Open sourced software has proven that proprietary ownership often precludes innovation — and that with proper organization and oversight, you can trust the wisdom of the masses.
Don Tapscott’s opening keynote for TEDGlobal 2012: Radical Openness.
In this inspiring talk, Tapscott lists four core principles that show how an open world is better.
Author Don Tapscott has opened the TEDGlobal conference in Edinburgh predicting a new era of “networked intelligence”.
This time of great change is not without problems, Tapscott allows. There’s little leadership at the head of these movements. Unsavory forces can fill vacuums left after the swift change. But it doesn’t matter. “We’re not putting this back in the bottle,” Tapscott says. “The open world is bringing empowerment and freedom.”