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Marina Klitsi

PERIPHERIA: Smart Peripheral Cities for Sustainable Lifestyles - 1 views

The objective of PERIPHÈRIA is to deploy convergent Future Internet (FI) platforms and services for the promotion of sustainable lifestyles in and across emergent networks...

Smart city web2.0 Open service convergence platform

started by Marina Klitsi on 02 May 12 no follow-up yet
Alberto Cottica

Council of Europe: Internet governance strategy - 1 views

    Approved March 2012
Francesco Mureddu

Quick-Nets Project - 1 views

    QuickNets is a collaboration among the U.S. Federal Government and many non-governmental organizations. Our purpose is to set up communication (cell phones, text messaging, and Internet) as quickly as possible in the wake of a natural or man-made disaster. QuickNets also provides local and global websites that allow collaboration and crowdsourcing.
Alberto Cottica

Clay Shirky: How the Internet will (one day) transform government | Video on - 2 views

    Can distributed version control be used in law making?
david osimo

JMIR--Crowdsourced Health Research Studies: An Important Emerging Complement to Clinica... - 0 views

    Results: Participatory health is a growing area with individuals using health social networks, crowdsourced studies, smartphone health applications, and personal health records to achieve positive outcomes for a variety of health conditions. PatientsLikeMe and 23andMe are the leading operators of researcher-organized, crowdsourced health research studies. These operators have published findings in the areas of disease research, drug response, user experience in crowdsourced studies, and genetic association. Quantified Self, Genomera, and DIYgenomics are communities of participant-organized health research studies where individuals conduct self-experimentation and group studies. Crowdsourced health research studies have a diversity of intended outcomes and levels of scientific rigor.s
david osimo | The Internet, peer reviewed. - 1 views

    " will be a distributed, open-source platform for the collaborative evaluation of information. It will enable sentence-level critique of written words combined with a sophisticated yet easy-to-use model of community peer-review. It will work as an overlay on top of any stable content, including news, blogs, scientific articles, books, terms of service, ballot initiatives, legislation and regulations, software code and more-without requiring participation of the underlying site. "
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