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    Publicado el 22.10.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

    Hi gnossonaut!

    Last week we told you about our news related to educational communities. We want to thank you for the excellent reception that our proposal had. We are getting questions, comments, doubts... If you have any unresolved issue, please contact us. ;-)

    Here is our selection of the best content of the week:


    Using advanced computer techniques, IBM is building a computer for processing natural language, codenamed Watson (in honor of Thomas J. Watson, founder of IBM), to compete in the game show Jeopardy!

    CubicWeb is a development platform for building web applications, licensed under LGPL, which allows developers to efficiently build applications reusing components (called cubes) following the principles of object-oriented design.

    Kingsley Idehen, CEO of OpenLink Software, founders of Virtuoso, gives us on his Blog a short, clear explanation about Linked Data, based on a simple definition: Linked Data is simply a set of structured data based on hypermedia.


    Guy Kawasaki, author of nine books on marketing and director of Garage Technology Ventures, established in Silicon Valley (California, USA), visited Spain (Being Creative, Málaga) and talked about investments in technology companies.


    The Innovation Forum will take place on 24th and 25th November 2010 in Riojaforum. This resource shows the complete program.

    Interesting interactive timeline of The New York Times that shows a chronology of the construction of intelligent machines.


    Interesting post by Andrés Pedreño about how to approach cooperation frameworks between social networks and universities.


    Document that analyzes the successful business experiences representative of the values and uses of the New Economy in order to understand what the keys to the success of this emerging reality are. It was prepared in the framework of the New Economy Sectors 20+20 project.

    Article by Adela Cortina on the origin of neuroethics: "[...] it will have an exciting task ahead: not only will it deal with the ethical evaluation of research and applications in neuroscience, but also with fundamental problems of human life when the brain is involved, such as freedom, conscience, the self, the mind-body relation or the brain basis of morality [...]".

    Always with the humor that characterizes El Jueves, a joke about politics and promises that cannot be met, as well as misguided forecasts.



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    Publicado el 20.8.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

    gnoss.com newsletter: 16th August Week

    Hi gnossonaut!

    In this edition of our newsletter we have prepared a selection with the best content shared in gnoss.com. We also want to have your opinion. So do not miss the questions and discussions with more activity. Enjoy!


    Report that presents six new technologies that, according to some surveys, will be widely used in primary schools, secondary schools and university.

    The first International Meeting on ICT and Education will take place in Lisbon on 19th and 20th November 2010.

    Educational video for children that shows the potential security and privacy problems that they might face on the Net. It also has some recommendations for avoiding them.

    Evia is currently working in 17 research lines of application of ICT to the field of Health, Welfare and Social cohesion.

    Traditional relational databases and Artificial Intelligence Knowledge Bases have much in common in that both serve to store and retrieve information. However, the expressivity with which information can be represented and the flexibility with which it can be queried set true Knowledge Bases apart from more traditional data stores.

    Emilio Quintana translated and commented on his blog ‘Sharism: A Mind Revolution’, by Isaac Mao.

    Communication by researches of the Ultrasound Transducer Group’s (Duke University) on their research in relation to the next generation of surgical robots.

    Article on about the opinion of 450 senior directors of Spanish companies on the economy situation during the last three months and expectations for the last semester of 2010.

    The ‘Incyde’ Foundation and the ‘Emprendedores’ Magazine offer a selection of the top 150 articles for entrepreneurs published so far.

    Set of articles and videos published on forbes.com in collaboration with Frog Design where they present their ideas about how future could be in 2020.

    Debates and questions

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