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ICT10 (2015) - Collective Awareness Platforms
for Sustainability and Social Innovation
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Tap the innovation potential of bottom-up solutions based on collective
intelligence in multiple fields related to sustainability and social innovation
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Demonstrate the innovative combination of network solutions (social
networks, sensor networks, knowledge co-creation networks)
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Involve new actors and stimulate interdisciplinary collaborations on
concrete application areas investigating innovative applications of the
network effect
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Leverage on these experiments to get a better understanding of the
underlying techno-social issues which are key for the networked society,
such as motivations, reputation, identity, privacy, network neutrality, new
economic models
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Explore and open up new innovation possibilities whose expected return
cannot easily be quantified in GDP or traditional terms
ICT10 - Collective Awareness Platforms for
Sustainability and Social Innovation – Approach:
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Harnessing the ICT network effect
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Sustainability as a goal
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Behavioural change
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Bottom-up
– Crowdsourcing, crowdfunding
– to achieve collective intelligence
– beyond GDP, Low Carbon economy, natural resources, social justice,
social inclusion
– Grounded on real communities of people and real challenges
– sustainability-aware decisions
– at personal, collective and corporate levels
– Self-regulation based on collective awareness
– grounded on open data, open source and open hardware innovation
paradigms
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Beyond commercially-driven platforms
– That can produce new business models
and (social) innovation
ICT10 - Collective Awareness Platforms
for Sustainability and Social Innovation
To harness the collaborative power of ICT networks to
create collective awareness of sustainability threats and
enable collective solutions
a) Collective awareness pilots for bottom-up participatory
innovation paradigms (R&I small actions – 24 M€)
b) Multidisciplinary research on collective awareness
platforms (Internet Science) (R&I small actions – 4 M€)
c) Digital Social Platforms (R&I small actions – 7 M€)
d) Coordinating activities in CAPs (CSAs – 1 M€)
ICT10 - Collective Awareness Platforms
for Sustainability and Social Innovation
CAPS called first time in Call 10: 105 proposals, >600 participants,
half of them new to ICT, 17:1 oversubscription for STREPs
ICT10 differences:
more budget for STREPs, including Internet Science, including
Digital Social Platforms, more focused on cross-areas
applications, multidisciplinary requirements (2 non-ICT
partners)
CAPS in FP7: 10 projects launched on 1/10/2013
including CAP2020 coordination action, bridging to new projects
1 Study on Digital Social Innovation (DSI)
to map new actors in DSI
eg. How is it new / different from previous calls
ICT10 - Collective Awareness Platforms
for Sustainability and Social Innovation
4. What do we NOT want?
• proposals without a clear existing (and
physical) community of motivated users
• proposals technology-driven, or aiming at
purely commercial solutions
• consortia without at least two partners
which are focused on non-ICT disciplines
ICT10 - Collective Awareness Platforms
for Sustainability and Social Innovation
- Key actors
5. Who are the leading players?
NGOs (e.g. NESTA engaged since long time in Social
Innovation activities), civil society
multidisciplinary academia/research centers
mostly small actors: SMEs, local communities, students
see www.digitalsocial.eu (study on DSI)
6. Is there a key group of actors or ETP driving this?
No. This is by definition a bottom-up, emergent area,
being mapped by the DSI study
ICT10 - Collective Awareness Platforms
for Sustainability and Social Innovation
additional / background documents:
Website with specific EXAMPLES of areas (collaborative
consumption, sustainable lifestyles, etc.)
https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/node/1503
Existing projects:
http://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/caps-projects
Proceeding of first Dialogue on Collective Awareness Platforms
http://paradiso-fp7.eu/events/agenda/
Article on IEEE Technology and Society Magazine
https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/news/collectiveawareness-platforms-engine-sustainability-and-ethics
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