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The Future of the City: Crowd-Sourcing & Gamification for City 2.0
document Distributed Knowledge

Although crowd sourcing and gamification in urban design are still at an infant stage, there are already well established open source initiatives and ideas that could help define this new way of...

Pablo BracciniMar 16, 2012 12:51 am GMT2217 views
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The Future of the City: Crowd-Sourcing & Gamification for City 2.0
City 2.0 crowdsources our future
document Distributed Knowledge

Towards that end, City 2.0 offers individuals the tools to design such a city, making the kind of choices around transportation, energy, public space, housing, and law that are usually made only...

Jason RobbinsMar 11, 2012 02:03 pm GMT1211 views
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City 2.0 crowdsources our future
The 2012 TED Prize Will Fund Ways To Remake Our Cities
document Open Innovation

“With the City 2.0, the TED Prize has embarked on the ultimate design challenge,” TED Curator Chris Anderson said in a statement. “This is a global call for collaborative action on one of the...

Benjamin FosselMar 02, 2012 01:10 pm GMT2012 views
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The 2012 TED Prize Will Fund Ways To Remake Our Cities
How the 2012 TED Prize, The City 2.0, Aims to Crowdsource the Future
document Distributed Knowledge

According to TED curator Chris Anderson, idea of The City 2.0 is “empower citizens to connect with each other to help reshape their own cities. He said it is a global call for collaborative...

Pablo BracciniMar 01, 2012 03:07 pm GMT1942 views
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How the 2012 TED Prize, The City 2.0, Aims to Crowdsource the Future
Norwalk 2.0: Give the Arts Your Support
document Distributed Knowledge, Open Innovation

The Daily Norwalk wants to crowdsource a future Norwalk, too, because these days there's just too much stuff to do. Norwalk 2.0 is part of a growing national movement that leverages...

Samuel BennettMar 08, 2012 01:00 pm GMT1221 views
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Norwalk 2.0: Give the Arts Your Support
Crowded Streets: Will City 2.0 Change the Way We Live?
Crowd Creativity, Distributed Knowledge

Resident expert Ville Miettinen, CEO of MicroTask, ponders the future of the city, with a little help from TED and the crowd.

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Ville MiettinenJun 14, 2012 09:39 pm GMT6077 views
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2012 TED Prize Wish: The City 2.0
video Distributed Knowledge

A video introduction about TED's new crowdsourcing site, The City 2.0. You can forge a new urban outlook. Begin by connecting. Imagine a platform that brings you together, locally and...

Benjamin FosselMar 02, 2012 08:20 am GMT1901 views
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2012 TED Prize Wish: The City 2.0
What's Behind the Grumbling Over TED's City 2.0
document Distributed Knowledge

Building relationships with city officials and bureaucrats and working with small groups of composters and bike lane advocates and neighborhood economic development organizations is much different...

Pablo BracciniMar 06, 2012 11:32 pm GMT815 views
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What's Behind the Grumbling Over TED's City 2.0
Crowdsourcing a City's Quiet Corners
article Distributed Knowledge

Right now Stereopublic is available in Adelaide, Perth, and Melbourne, but it's rapidly expanding thanks to the encouragement of a TED City 2.0 prize. Soon quiet communities will emerge in...

Jayne AnnMay 16, 2013 06:04 am GMT1024 views
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Crowdsourcing a City's Quiet Corners
Top 7 Websites for Creating the Future City
article Distributed Knowledge, Tools

Here are the seven websites that harness the power, wisdom and knowledge of the crowds to cultivate smarter future cities: 1.GIVE A MINUTE- digital outlet to share ideas and engage in dialogue...

Luis Enrique MoralesNov 06, 2012 07:44 am GMT1856 views
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Top 7 Websites for Creating the Future City
Case Study: Reset SF - Crowdsourcing Civic Engagement and Pioneering Government 2.0
blog Distributed Knowledge

Reset San Francisco is an online community using the latest web 2.0 tools to bring San Franciscans together around ideas and solutions. By embracing technology, they are able to increase civic...

Tonya Van Dijk Aug 08, 2011 09:16 pm GMT3675 views
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Case Study: Reset SF - Crowdsourcing Civic Engagement and Pioneering Government 2.0
Crowdsourcing planning
blog Distributed Knowledge

The TED Prize 2012, The City 2.0, a kind of global Wikipedia connecting citizens, political leaders, urban experts, companies, and organizations, to reshape cities around the world. The idea was...

