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Climate Innovation Summit 2018: Mission Finance

November 6-8, 2018 - The Climate Innovation Summit in Dublin, Ireland was held this month. The huge event was orchestrated by EIT Climate-KIC. EIT Climate-KIC is a pan-European public-private partnership supported by the EIT (European Institute for Innovation and Technology).

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Entrepreneurial ecosystem planning

October 11, 2018 - A gathering of many of the most influential entrepreneurs in Oklahoma was held at the Oklahoma Ecosystem Forum for Entrepreneurial Catalysts. The event took place October 11, 2018, at American Fidelity Corporation and drew 50-60 investors and entrepreneurs.

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Programming as Theory Building

August 16, 2018 - We experienced the biggest turnout yet for a Data+Creativity meetup this month. Roughly 60 people joined us to hear George Fairbanks, an author and Google software engineer.

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Innovation is the same in any language

Ask Google to translate ‘innovation’ from English to Swedish, and it's the same in both languages. Shannan Callies, the assistant to Exaptive CEO Dave King, and data scientist Frank Evans traveled to Stockholm, Sweden, for the ISPIM Innovation Conference in June 2018.

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Sensor Syposium connects researchers, subject matter experts, enterprises

The opportunities were abundant for connecting research to enterprises. The Oklahoma City Innovation District hosted the first ever Sensors Symposium in the state on June 11, 2018. The event brought experts on sensor technology from private, non-profit, and military sectors.

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Sage Assembly 2018 tackles role of algorithms, individuals

In April 2018, data experts from around the world traveled to Seattle, WA, for the 2018 Sage Assembly. The topic this year was “Algorithms and the Role of the Individual.”

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Exaptation conference helps define acts of innovation

Reflected in the waters of Lake Garda, Italy, the Palazzo Feltrinelli stands as an example of architectural exaptation. Originally built as a home for a wealthy family in the late 1890s, it was exapted into Benito Mussolini’s headquarters during World War II, and then exapted later as a satellite branch of Milan’s public university, which it remains today.

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