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Complex Systems Society

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Divulgación científica en Sistemas Complejos


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How complexity science can get aid working - SciDev.Net

How complexity science can get aid working - SciDev.Net | Computer Science | Scoop.it
Development needs more complexity science, says Paul van Gardingen. Andrée Carter argues that science must adapt too.

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Complex Systems Science as a New Transdisciplinary Science, by Paul Bourgine

Complex Systems Science as a New Transdisciplinary Science, by Paul Bourgine | Computer Science | Scoop.it

The new science of complex systems will be at the heart of the future of the Worldwide Knowledge Society. It is providing radical new ways of understanding the physical, biological, ecological, and techno-social universe. Complex Systems are open, value-laden, multi-level, multi-component, reconfigurable systems of systems, situated in turbulent, unstable, and changing environments. They evolve, adapt and transform through internal and external dynamic interactions. They are the source of very difficult scientific challenges for observing, understanding, reconstructing and predicting their multi-scale dynamics. The challenges posed by the multi-scale modelling of both natural and artificial adaptive complex systems can only be met with radically new collective strategies for research and teaching (...)


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june holley's curator insight, December 2, 2013 10:39 AM

The study of complex systems adds a lot of depth to understanding networks.

Complexity Institute's curator insight, December 6, 2013 3:56 AM

Are we ready to recognize a Science as a "Transdisciplinary Science?
Complex systems science is not a science in itself, but it may be considered as a 'Science of Sciences'.
I think this is the most challenging issue to face for a Worldwide Knowledge Society, as Paul Bourgine states.
What are your opinions about this?

Edgar Francisco Pelayo Valencia's curator insight, December 20, 2013 5:26 PM

Future is here!!!

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MOOC as disruptive technology

MOOC as disruptive technology | Computer Science | Scoop.it
Is MOOC disruptive technology? “Jonathan Schaeffer, the dean of Alberta's Faculty of Science and a professor of computing science, “It’s easy to build courses that cost lots of money but at the end...

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joão carlos's comment, March 9, 2013 11:23 AM
Interesting but I dont get why not a single reference in whole article to what MOOC means ... I had to search for it :) Massive Open Online Courses
Maria Claudia Londoño D's curator insight, March 9, 2013 2:35 PM

..."The real impact of MOOCs may be in pioneering new instructional techniques that will find their way back on campus, as well as expanding the limits of what’s possible with online education..."

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Alan Turing 101: A Lesson On The Father Of Computer Science - ReadWrite

Alan Turing 101: A Lesson On The Father Of Computer Science - ReadWrite | Computer Science | Scoop.it
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Alan Turing 101: A Lesson On The Father Of Computer Science
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The Imitation Game, due for a 2014 release, is a new film starring Sherlock actor Benedict Cumberbatch as Alan Turing, the English genius of math, cryptology, and logic.
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Why Are There Still So Few Women in Science?

Why Are There Still So Few Women in Science? | Computer Science | Scoop.it
Hint: The answer has more to do with “The Big Bang Theory” than with longstanding theories about men’s so-called natural aptitude. (Why Are There Still So Few Women in Science?
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10 Of The Most Amazing Textiles Of The Future | Popular Science

10 Of The Most Amazing Textiles Of The Future | Popular Science | Computer Science | Scoop.it
A jacket that protects your personal space, wallpaper that lights up at your touch, and more.
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BITalino: A DIY Toolkit for Physiological Computing - EE Times

BITalino: A DIY Toolkit for Physiological Computing - EE Times | Computer Science | Scoop.it
BITalino: A DIY Toolkit for Physiological Computing
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I tell you, there isn't a day that goes by without my being introduced to something cool and interesting.
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3 principles for marketing in the age of cognitive computing

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It’s my impression that communications and marketing teams are undergoing a significant transformation, and should draw inspiration from transitions taking place in the realm of computer science. Specifically, the shift to cognitive computing.


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Luca Naso's curator insight, October 1, 2013 12:08 PM

We're embarking on the era of big data in the cloud, and we're already seeing the emergence of cognitive systems: systems able to cope with ambiguity, make sense of enormous data sets and reason their way into probabilistic determinations.

 

This shift should prompt communications and marketing leaders to re-evaluate and restructure their departments. Here are three principles to consider:

 

1. Build independent, entrepreneurial teams around issues. 

2. Create systems of engagement that generate enormous sets of data. 

3. Compete for engagement with constituencies, not attention from audiences.

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Luca Naso's insight:

We're embarking on the era of big data in the cloud, and we're already seeing the emergence of cognitive systems: systems able to cope with ambiguity, make sense of enormous data sets and reason their way into probabilistic determinations.

 

This shift should prompt communications and marketing leaders to re-evaluate and restructure their departments. Here are three principles to consider:

 

1. Build independent, entrepreneurial teams around issues. 

2. Create systems of engagement that generate enormous sets of data. 

3. Compete for engagement with constituencies, not attention from audiences.

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Recommended Reading on Complex Systems

Recommended Reading on Complex Systems | Computer Science | Scoop.it

Recommended Reading on Complex Systems  http://t.co/ErMBkGwK...


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Complex story

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  An introduction to complex systems theory     Complex systems theory: a short film       To reason about the world around us

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Introduction to Dynamical Systems and Chaos from Complexity Explorer

Introduction to Dynamical Systems and Chaos from Complexity Explorer | Computer Science | Scoop.it
In this course you'll gain an introduction to the modern study of dynamical systems, the interdisciplinary field of applied mathematics that studies systems that change over time.

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How Does a Quantum Computer Work?

For more on spin, check out: http://youtu.be/v1_-LsQLwkA This video was supported by TechNYou: http://bit.ly/19bBX5G A quantum computer works in a totally di...
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The Cities With The Most Computer Science Jobs - Forbes

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The Cities With The Most Computer Science Jobs
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The unemployment rate may have ticked down from 8% a year ago to 7.3% in August, but the jobs picture remains lackluster.
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Quantum Computer Passes Math Test, But Doesn't Answer the Big Question - Wired

Quantum Computer Passes Math Test, But Doesn't Answer the Big Question - Wired | Computer Science | Scoop.it
Wired Quantum Computer Passes Math Test, But Doesn't Answer the Big Question Wired If it were truly a quantum computer, it would be leaps and bounds ahead of any other product, but the company's statements have been met with raised eyebrows from...
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Universities Join IBM in Cognitive Computing Research Project ...

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Computers can process data, but eventually they may 'think' in ways that humans do.
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IBM Teaming Up With Universities To Advance Cognitive Computing

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IBM is working to extend the capabilities of cognitive computing systems like Watson, and is engaging the support of four university research programs to help. The...
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