information; no state or government can adequately police or control information borders. The ‘information state’ is thus the first politically porous state that with all its contradictions, mutations and imperfections looks the most likely model for a world…

Cyborg Technologies

The application of knowledge discovery processes for global governance. Technical and political challenge: Data clusters connectivity and integration on a global scale will rely on a multilateral agreement and cooperation, which is strongly dependent on cultural tolerance and political will. Big Data Ecosystem. GitHub Repository: ODPI Core – Industry Standard Deployment Model. Business Intelligence Tools Pentaho BI Suite Community Edition (CE) Weka…

Global Networks

A cyberspace with a kind of governance based on collective intelligence (or, distributed cognition – as the epistemic machineries of molecular biology and high energy physics (Knorr Cetina, 1999).   REFERENCES Knorr Cetina, K. (1999) Epistemic Cultures: How the Sciences Make Knowledge. 2nd ed. Cambridge Massachusetts, Harvard University Press.