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Cyberdemocrazia. Saggio di filosofia politica - Lévy Pierre - Libro - Mimesis - Volti - IBS

Cyberdemocrazia. Saggio di filosofia politica - Lévy Pierre - Libro - Mimesis - Volti - IBS | Digital Open Public Sphere | Scoop.it
Cyberdemocrazia. Saggio di filosofia politica è un libro di Lévy Pierre pubblicato da Mimesis nella collana Volti : € 14,45 di IBS.it
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Eric Whitacre's Virtual Choir | KarmaTube

Eric Whitacre's Virtual Choir | KarmaTube | Digital Open Public Sphere | Scoop.it
185 voices. 243 tracks. 12 countries. A choir unlike any other. What started as a simple social media experiment, has become a poetic metaphor of our shared humanity and the power of connection.

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Claude Emond's curator insight, January 2, 5:52 PM

Pierre Levy wrote once: «Humanity is an artist». Here's what an agile collective mind can create. So have faith ! Humanity can and will prevail...and 2014 will be a fabulous year in our quest for a sustainable world

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An explosion in slow motion: How 2013 blew apart our notions of privacy

An explosion in slow motion: How 2013 blew apart our notions of privacy | Digital Open Public Sphere | Scoop.it
The world of technology looks a whole lot different at the end of 2013 than it did at the start. Here’s to the year that changed everything by demonstrating the extent and power of state — and commercial — surveillance.
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Open Access : Des éditeurs face à la communauté universitaire

Open Access : Des éditeurs face à la communauté universitaire | Digital Open Public Sphere | Scoop.it
Les aléas de la libération des fruits de la recherche

Via Jean-Pierre Blanger, Terheck, Dominique Demartini
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luiy's curator insight, December 12, 2013 5:36 AM

La plainte de la maison Elsevier aura conduit à la suppression de l'accès libre à des milliers d'articles universitaires partagés par le biais de la plateforme aux 6 millions d'usagers. Cette dernière aura en conséquence averti les chercheurs concernés pour leur signifier le retrait de leurs articles, provoquant un tollé sur les réseaux sociaux. Car bon nombre de ces universitaires ne cherchent pas à vivre de ces publications, mais sont en recherche de visibilité et de possibilités d'échanges avec la communauté.

 

Certains universitaires-auteurs dénoncent en conséquence les pratiques commerciales d'Elsevier, qui pour l'année dernière aura affiché des marges de 38 % pour un bilan de 3,2 milliards de dollars de revenus. Ils en appellent désormais au boycott de la maison d'édition spécialisée, que ce soit pour ce qui touche au travail d'édition comme à l'examen par les pairs.

 

Le fondateur de la plateforme de partage, Richard Price, confie que si par le passé lui et son équipe avaient coutume de recevoir une à deux notifications hebdomadaires de la part de l'éditeur, en revanche, le site web en aurait dernièrement reçu 2800 en à peine deux semaines. Selon lui cet accroissement de mesures de la part de l'éditeur va à l'encontre des aspirations de la communauté scientifique.

 

En réponse, Tom Reller, vice-président et responsable des relations corporate mondiales au sein d'Elsevier, argue que sa maison n'avait pris ses mesures que « de temps en temps » et en visant en premier lieu à  « protéger la qualité et l'intégrité des documents scientifiques ». Selon lui il y aurait par ailleurs « beaucoup d'autres bonnes options pour les auteurs qui veulent partager leurs articles », évoquant l'enseignement et la formation internes, les conférences et autres réunions... 

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A TERCEIRA INVENÇÃO DA DEMOCRACIA

A TERCEIRA INVENÇÃO DA DEMOCRACIA | Digital Open Public Sphere | Scoop.it
Versão em construção: 28/11/2013

PREFÁCIO
Parece evidente que a democracia representativa - a democracia reinventada pelos modernos - vem sendo questionada em…...
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Luiz de Campos Jr.'s curator insight, December 8, 2013 4:39 PM

novo capítulo de "A Terceira Invenção da Democracia": 

CAPÍTULO 6 DEMOCRACIA DE MULTIDÕES E COMUNIDADES...

 

Claude Emond's curator insight, January 2, 7:35 PM

para os meus amigos brasileiros em Curitiba e em outros lugares, bem como os meus amigos portugueses

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A Social Network for Introverts, by Introverts

A Social Network for Introverts, by Introverts | Digital Open Public Sphere | Scoop.it
Anomo is an app that has found an audience among shy teens -- and is growing users at a rate of 500% a month. Should Facebook be concerned?
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Science as an open enterprise; towards all scientific literature online, all data online, and for them to interoperate

Science as an open enterprise; towards all scientific literature online, all data online, and for them to interoperate | Digital Open Public Sphere | Scoop.it

The Science as an open enterprise report highlights the need to grapple with the huge deluge of data created by modern technologies in order to preserve the principle of openness and to exploit data in ways that have the potential to create a second open science revolution.

