Open Law is a "legal co-creation program" organized by the OWF, DILA, Etalab and NUMA, launched Friday, October 31 at the OWF. It relies on Open Data datasets recently released in France and aims to stimulate and promote the reuse of legal data within a collaborative and open legal innovation that brings together the public and private sector.
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Open Innovation disrupts the traditional conception of innovation by establishing the idea of a social innovation
where the aim is no longer to create first but to have better designs and more inventions with the help of others.
Transposed to technologic industry, this brand new par [...]
Date and duration: Friday 31 October 2014, 1/2 day
Session Organizer: Cedric Thomas, OW2
The Open World Forum Community Summit is an annual open workshop focusing on the growth and management of open source
communities. This year, leaders and practitioners from free and open source software communities will discuss the
evolution of the technical [...]
Open Source allows you to take back control
Open source licenses give you a lot of freedoms and powers, although they also come with some obligations.
Still poorly understood or misunderstood, they are nevertheless essential to maintaining an open and collaborative
system balanced. A constant outreach and popularization is necessary to ensure tha [...]
THINK will be the occasion to understand how the innovation's and openness' combination could be as much as a solution to the issues from the past as the factor for success for the future stakes. Therefore, this model will be presented in its valuation side, from both private and public sector innovations. This following article is part of a bundle [...]
For this 7th edition the program is build around the guidline “Take Back Control” and will show you how to take back control of your digital world, including IT/IS and (personal) data.
Classic and essential subjects as Cloud computing, Data, Internet of Things, Dev, etc. will be treated from a user's needs' point of view. We will also put a strong [...]