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Using Open Data to Boost Public Sector Innovation

Using Open Data to Boost Public Sector Innovation

By • on August 1, 2017

The Diginomica website noted that the clamor for digital transformation means executives in both the public and private sectors are encouraged to use creative methods, such as hackathons and cross-organization partnerships, to foster innovation. The city of Camden recently launched an open data challenge that allows talented IT professionals to help

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Agritech Challenge Aimed At Inspiring Innovation In Kenya

Agritech Challenge Aimed At Inspiring Innovation In Kenya

By • on July 30, 2017

The AFKInsider website reported that the World Bank and venture capital firm Nest have announced a call for applications for the AgriTech Challenge 2017 in Kenya. The initiative is the first open innovation program of its kind in Kenya, and it is aimed at connecting promising startups and innovators

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Connect and Compete Through Open Innovation

Connect and Compete Through Open Innovation

By • on July 20, 2017

The MDDI website noted that open innovation has become a mainstream practice for most technology-driven companies looking to accelerate time to market and stay ahead of the competition; and added if you are a medical technology manufacturer considering open innovation as a strategy within your innovation

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Rafael Nadal Academy To Develop 3 Sports Technology Startups

Rafael Nadal Academy To Develop 3 Sports Technology Startups

By • on July 12, 2017

The SportTechie website reported that Rafael Nadal’s tennis academy has announced three winning startups from a competition it held to uncover and support sports technology companies. The competition, supported by Movistar and Telefonica’s “Open Future” initiative announced the winners as iAltituse,

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Nokia: Wide Open to Co-creation

Nokia: Wide Open to Co-creation

By • on July 7, 2017

The Nokia Networks blog noted that today, R&D resources are not sufficient to answer all customer demand and master new emerging technologies. Collaboration with third parties is mainly done on demand and only a very small part of the ecosystem capabilities is leveraged. Looking forward, we are convinced

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Scientists Without Borders

Scientists Without Borders

By • on June 27, 2017

The New York Academy of Science website reported that Scientists Without Borders, conceived in 2008 in partnership with the United Nations Millennium Project, is a collaborative community of scientists, engineers and innovators dedicated to finding solutions for global development issues. Through its

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Nokia’s Open Innovation Challenge

Nokia’s Open Innovation Challenge

By • on June 26, 2017

The Euroinvestor website reported that Nokia has launched an Open Innovation Challenge, focusing on the Internet of Things for smart cities, mobility, safety and security, and connected industries. “Co-innovating in an open ecosystem with start-ups and large tech companies in a healthy balance

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Open Innovation Challenge: Next Big Thing for Corn

Open Innovation Challenge: Next Big Thing for Corn

By • on June 23, 2017

The KTIC website reported that the National Corn Growers Association (NCGA), along with innovation facilitator NineSigma, has announced the launch of a global competition to identify new and innovative uses for field corn. “Many industries are adopting an open innovation approach because of its success

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Open Innovation: Crowdsourcing for Ideas

Open Innovation: Crowdsourcing for Ideas

By • on June 21, 2017

The Ontario Centres for Excellence website reported that the approach of open innovation is now being leveraged by government and non-profit organizations to tackle some of the greatest challenges faced by humanity. By identifying a problem and offering incentives to solution providers to bring forward

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Reducing Food Waste through Open Innovation

Reducing Food Waste through Open Innovation

By • on June 7, 2017

The Rockefeller Foundation website reported on a new open innovation challenge: At OpenIDEO, we believe that collaboration fosters innovation. When faced with the world’s most pressing challenges, we’ve been awed by the power of working together rather than in silos. And our aspiration to use open

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