Deep Knowledge Group Announces New Projects During World Economic Forum in Davos and Ecosystems 2030
Several Deep Knowledge Group partners and executives participated in key events in Europe from May 25th - June 3rd, 2022, including the Davos Longevity Investment Forum during the 2022 World Economic Forum in Switzerland and the Ecosystems 2030 conference in Spain.
Deep Knowledge Group is a consortium of commercial and non-profit organisations active on multiple fronts in the realm of DeepTech and Frontier Technologies (AI, Longevity, FinTech, GovTech, InvestTech), ranging from scientific research to investment, entrepreneurship, analytics, media, philanthropy and more.
The Group is well known for its sophisticated DeepTech analytics, predictive forecasting and benchmarking, having received coverage as early as 2014 in bestselling books on the future of technology, including The Fourth Industrial Revolution by World Economic Forum Founder and Chairman Klaus Schwab.
Deep Knowledge Group Founder and General Partner Dmitry Kaminskiy delivered two keynote addresses on the topics of Longevity, DeepTech, Artificial Intelligence and their intersection at the coming inflection point of the 5th Industrial Revolution, while several other of the Group’s partners and executives (including Stefan Hascoet (Head of Deep Knowledge Ventures Suisse) and Cecelia Yu (Head of UK and Europe at Deep Knowledge Group and Managing Partner at Longevity.Capital) attended a variety of surrounding events and met with a number of high-calibre thought-leaders.
As the head of Deep Knowledge Group’s Swiss activities Stefan Hascoet focused his engagements on Swiss governance, policy and financial industry professionals at large throughout Davos, while Cecelia Yu, as Managing Partner of Longevity.Capital, focused her meetings towards senior bankers, investors and top executives interested in working with Deep Knowledge Group in its ongoing work to develop the financial and infrastructural ecosystem required to transform DeepTech and the Longevity Industry into viable asset classes of their own.
These two events are among the first physical, face-to-face major conferences to be held in 2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and in some respects represent opposite ends of the current DeepTech event landscape. The Longevity Investment Summit at Davos was attended by a select group of high-profile investors interested in the Longevity Industry investment landscape, and was held during the 2022 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, which brings together world leaders to discuss major economic, political and social opportunities and challenges facing global society today.
By contrast, Spain’s invitation-only Ecosystems 2030, founded by Dr. Omar Hatamleh (Head of Technology Integration for ISRU at NASA) and organized with significant support from the Spanish government (including on the conference’s Honorary Committee the King of Spain, His Majesty Filipe VI, and Inés Rey García, the Mayor of A Coruña), brought together a much more diverse range of 150 high-calbre thought-leaders from government, industry, investment and finance interested in the impacts of AI, DeepTech and emerging technologies on their professions.
The specific timing of these events was particularly fortunate, in that they represented an ideal forum for the unveiling of several Deep Knowledge Group projects and outputs which have recently been completed. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic the Group focused substantial resources to optimizing, extending and enhancing a variety of back-end tools and features within its IT, Data Science and analytics departments (including the sophisticated data visualization and AI, Deep Learning and Reinforcement Learning algorithms fueling its various Big Data Analytics Dashboards), as well as its financial projects department (focused on the development of legal, financial and ecosystemic frameworks and instruments to support the accelerated development of DeepTech, the establishment of an integral financial infrastructure for its further growth and stabilization, and its emergence as a new asset class in and of itself). With many such projects now at the stage of launch, these two high-profile events in Davos and Spain served as unexpectedly ideal circumstances in which to announce their completion.
The pursuit of this truly ecosystemic approach, and the integral fusion of sophisticated analytics with investment, internal entrepreneurship and financial industry activities to stablize, optimize and accelerate DeepTech industry development, is the foundation and basis for Deep Knowledge Group’s commitment to ensuring that all necessary components of the 5th Industrial Revolution are in place before the year 2030, and its mission to do as much as possible to personally and practically pave the way for its emergence.
