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Main Conference - Generation Open / Open Content : we are the optimistic generation

Explore how openness is transforming the world, disrupting all ecosystems and creating a new mindset and equilibrium for society and the media. What great things can openness achieve? How dangerous could it be? Is it the future? Join the debate!

 

October 1, 2010, from 02:00 PM to 04:00 PM - Register >

  

"The people within Facebook not only believe in what they’re doing but are on the leading edge of Generation Open. It’s not merely an age thing; it’s a mindset thing. It’s about having all your references come from the land of the internet rather than TV and becoming accustomed to — and taking for granted — bilateral communications in place of unidirectional broadcast forms. Where authority figures used to be able to get away with telling you not to talk back, Generation Open just turns to Twitter and lets the whole world know what they think. But it’s not just that the means of publishing have been democratized and the new medium is being mastered; change is flowing from the events that have shaped my generation’s understanding of economics, identity, and freedom. We are also the generation that watched our government fail to protect the victims of Katrina — before, during and after the event. The emperor’s safety net — sworn nemesis of fiscal conservatives — turned out not to exist despite all their persistent whining. Stranded, hundreds took to their roofs while helicopters hovered over head, broadcasting FEMA’s failure on the nightly news. While Old Media gawked, the open source community solved problems, delivering the Katrina PeopleFinder database, meticulously culled from public records and disparate resources that, at the time, lacked usable APIs. What Facebook is attempting is nothing short of a revolution; you simply can’t evolve out of a culture of fear and paranoia that was passed down to us. You have to disrupt the ecosystem, and create a new equilibrium. If we are Generation Open, then we are the optimistic generation." (Source: factoryjoe.com)



14.00-15.00

Introduction: Louis Montagne, CEO, AF83, Bearstech (France / USA)

Keynote: Henri Verdier, President, Cap Digital innovation cluster (France)

 

Generation Open, we are the optimistic generation

 

Moderator:

Sandrine Murcia - Silicon Sentier / Mindblush - (France)


Panelists: 

- Sunil Abraham - Director, Centre for Internet and Society Bangalore (India)

Marylene Delbourg-Delphis, Serial entrepreneur and CEO (USA)

- Ori Pekelman - Small World, af83 (France)

- Mikko Puhakka - Cone Advisor (Finland)

- Axelle Tessandier - Palomar 5 (USA)



Open Digital Content : Open but can you sell? 

15.00-16.00

Is Open Content a bridge between Old and New Media ? TV and Internet? The future ? Benjamin Bejbaum (Founder, DailyMotion) will start with a 20 minutes focus on the content industry and the way the Internet changed it all.


Panelists:

- David A. Wiley - Brigham young university (USA)

- Laurent Kratz - Jamendo (Luxembourg)

- Robert Kaye - MusicBrainz (USA) 

- Mathieu Pasquini, Founder, in Libro Veritas (France)

- Guillaume Decitre, CEO, Decitre bookstores (France)

- Josette Garcia, O'reilly (France)

- Benjamin Boccas, Artist (France)

 

16.00-16.30

Pause and networking

16.30-17.30

OPEN WORLD FORUM CLOSING KEYNOTES

Organizers

Louis Montagne
Co-founder, AF83 and Bearstech, Chairman of Collibri (France)

Moderators

Sandrine Murcia
President, Silicon Sentier, CEO, Mindblush

Speakers

David A Wiley
Associate Professor - Brigham Young University (USA)
Sunil Abraham
Policy Director, Centre for Internet and Society (India)
Benjamin Bejbaum
Co-Founder, DailyMotion (France)
Guillaume Decitre
CEO, Decitre Bookstores (France)
Marylene Delbourg-Delphis
Serial entrepreneur and CEO (USA)
Robert Kaye
Founder and lead developer, MusicBrainz (USA)
Laurent Kratz
Founding partner at Jamendo (Luxembourg)
Mathieu Pasquini
Founder, in Libro Veritas (France)
Ori Pekelman
Design manager, AF83 (France-USA)
Mikko Puhakka
Partner, ConeAdvisor (Finland)
Axelle Tessandier
Artist and writer, Palomar5 (USA)
Henri Verdier
President, Cap Digital Innovation Cluster (France)

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