Category Archives: Scientific Theory

‘Digital Colour Brightness’ – a new Visual Common Denominator to Measure Contents of Images @Nanowerk @Nanotechnology @Nanomagazine

‘Digital Colour Brightness’ in ‘True Colour 3D‘ is the output of our ‘Smart Knowledge Engine’, here demonstrated on a small reference image of a colour spectrum: ‘Digital Colour Brightness’ is the ‘fundamental measuring unit’ that we visualise with our ‘Smart … Continue reading

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Believing in #DataScience or Understanding Humans – is that the Question? #CDSEurope @openDATA

Chief Data Scientist Europe is a two-day event at Kensington Close Hotel that I am attending. How do I LOVE being stimulated by talks about ‘data science’ and its implications for humanity’s thinking and evolution! The first speaker came from … Continue reading

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Say it on Video: a Game Changer for Forecasting, Diagrams and Image Analysis by Unifying #DataAnalytics

Three generic software methods are the outcome of my ‘software-aided thinking’: ‘3dM Forecasts‘ – with short-, medium- and long-term trends – which I expressed in this video on Time is Money – Money is Time Series; the prezi underlying the … Continue reading

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LEAN, CLEAN, SIMPLE, SOCIAL SYSTEMS: the Guide to Frugal Innovations

Charles Leadbeater @ http://www.charlesleadbeater.net was an interesting inspiration at NESTA where he was in conversation with Geoff Mulgan, NESTA’s director. As his latest book The Frugal Innovator has recently appeared, his 58 slides commented on the essence of innovation as he … Continue reading

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SAMSUNG @ TechUK or the Value of the Internet of People, Things and Money

Between Earth and Heaven, Korea balances Water and Fire in this flag of a Yin / Yang ‘logo’… My phone and tablet were made by Samsung, but that was ‘by chance’ when I was looking forward to the opportunity of … Continue reading

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DIGITAL PENINSULA Greenwich: Gateway to the Internet of Everything

  Deconstructing the Internet of Things was the title for a 2-part event:   in the ever so intriguing Ravensbourne College near North Greenwich tube on the most impressive 11th floor of 6 Mitre Passage @ Digital Enterprise Greenwich, which … Continue reading

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DATA SCIENCE – the Virtual Opportunity for the Internet of Things

Thanks to the magic of networking, serendipity or synchronicity, I had the pleasure of attending a meeting of the Digital Policy Alliance aka EURIM. When I suggest ‘Data Science as the virtual opportunity for the Internet of Things’, I’m proposing … Continue reading

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