This vision of the near-future is rooted in the notion of technocracy, and the recognition that technological progress is the decisive factor impacting the stability, sustainability and overall growth potentials of national economies, as well as the primary driver of quality of life and the most efficient tool for nations to realize opportunities, neutralize challenges and optimally execute nearly all national strategic priorities at the intersection of population health, access to technology, geopolitical stability, education and economy.
Deep Knowledge Group remains committed to developing and deploying reliably sophisticated and multidimensional Big Data analytics, AI, Machine Learning and Reinforcement-Learning driven technological forecasting and benchmarking of DeepTech industries, pioneering the fundamental tools required for strategic decision making in these unprecedentedly complex and innovation-driven sectors, laying the foundation and basis for defining, thinking about and understanding the 5th Industrial Revolution.
However, more than this, the Group remains just as decisively committed to the practical execution of many of these forecasted developments by establishing the core investment and financial industry infrastructure (platforms, indices, exchanges and financial instruments and derivatives) needed to execute the concept of DeepTech Commoditization and facilitate the transition into the 5th Industrial Revolution. Indeed, fostering and accelerating the emergence of the 5th Industrial Revolution is the definitive and decisive long-term goal of Deep Knowledge Group, and the only ROI it will settle for in its mission to support, develop, deploy and accelerate the advancement and emergence of DeepTech for the good of global society.
Therefore, the choice for Deep Knowledge Group to attend these two events in Davos and Spain in particular is no coincidence, in that they precisely reflect the two sides (government on the one hand, and industry, investment and finance on the other) that need to be bridged in order to effectively and optimally transition into the beginnings of the 5th Industrial Revolution (a term and concept coined by Deep Knowledge Group), which is grounded at its very foundation in the recognition of the development-to-scale and socially-inclusive adoption of advanced technologies (DeepTech) as the key driver of quality of life, national and global economic stability, and geosocial stability. It recognizes health, wealth and knowledge as the most precious asset classes, and their preservation and optimization across citizens and economies as the highest good. And it will require maximum coordination between governments and societies with the primary decision makers of industry, investment and finance in order to emerge in an optimal, maximally accelerated, tangible and socially-inclusive manner.
Deep Knowledge Group’s Dmitry Kaminskiy Presents Keynote Address at Davos Longevity Investment Summit During World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2022
Deep Knowledge Group General Partner Dmitry Kaminskiy, Deep Knowledge Ventures Suisse Managing Partner Stefan Hascoet and Longevity.Capital Managing Partner Ceclia Yu following Kaminskiy’s Keynote Address at the Davos Longevity Investment Summit During the World Economic Forum’s 2022 Annual Meeting
On May 25, 2022, Deep Knowledge Group General Partner Dmitry Kaminskiy delivered a keynote address on the current state and future of the Longevity Industry at the Davos Longevity Investment Summit during the World Economic Forum 2022.
During his keynote address, Kaminskiy presented key findings on major trends and developments shaping the 2022 Longevity Industry and investment landscape, outlining the Group’s work in defining the sector, having coined and popularized the term ‘Longevity Industry’, and the developments which led to the Group’s creation the largest Longevity Industry database in the world (50,000 companies, 12,000 investors, and 1,200 R&D hubs distributed across 20 sectors and 160 subsectors, with over 9.5 million data points assembled into one integrated Longevity Big Data analytical system).
His address also highlighted the Group’s development of sophisticated Longevity Industry and Investment Big Data Analytical Dashboards, which are key components of Deep Knowledge Group’s ongoing activities to support the industry’s continued growth, and its pursuit of a truly ecosystemic approach through its various financial service divisions to establish an integral financial infrastructure to support the commoditization of the Longevity Industry as a new asset class.
Launch of Deep Knowledge Analytics’ Global GovTech Industry 2022 Interactive Report and IT-Platform Announced During the 2022 World Economic Forum: Key Highlights
Deep Knowledge Analytics’ GovTech Division announced this week the launch of its new Global GovTech Industry Overview 2022 interactive analytical report and IT-Platform during the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting at Davos, Switzerland.
