“The computer chip giant Intel announced it will invest $100 million in
U.S. universities to support cutting-edge research in computing and communications.”
“Beginning with a multi-institutional collaboration devoted to computer visualization based at Stanford University….”
“Intel officials say each center will adopt its own arrangements on intellectual property…”
“…But they say the preferred approach
is to publish all research in the open literature
and to make available with an open source license
any software that is developed”.
According to Pat Hanrahan:
This type of investment is a natural development.
Companies realize that:
“If they create a whole ecosystem of ideas, they all benefit from it.”
It is a good sign!
Corporate managers seem to be reading
2009 Nobel Laureate in Economics : Elinor Ostrom’s
and learning that Economics: is not a zero-sum game.