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    Publicado el 18.3.2013 por Pablo Hermoso de Mendoza González

    How can Europe take the lead in the business of data?

    There are many reasons that explain why data is becoming increasingly important in our lives.

    --- Posted by Khalil Rouhana , DG INFSO, Director "Digital Content and Cognitive Systems"

    There are many reasons that explain why data is becoming increasingly important in our lives.

    Firstly, a large number of devices - from scientific instruments like genomic sequencers or telescopes to mobile phones to very tiny sensors -  generate much more data than humans could by themselves.

    Secondly, advances in digital storage technologies mean it is now cost effective to store large quantities of data for further analysis.

    Finally, advances in information retrieval to data mining and machine learning have made it possible to extract very valuable information from enormous amounts of data so that we are now able to analyse phenomena that were too big for us to perceive.

    Size is not the only thing that has changed. In the last few years we have discovered that certain types of data  -particularly non-private data collected by public administrations- are worth more when shared than when locked up. And that datasets are worth even more when they are linked to one another so that properties of various objects of interest -companies, products, and geographic features- can be aggregated from independently developed datasets.

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    Publicado el 18.3.2013 por Pablo Hermoso de Mendoza González

    The project | Linked2Safety

    The central piece for healthcare and public health is information. Electronic Health Records (EHRs) contain an increasing wealth of medical information has the potential to significantly advance medical research, personalized healthcare, as well as health policies formulation, providing society with additional benefits within a global health perspective, with applications ranging from disease prevention and genetics to surveillance and epidemiologic studies. Healthcare Organizations and the pharmaceutical industry in Europe both share a common goal, to deliver the best possible personalized treatments and innovative medicines to improve patient outcomes. The industry believes that technological advances and broad implementation of EHRs in Europe can achieve this goal and accelerate clinical research.

    The above highlights the need for the development of an advanced environment for clinical research that enables seamless, secure and consistent integration of clinical care information in EHR with information in clinical trial systems, which will facilitate a) the early detection of patients’ safety issues, b) the identification of adverse events and c) the identification of a suitable critical mass of patients to participate in small (Phases II and III) or larger scale (Phase IV) clinical trials.

    Within this requirement formulation, we argue that recent innovations in the Semantic Web research, e.g. semantic interoperability efforts and Linked Data technologies, can support the development of an extensible, scalable architecture that will facilitate the semantic interlinking between spatially distributed clinical care information sources, electronic patients’ health
    records and clinical trials systems for gathering and sharing adequate knowledge to support decision making in medical and clinical research
    . These technologies will be empowered by a common shared infrastructure (including ontologies and common medical vocabularies, as well as health care record structures, and medical logic representations), mapping and alignment tools, patients’ data privacy, anonymity, security and authorized access techniques, for exposing, sharing, and connecting pieces of healthcare, medical and clinical data, information, and knowledge. The utilization and deployment of the aforementioned technologies for addressing semantic and technical interoperability of EHR/PHR and EDC repositories will result in an interoperability framework, which will allow homogenized, standardizedaccess to distributed patients data and clinical information resources.

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    Publicado el 27.7.2012 por Equipo GNOSS

    Open Data Catalogues (Informatics Forum, Edimburgo 2011)

    Documento colaborativo en el que se recoge el contenido del taller Open Data Catalogue Interoperability celebrado en Edimburgo en mayo de 2012:

     

    The Data Catalogue Interoperability Workshop was a two day meeting at the Informatics Forum in Edinburgh on 3-4th May 2011, for those who administer open data catalogues (particularly those located within Europe). The meeting included discussion, design and development work aimed at:

    • improving interoperability between different types of data catalogues (including but not limited to those powered by CKAN);
    • allowing them to be federated more easily into projects like opendatasearch.org or publicdata.eu.

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    Publicado el 3.7.2012 por Pablo Hermoso de Mendoza González

    EUROPA - Press Releases - Digital Agenda: Turning government data into gold

    The Commission has launched an Open Data Strategy for Europe, which is expected to deliver a €40 billion boost to the EU's economy each year. Europe’s public administrations are sitting on a goldmine of unrealised economic potential: the large volumes of information collected by numerous public authorities and services. Member States such as the United Kingdom and France are already demonstrating this value. The strategy to lift performance EU-wide is three-fold: firstly the Commission will lead by example, opening its vaults of information to the public for free through a new data portal. Secondly, a level playing field for open data across the EU will be established. Finally, these new measures are backed by the €100 million which will be granted in 2011-2013 to fund research into improved data-handling technologies.

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    Publicado el 2.7.2012 por Pablo Hermoso de Mendoza González

    "The Global Achievement Gap is the gap between what even our best schools are teaching and testing Versus The skills all students will need for careers, college, and citizenship in the 21st century. The Seven Survival Skills for Careers, College, And Citizenship are: 1)Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving 2)Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence 3)Agility and Adaptability 4)Initiative and Entrepreneurialism 5)Effective Oral and Written Communication 6)Accessing and Analyzing Information 7)Curiosity and Imagination" Tony Wagner.Co-Director, Change Leadership Group.Harvard University, Graduate School of Education

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    Publicado el 28.6.2012 por Equipo GNOSS

    Health 2.0 Europe 2012

    Conferencia que tendrá lugar en Berlín los días 6 y 7 de noviembre de 2012 que trata de aprovechar comunidad Europea de Salud 2.0 para promover la polinización cruzada de ideas y la colaboración.

    La conferencia no tratará sólo medios sociales y comunidades online, en ella se tratarán temas como la comunicación médico-paciente, la reforma del sistema, datos, análisis, gestión de salud de la población, medicina personalizada, sensores y dispositivos, plataformas, el bienestar.

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    Publicado el 27.10.2010 por Equipo GNOSS

    Previsión de crecimiento del mercado de las Tecnologías Semánticas en Europa - Value-it

    Según un informe de Value-it proyect de Abril de 2010, se espera un crecimiento continuo en el mercado de las Tecnologías Semánticas que sobrepasará los 700 millones de euros en el años 2014 en Europa.


    Sin embargo, las tecnologías semánticas no se comercializarán de manera autónoma, si no que irán empaquetadas en enriqueciendo aplicaciones tradicionales alas que aportarán inteligencia. CRM y Enterprise Management son las áreas que más aumentarán en el mercado de las Tecnologías Semánticas.

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    Compartido el 3.12.2009 por Equipo GNOSS

    "EFQUEL is the biggest network for quality in E-Learning worldwide. Our mission is to enhance the quality of eLearning in Europe and beyond by providing services and support for all stakeholders".

    Esta entidad está formada por más de 80 organizaciones, entre ellas varias universidades españolas. Su objetivo es la creación y desarrollo de una comunidad de usuarios y expertos que compartan experiencias sobre la contribución de la formación on line al desarrollo de competencias profesionales. Difunde sus trabajos mediante proyectos, iniciativas, grupos de trabajo y lista de recursos.

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    Compartido el 19.10.2009 por Pablo Hermoso de Mendoza González

    These tutorials and lectures cover issues relevant to the creation and development of seamless and meaningful data exchange - from the semantic web and ontologies to domain-specific presentations helpful to stakeholders in European eGovernment. They are presented in cooperation with our partner Videolectures.net at the Center for Knowledge Transfer, Jozef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana.

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    Compartido el 19.10.2009 por Pablo Hermoso de Mendoza González

    The Semantic Interoperability Centre Europe (SEMIC.EU) is a service provided by the European Commission in the framework of its programme 'Interoperable Delivery of European eGovernment Services to public Administrations, Businesses and Citizens' (IDABC).

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