Fritz SchaeferMar 25, 2012 10:48 am GMT2601 views
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Crowdsourcing planning
Rethinking Public Engagement
document Distributed Knowledge

On a larger scale, the TED prize is taking the idea of crowdsourcing to a global level. This year, the annual TED prize was awarded not to an individual, but to an idea. That idea is “City 2.0.”...

Fritz SchaeferApr 21, 2012 11:36 am GMT1248 views
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Rethinking Public Engagement
Crowdsourcing the Quiet
document Crowd Creativity, Tools

With support from City 2.0 Award and the Creative Australia initiative, they will build an online space--likely web and smartphone based--where people can essentially geo-locate and crowd-source...

Jayne AnnJul 01, 2012 11:38 pm GMT2032 views
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Crowdsourcing the Quiet
The Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation And The Beckman Research Institute of City of Hope Launch The Groundbreaking Health of Women Study
document Distributed Knowledge

The Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation and Beckman Research Institute of City of Hope,today officially launch the Health of Women Study (HOW),a long-term cohort study tracking the health of women...

Benjamin FosselOct 02, 2012 11:32 am GMT1032 views
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The Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation And The Beckman Research Institute of City of Hope Launch The Groundbreaking Health of Women Study
Earth Day: Lower your Carbon Output (and Blood Pressure) with Roadify
document Open Innovation

For this year's NYC Big Apps 2.0 competition grand prize winner, Roadify, the increased awareness of their commuter-support platform means big improvements: more people participating and...

Adam FrazerApr 23, 2011 10:27 pm GMT2435 views
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Earth Day: Lower your Carbon Output (and Blood Pressure) with Roadify
VatorSplash SF event: crowdsourcing, mobile apps & more
document Distributed Knowledge, Open Innovation

Hosted by Vator.tv, the competition yeilds large numbers of applicants, ten of which are selected by judges for three minute pitches onstage. Crowd-sourcing and mobile payment solutions once...

Luis Enrique MoralesOct 01, 2011 08:29 am GMT1812 views
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VatorSplash SF event: crowdsourcing, mobile apps & more
Extending Open Innovation to Open Government: a Roadmap for New Opportunities in Citizensourcing
Distributed Knowledge, Open Innovation

Terms, such as co-creation, mass customization, interactive value creation, or open innovation  represent the increasing success of new (predominantly Internet-based) practices and give evidence that the general public can constitute a source of enhanced innovation.

In many countries the public sector has been seeking to reform itself, anyway. Do the open innovation methods, broadly understood provide a way? In this post, Dennis Hilgers and Frank Piller look at the wider benefits of an open public service and raise some of the most important issues.

 

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Dennis HilgersMar 11, 2011 02:20 am GMT7134 views
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Celebrities & Crowdsourcing Back $2.2 Million Bid In Auction Of Marilyn Monroe Dress
document Distributed Knowledge

The appeal and international celebrity of Marilyn Monroe was also a key selling point that SAVE-THE-DRESS used to enlist the participation of prominent sponsors, including New York's Sanctuary...

Tonya Van Dijk Jun 20, 2011 02:35 pm GMT1182 views
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Celebrities & Crowdsourcing Back $2.2 Million Bid In Auction Of Marilyn Monroe Dress
Crowdsourced Ideas Make Participating in Government Cool Again
Open Innovation

Harnessing the knowledge citizens and government employees share on social media applications in the public sector is a tricky challenge of the Government 2.0 era. Every day, thousands of citizens comment on government Facebook posts and blog entries or reshare information published on Twitter. Rarely has government had the opportunity to harvest innovative ideas and knowledge published through these channels. The main reason many agencies set up an organizational account is still “to be where the people are.” Recently, ‘open innovation’ platforms have started to address this disconnect, providing the public with the capability to interact and brainstorm alongside government officials. Simply put, these platforms make participating in government cool again.

Social media tools — such as blogs, Twitter and Facebook — are great channels to collect and encourage citizens to provide their insights on the issues and plans of government. Unfortunately, today’s standard social networking services do not have the capability to automatically extract and collate new knowledge or ideas from content that citizens are submitting through the existing commenting channels. In some cases, the sheer volume of comments makes proper analysis very difficult. The challenge is to extract new ideas or valuable insights from the influx of comments in a productive and efficient way. Open innovation platforms are designed to fill this gap.

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Crowdsourcing.orgOct 13, 2011 12:23 am GMT4832 views
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