The theme of “New Developments of Systems Thinking: From IoT to AI” at the Tenth International Symposium on Service Systems Science presented an opportunity to look at changes currently happening with contemporary technologies. For a short talk, my agenda focused on three assertions:
- 1. Open innovation learning, through open sourcing while private sourcing, has grown from 2001 to become mainstream
- 2. Significant Internet of Things, cloud platforms and cognitive computing initiatives involve commercial and noncommercial contributors
- 3. Creators, makers and remixers should consciously choose and declare conditions for derivative works
The relevance of the research for my dissertation (currently in review at Aalto University) became a frame for examining IoT, cloud and cognitive. With both commercial and noncommercial contributors working alongside each other, content creators and makers should think ahead to conditions they wish to place on others who may derive from their works. The previously posted slides on the Coevolving Commons have been synchronized with the digital audio recording.
The lecture and subsequent questions-and-answers are available online as web video.
For those who just want to listen, downloadable audio files (some with digitally boosted volume) are an option.
(volume boosted 3db, 50MB)
(volume boosted 6db, 50MB)
Alternatively, downloadable video files allow watching in disconnected mode.
(HD 487Kbps 186MB) [on the Internet Archive]
(nHD 197Kkps 76MB)
(HD 347Kbps 134MB)
(nHD 131Kbps 51MB)
The annual symposiums at Tokyo Tech, hosted by Kyoichi (Jim) Kijima and Hiroshi Deguchi, have been a continuing opportunity to share ideas on services systems science for a decade. Maintaining relevance with contemporaneous issues is an opportunity to mutually stretch the boundaries of our collective knowledge.