Exploring massive amounts of data using modern digital technologies has enormous potential for science and its application in public policy and business. The report maps out the changes that are required by scientists, their institutions and those that fund and support science if this potential is to be realised.

Areas for action

Six key areas for action are highlighted in the report:

 

Scientists need to be more open among themselves and with the public and media

 

Greater recognition needs to be given to the value of data gathering, analysis and communication

 

Common standards for sharing information are required to make it widely usable

 

Publishing data in a reusable form to support findings must be mandatory

 

More experts in managing and supporting the use of digital data are required

 

New software tools need to be developed to analyse the growing amount of data being gathered

 

Fultext:

http://royalsociety.org/uploadedFiles/Royal_Society_Content/policy/projects/sape/2012-06-20-SAOE.pdf

Summary:

http://royalsociety.org/uploadedFiles/Royal_Society_Content/policy/projects/sape/2012-06-20-SAOE-Summary.pdf

 

Presentation:

http://openaccess.sdum.uminho.pt/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/1_GeoffreyBoulton_OpenAIREworkshopUMinho.pdf

 

 

 


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A Science of Cities

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"In this book, I suggest that to understand cities we must view them not simply as places in space but as systems of networks and flows. To understand space, we must understand flows, and to understand flows, we must understand networks—the relations between objects that comprise the system of the city. Drawing on the complexity sciences, social physics, urban economics, transportation theory, regional science, and urban geography, , I introduce theories and methods that reveal the deep structure of how cities function. (...)" Michael Batty


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luiy's curator insight, November 23, 2013 6:37 AM

“Michael Batty has followed a career that has made him the prime interpreter of urban modeling in all its forms. Now his remarkable work has become the foundation of a new science of urban flows and networks that uses big data and sharp theory as tools to dig deep into how and what cities are, and how they can be designed in better ways. This is the book that sets the benchmark that all others will have to follow.” —Nigel Thrift, Vice-Chancellor, University of Warwick

mtmeme's curator insight, November 30, 2013 10:31 PM

If put into the global Internet of complexity, understanding the workings of cities could let us see how local shifts influence the global conditions, and vice versa. 

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Essay of the Day: Collective Intelligence and Neutral Point of View in the Case of Wikipedia

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Paz Barceló's curator insight, November 18, 2013 6:18 AM

Sobre los límites de la inteligencia colectiva.

luiy's curator insight, November 18, 2013 9:06 AM

We examine whether collective intelligence helps achieve a neutral point of view (NPOV) using data from Wikipedia’s articles on US politics. Our null hypothesis builds on Linus’ Law, often expressed as “Given enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow.” Our findings are consistent with a narrow interpretation of Linus’ Law, namely, a greater number of contributors to an article makes an article more neutral. No evidence supports a broad interpretation of Linus’ Law. Moreover, several empirical facts suggest the law does not shape many articles. The majority of articles receive little attention, and most articles change only mildly from their initial slant. Our study provides the first empirical evidence on the limit of collective intelligence. While many managers believe that they could improve their products by taking advantage of the wisdom of crowds, we show that in the case of Wikipedia, there are aspects such as NPOV that collective intelligence does not help achieve successfully.

Rick Frank's curator insight, November 18, 2013 9:34 AM

Interesting idea, but OMG this is boring to read, needs some STYLE.

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#OpenData - what the citizens really want

Open Data - what the citizens really want

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luiy's curator insight, November 16, 2013 12:50 PM

To design the first steps, the City of Berlin performed an Open Data Online Voting. More than 1.300 participants voted for three interesting categories out of a list of 20. A list from “Administration” via  “Education” and “Health” to “Waste” was given. Five categories covered nearly 50 percent of the responders interest. The statistical results of the Survey were compared to a SAS survey about the general interest in Open Data, Transparency and Access from 2010. The Citizens were also asked, if they would read published Open Data and work with Open Data, to create Apps and Visualisation of combined Data Sets. This could be used as a blueprint for other cities.

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NSA director set to lose powers over US cyber warfare and defence | ITProPortal.com

NSA director set to lose powers over US cyber warfare and defence | ITProPortal.com | Digital Open Public Sphere | Scoop.it
The NSA director could soon lose power over Cyber Command, the US unit in charge of cyber warfare and defence, a source familiar with discussions has...
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Cyberdémocratie - Éditions Odile Jacob

Cyberdémocratie - Éditions Odile Jacob | Digital Open Public Sphere | Scoop.it
Sur Internet notamment, non seulement chacun ou presque peut mettre en ligne ce qu’il veut dire, non seulement des forums de discussion se créent, mais de véritables villes, de véritables...

