The Future Of Innovation Has Already Arrived

Dr Nelson F. F. Ebecken

fhe outure if innovation as based, in my opinion on the convergence of technologies and on collaborative scientific work.

The convergence of nanotechnology, biotechnology, information technology, and cognitive science has been globaly changing society. Technological convergence defines now the way through which societies interact, as science progresses and form how the global market organizes itself. Certainly, the future of innovation is related to this search for convergence. The results achieved shall produce great impact and cause deep technological and scientific changes.

However, the level of depth and specificity of this knowledge makes the consideration of specialists of various areas of action mandatory. It is imperative to be prepared for interdisciplinarity.

The development of science depends on the scientists, of its records and of the interchange of its ideas. The future interconnection environment shall perform the synergy of data flow and knowledge to appropriately support service demand flows, of which the knowledge flow networks shall create a live knowledge space.

By interacting with scientists and their records, this environment shall envolve to a new manner to help science development. The coordination and narre of knowledge flow, integration of knowledge flows and workflows are components which render team work efficient.

Collaborative scientific work requires an in depth cultural review of the form to share knowledge. It is expected that internet may contribute toward this direction.

The future of innovation has already arrived. It depends on certain restructuring.

Article © 2009 Dr Nelson F. F. Ebecken. All rights reserved.

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Dr Nelson F. F. Ebecken

Dr Nelson F. F. Ebecken

affiliation:   Coppefederal University Of Rio De Janeiro

position:  Full Professor

country:  Brazil

area of interest:  Computer Intelligence

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