The open-access interactive report presents a collection of advanced analytics on the GovTech sector, an overview of next-generation technologies, and case studies that explore GovTech solutions implementations. It has been designed to serve as the go-to digital resource for original insights and analysis on the opportunities, challenges, and trends to watch in the GovTech sector.
Drawing on a wide range of data sources, the report provides an up-to-date overview of the most important developments in this rapidly evolving field. The report's findings are presented in an easy-to-use format, with key information highlighted in an associated AI-powered dashboard. It allows users to quickly identify the most important trends and developments in the GovTech sector.
The open-access report’s associated Global GovTech Analytics Dashboard is a licensed SaaS solution designed for governmental organizations seeking to tap into the DeepTech sector, and for GovTech companies looking for new markets for their products or services and to adjust their business models according to the most recent trends shaping the Global GovTech Industry landscape.
The ‘Global GovTech Platform Q1 2022’ represents a unique digital resource providing the latest analysis and insights into the opportunities, challenges and trends in the GovTech sector. Drawing on a wide range of data sources, the interactive platform provides an up-to-date overview of the most important developments in this rapidly evolving field. The report's findings are presented in an easy-to-use format, with key information highlighted in an AI-powered dashboard. It allows users to quickly identify the most important trends and developments in the GovTech sector.
The GovTech industry is booming worldwide as governments race to accelerate their digital transformation. This report profiles 660+ GovTech companies and 1,370+ investors based on their innovation potential and business activity across the globe. The US continues to lead in the GovTech industry, while the UK and Australia boast the highest numbers of GovTech companies in their respective regions.
Report and Platform Overview
● Interactive data platform provides advanced analytics and insights into GovTech, its implementations and next-generation technologies
● GovTech is a diverse and rapidly growing market with more than $500 billion in capitalisation in 2022, comprising early-stage start-ups, middle-market companies, and publicly traded companies
● Elderly-focused and healthcare companies raised more than $3.3 billion in 2022 so far
● Most GovTech investors are based in North America, especially in the US (68.2% of all analysed investors)
● The second biggest region is Europe, with a share of more than 20%. The UK and Australia boast the highest numbers of GovTech companies in their respective regions
● With more than $500 billion in capitalisation in 2022, the GovTech industry stands as one of the most prospective sectors with regard to further development. GovTech has amassed a plethora of various sub-industries, focused both on improving the quality of life of its direct target groups and on optimising their administrative and bureaucratic processes via hi-tech solutions.
● The number of GovTech companies is on the rise steadily. Over 70% of them are located in North America. The second biggest region is Europe, with a share of more than 20%.
● The most popular rounds for tech start-ups in GovTech companies are Seed, Series A, and Series B.
● COVID-19 has highlighted the need for governments around the world to take technological action to streamline processes and digitalise services sooner than expected. In 2020, 193 states provided 14 out of 20 basic services online, on average – an increase of 40% since 2018. In addition, the GovTech industry has seen an unprecedented increase in demand for cybersecurity solutions.
Launch of Deep Knowledge Philanthropy’s Global Philanthropy Industry, DeepTech for Social Good and Global Impact Investment Analytical Reports and IT-Platforms Announced During the 2022 World Economic Forum: Key Highlights
Deep Knowledge Philanthropy announced this week the launch of three new open-access analytical reports and interactive IT-Platforms on the Global Philanthropy Industry, DeepTech for Social Good Ecosystem and Global Impact Investment Landscape during the World Economic Forum’s 2022 Annual Meeting at Davos, Switzerland.
Deep Knowledge Philanthropy is a data-driven non-profit project by Deep Knowledge Group committed to the support, development and advancement of DeepTech for social good, impact philanthropy and ethical investment, founded on the belief that DeepTech innovation is the most efficient driver of ‘social profit’, technological humanitarianism, and societal development, and that venture philanthropy is the most profitable long-term investment for individuals, national economies, and humanity itself.
