MOVIE 2 THE IMITATION GAME • Case : Alan Turing, mathematician • Manchester, England, 1951 • Bletchley Factory • Bletchley Factory to encrypt the code. • Enigma machine. • At the end, Alan Turing committed suicide at age 41 years old. • Initiate “Turing Machine” and develop into computer. ARTICLE 4 It is vital to understand that failure is an integral part of innovation. The research shows that the social stigmatisation of failure leads to a negative perception (Stam et al. (2008)) Humans are conditioned to regard failing as negative, starting from an early age, thus avoiding talking about it. Yet, there is much to learn from failing, especially when it comes to innovation. Killers of Innovation Part 1 - The Failure DATA The Startup Genome Project provides annual reports on the Startup ecosystem. This suggests that there might be insufficient learning from these unsuccessful ventures. The awareness, diligence, and ultimately the willingness to evaluate, understand what went wrong, and then get up again will make a failure noble and help on the road to success. specific factors that can be isolated: • organisational factors, • individual factors, • team factors, and • approach factors. We need to understand that the potential of failure is an integral part of business. The current trend of talking about failure helps both the failed and the founders. Because only with the willingness to take risks can innovations and also successes emerge. Killers of Innovation Part 1 - The Failure VIDEO 2 What is Digital Social Innovation? 1. Computer game to collect cancer data. 2. Transparent world. 3. Open hardware to collect environmental data 4. The future of digital social innovation. MONEYBALL Oakland A's general manager Billy Beane's successful attempt to assemble a baseball team on a lean budget by employing computer-generated analysis to acquire new players.