After months of work our software code is finally released to the public for free. Every line of code and all thoughts behind it. Good ideas and probably also so not so good ones. The philosophy behind it all is simple: An idea needs to prove itself and can only be improved if its "recipe" is as transparent as possible. For us at Crisscrossed (www.crisscrossed.de), it was our first open source software project  and as an outcome there was the realization that open source innovation is essential for how we collaborate on ideas to make them become reality in a complex world.  Traditionally, collaborative efforts were limited by restrictions such as geographical boundaries. People needed to be in the same physical proximity to work on projects, greatly limiting their scope....

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Jul / 17 / 2015

Last updated: 04.09.15 Open source software has become a strong movement and as it gains popularity it leads most software...

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How open government can turn evil thanks to big data and machine learning

Feb / 04 / 2015

The New Yorker recently published an insightful article called „We Know How You Feel - Computers are learning to read...

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