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2. Difference between closed data vs. open data (in databases & data) 2.1. Data have a lot of value and the value can vary very much depending on what data it is and what uses it can be used for. 2.2. Also depending on what new uses can be imagined and also by combining different data from different sources, new valuable data can be created. 2.3. Specifically in public sector, where there is a lot of public data being generated by public resources, it’s logical for general public (companies) to ask and public sector to supply all the data freely for any type of use. 2.4. But also many companies have seen that by opening data, it can create them new business opportunities, when external companies, customers etc. can develop ideas for how to use that data. 3. Difference between closed application model vs. open API model (in technical means to connect to data) 3.1. Similar to data, but mainly about the way to access that data, ie. the options being from only selected few per request, to anyone, but needs approval, to anyone who knows and have ability to technically connect to. 4. Difference between closed source vs. open source (in software code) 4.1. closed source software will only develop as much as the owner will invest into developing it and therefore both the speed and quality of the development is dependent on the resources applied and the views and ideas available to developing it. 4.2. In addition it’s limited by the various selections of ideas and priorities decided by single decision making authority 4.3. In open source that code base is shared by anyone interested to using it and can freely develop it further 4.4. license terms define commercial use and sharing rights and obligations 4.5. There are several open source license models available with many variations and well and models between closed and open source, like shared source, that are trying to find solutions to something that is not purely fitting to either side of open or close 4.6. Key benefit is fixed agreement model that is same for all parties involved. 5. Difference of traditional copyright terms vs. Creative Commons license terms in creative industry.
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From Technology Transfer To Open IPR 5.1. Again similar to open source license, but in different industry. Ideas have carried much from the software side. Allows different levels of “sharing” of otherwise copyrighted by default creations, like sound, text, pictures etc. ­ for different purposes 6. Difference between traditional funding instruments vs. crowdfunding related models 6.1. Traditional funding instruments are fixed and pre designed for a specific assumed needs, funding levels, terms with limited flexibility, being able to only cater for predefined funding deeds 6.2. Crowdfunding models are based on open, accessible, transparent and market driven models, where the funding opportunity is structured by the one looking for funding and then driven by open market approach to test the appeal of funders to provide funding or presented terms Key learnings from similar solutions In all of these approaches, the main drivers are a) open, volume based and market driven scalable approach vs. b) assuming to know what works (or pretending or guessing what works)
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  • Spring '15
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