Via Yves Carmeille "Libre passeur"
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Yves Carmeille "Libre passeur"'s curator insight, January 4, 2:19 PM

Suite au scoops Via Florence Rollot, Coach HEC - Philippe Olivier Clement Pierre Levy nous fait remarquer « Evidemment, personne ne cite mon livre intitulé "Cyberdémocratie" (Odile Jacob, 2002)... Ethique intellectuelle? »
J'espère ainsi réparer

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Elsevier clamps down on academics posting their own papers online (Wired UK)

Elsevier clamps down on academics posting their own papers online (Wired UK) | Digital Open Public Sphere | Scoop.it
Academic publisher Elsevier has been targeting open access websites and universities that are posting their own academic articles online with takedown notices for copyright infringement
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Eurozine - The unpredictability of politics in the age of social media - Helen Margetts

Eurozine - The unpredictability of politics in the age of social media - Helen Margetts | Digital Open Public Sphere | Scoop.it
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Aam Aadmi Party garners overwhelming support on Twitter as it 'brooms' past Congress in Delhi - India - dna

Aam Aadmi Party garners overwhelming support on Twitter as it 'brooms' past Congress in Delhi - India -  dna | Digital Open Public Sphere | Scoop.it
Although none of the pre-poll surveys hinted at AAP's win, the stupendous show of the party is indicative of a hung assembly in Delhi. - India dna
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8 Apps That Turn Citizens into Scientists: Scientific American

8 Apps That Turn Citizens into Scientists: Scientific American | Digital Open Public Sphere | Scoop.it
These mobile tools help you become a citizen scientist, whether you’re documenting wildlife or measuring the effects of light pollution
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Folha Política: Para o filósofo Pierre Lévy, os governantes brasileiros não ouviram as ruas

Folha Política: Para o filósofo Pierre Lévy, os governantes brasileiros não ouviram as ruas | Digital Open Public Sphere | Scoop.it
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Selfie - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Selfie - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A selfie is a type of self-portrait photograph, typically taken with a hand-held digital camera or camera phone, and are usually taken in a slightly tilted maner. Selfies are often associated with social networking. In the Korean entertainment industry the word selca (short for "self camera") means photos taken of oneself.

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Un être humain sur cinq utilise un réseau social

Un être humain sur cinq utilise un réseau social | Digital Open Public Sphere | Scoop.it
Près d'un habitant sur cinq dans le monde, soit environ 1,61 milliard de personnes, a utilisé un réseau social au moins une fois par mois cette année, soit 14 % de plus que l'année précédente.
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How Social Media is Changing Cambodian Politics · Global Voices

How Social Media is Changing Cambodian Politics · Global Voices | Digital Open Public Sphere | Scoop.it
Colin Meyn explains how the ‘rapid spread of social media is altering Cambodia’s political landscape.’ The young electorate desirous of change plus the aggressive campaigning of the opposition in the Internet made a huge impact in...
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Digital Humanitarians: From Haiti Earthquake to Typhoon Yolanda

Digital Humanitarians: From Haiti Earthquake to Typhoon Yolanda | Digital Open Public Sphere | Scoop.it

"We’ve been able to process and make sense of a quarter of a million tweets in the aftermath of Typhoon Yolanda. Using both AIDR (still under development) andTwitris, we were able to collect these tweets in real-time and use automated algorithms to filter for both relevancy and uniqueness. The resulting ~55,000 tweets were then uploaded to MicroMappers (still under development). Digital volunteers from the world over used this humanitarian technology platform totag tweets and now images from the disaster (click image below to enlarge). At one point, volunteers tagged some 1,500 tweets in just 10 minutes. In parallel, we used machine learning classifiers to automatically identify tweets referring to both urgent needs and offers of help. In sum, the response to Typhoon Yolanda is the first to make full use of advanced computing, i.e., both human computing and machine computing to make sense of Big (Crisis) Data"


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Howard Rheingold's curator insight, November 12, 2013 11:51 AM

Crisis mapping and tools for organizing emergent collective response to disasters is combining human and machine filters to deal with large numbers of responses in the crucial early hours after a crisis -- in this case, Typhoon Yolanda

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Lévy: “O filósofo francês diz que os protestos foram importantes para a evolução da sociedade brasileira"

Lévy: “O filósofo francês diz que os protestos foram importantes para a evolução da sociedade brasileira" | Digital Open Public Sphere | Scoop.it
O filósofo francês diz que os protestos foram importantes para a evolução da sociedade brasileira e que os governantes ainda não ouviram a voz das ruas
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A Founder of Twitter Goes Long

A Founder of Twitter Goes Long | Digital Open Public Sphere | Scoop.it
Evan Williams, who helped create companies like Blogger and Twitter, is setting his sights on longer-form writing with a new blogging platform, Medium.
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