BACKGROUND/HISTORY AND CONTEXT OF THE WORKSHOP
Last year ENoLL contributed to the Manifesto for Innovation in Europe (manifestoforinnovationineurope.org).
The Manifesto is as tool for addressing a vision to EU and the World regarding the need of advancing in the democratization to access to knowledge and innovation. During OLLD2018 a revision of the manifesto was made. We aim at OLLD2019 to generate a new boost to the manifesto with a co-creation workshop.
MAIN AIM / OBJECTIVE
A new revision and update of the Manifesto, a useful tool for the community of innovators in EU.
BRIEF OUTLINE / METHODOLOGY
FORMAT: Open debate and discussion with invited speakers and dialogue with the attendants.
OUTCOMES: A document of conclusions.
METHODOLOGY: Hybrid: The open debate will be moderated by a moderator. An integrator will be summarizing the main contributions and key points of discussion. An artist will draw a picture (an artistic representation) of the conversation taking place on-the-fly on a wall in a comic style.
INTERACTION: Highly interactive. The Manifesto for Innovation in EU will be used as a reference point for the development of discussion in order to identify the main lines of work.
Chairman of ENoLL, Associate Director at Computer Vision Centre and Associate Professor at UAB. Co-Funder of the Library Living Lab
Fernando VilariñoChairman of ENoLL, Associate Director at Computer Vision Centre and Associate Professor at UAB. Co-Funder of the Library Living Lab
Fernando Vilariño is Associate Director of the Computer Vision Centre and Associate Professor of the Univ. Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain. He is currently lecturing in Robotics and Multimedia Systems. His research has been linked to diverse areas of Computer Vision and Machine Learning, and Robotics. His current research is focused on the development of the link between physical and digital objects. He has led different projects related to citizen science through the implementation of a model for Living Labs in the context of Open Innovation. He has participated in the different workshops and invited talks in the context of ICT and culture. Dr. Vilariño has been awarded with the Spanish Gov. Ramon y Cajal Grant (2010), and Google Academy Award (2014) for his research. As Associate Director for the CVC he has contributed to the technology transfer of Computer Vision technology with setup of a number of start-ups in the field of Machine Learning and Computer Vision. He is co-leading the implementation of the Regional Computer Vision Ecosystem, the regional economic driver of AI. He has developed a model for innovation based on living labs that allows for multi-stake holder user centric approach. Fernando Vilariño is the current Chairman of the European Network of Living Labs.