Philanthropy and Impact Investing Ecosystem in Developing World Q2 2022 provides a detailed overview of the philanthropy and impact investing industry ecosystem in developing countries. The research contained in its open-access analytical report and associated interactive analytical dashboard focuses on the importance of philanthropy in economically and socially challenging times, its actors, key tendencies and projections, and the role of advanced technologies in solving global social problems. The report discovers the landscape of philanthropy, identifies important emphasis areas and solutions that help to improve people's lives and environmental conditions, touches upon the philanthropy trajectory of developing countries and their potential, and presents overviews and profiles of top players in the space, including progressive startups, impactful nonprofits and investors.
Global Impact Investment Landscape Overview Q2 2022 presents a comprehensive overview of the Global Impact Investing Industry by subsector and the industry as a whole. The report focuses on participants in the industry, the main trends and obstacles, and the development of the industry during the COVID-19 era. Via an open-access report and interactive analytical IT-Platform, the project defines key focus areas and solutions that actively contribute to improving people's lives and the health of the environment, touching upon the philanthropy trajectory of underdeveloped countries and their potential, while also providing a detailed, systematic description of the leading companies, ambitious startups, and impactful investors and charities associated with the Impact Investing Industry.
DeepTech for Social Good Landscape Overview Q2 2022 delivers a full-scope overview of the DeepTech impact growth landscape in underdeveloped countries. The development of new technologies will benefit from this report, which contains a comprehensive overview of the DeepTech applications and solutions aimed at social good. Advanced technologies (Artificial Technologies, Robotics, Advanced Materials, FinTech and others) help to drive the emergence of tech in the social sector and open up new market opportunities. Thus, start-ups play a crucial role in solving complex questions of the modern world. The open-access analytical report and associated interactive IT-Platform has been compiled to provide a detailed, systematic description of the leading companies, ambitious startups, and impactful investors and charities associated with the DeepTech Investment.
Deep Knowledge Group General Partner Presents Keynote Address at the 4-Day Ecosystems 2030 Conference in Spain
Deep Knowledge Group General Partner Dmitry Kaminskiy followed-up his keynote address at the Davos Longevity Investment Summit with a talk the following week on the Future of Human Longevity in Spain at the 4-day Ecosystems 2030 conference on June 2nd, 2022.
Ecosystems 2030 is one of the most sophisticated, invitation-only conferences on the topic of long-term technological forecasting, purposely limited to just 150 high-calibre attendees, consisting of decision makers across government, tech sector executives, investors and financial industry professionals, organized across 4 days to enable tangible, extended networking sessions among its participants.
The conference is hosted with substantial support from the Spanish government, including on its Honorary Committee the King of Spain, His Majesty Filipe VI, and Inés Rey García, the Mayor of A Coruña. The conference was launched as an outgrowth and extension of the book BetweenBrains, which explores the impact of Artificial Intelligence on the future of industry, government, academia and society, authored by Dr. Omar Hatamleh, Head of Technology Integration for ISRU at NASA, responsible for Integrating NASA's technology efforts for planetary In Situ resources to enable future exploration endeavours.
Deep Knowledge Group General Partner Dmitry Kaminskiy and Head of UK and EU Operations Ceclia Yu alongside Dr. Omar Hatamleh (Head of Technology Integration for ISRU at NASA) in attendance at Ecosystems 2030
In addition to Kaminskiy’s address, Ecosystems 2030 also featured talks by a number of other thought-leaders, including Facebook’s Head or VR, The United Arabian Emirates’ Head of Cybersecurity and Head of AI Governance & Policy for the UAE Prime Minister’s Office, the former Prime Minister of Finland, IBM’s Global Chief Data Officer, JP Morgan’s Global Head of Digital Services, Google’s Senior Director of Research Strategy, Imperial College London’s Chief Information Officer and Deloitte's Head of Innovation Labs, among others.
Top executives of Deep Knowledge Group will proceed to participate in leading conferences dedicated to the topics of DeepTech, AI, Longevity and other components of the 5th Industrial Revolution, and you can get access to past and future presentations, and stay tuned to other ongoing developments from Deep Knowledge Group, here: www.dkv.global/corporate-blog