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Deep Knowledge Group December 2022 Newsletter


Welcome to the final 2022 edition of our Deep Knowledge Group (DKG) newsletter.


2022 has been a pivotal year for Deep Knowledge Group, with the launch of a wide array of new projects, events and Big Data Analytical Dashboards, a substantial strengthening of our Data Science assets, and significant progress in our ongoing work to develop the technological, financial and ecosystemic frameworks and instruments to support the accelerated development of DeepTech and Longevity Industrialization and Financial Commoditization, the establishment of an integral financial infrastructure for their further growth and stabilization, and the emergence of DeepTech and Longevity as new asset classes of themselves.



From a substantial expansion of our workforce across analytics, Data Science, finance, media, business development, philanthropy and executive management, a continued strengthening of our UK, Switzerland and Europe branches, and significant expansion of our newer branch in the UAE, 2022 has been a year of unquestionable growth, consolidation, refinement and development, positioning us on excellent terms for the execution of our expanding ambitions and the efficient implementation of our strategic agenda for 2023 and beyond.


Having been committed since 2014 to the corporate thesis of DeepTech for social impact, techno-ethical business for social good, and the continual reinvestment of profits into the expansion of our core Data Science, AI and analytics assets and the refinement of our financial-ecosystemic development projects (which we see as the major tool driving our Group’s further growth as a Data Science driven financial corporation with focus on Longevity and DeepTech), the developments we have seen in 2022 have been both unprecedented and very natural. In some sense, they are results that have been in the making for nearly a decade, and we look forward to sharing the next fruits of these developments in the New Year.



In the meantime, take a brief walk with us and explore key take-aways from our biggest developments of 2022 and the next steps in terms of their integration into DKG’s overall strategic agenda for 2023 and beyond, including:



What’s next? Stay tuned and subscribe for further updates on these and other, related topics of interest in our upcoming newsletters. And in the meantime, as always, DKG remains open to dialogue, partnership proposals and other forms of collaboration and cooperation on the topics of Longevity and DeepTech with like-minded individuals and organizations across finance, investment, technology, science, governance, policy and philanthropy. If you have something that you think might be of interest to us, let us know via our contact form or at info@dkv.global


DeepTech and Longevity Financial Commoditization Projects


Deep Knowledge Group is decisively committed to establishing the core investment and financial industry infrastructure (platforms, indices, exchanges, financial instruments and derivatives) needed to execute the concept of DeepTech and Longevity Financial Commoditization, reflected in 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 DeepTech and Longevity Industries as fundamentally new asset classes.


In 2022 Deep Knowledge Group established DeepTech and Longevity Industry Financial Advisors to act as the practical vehicle for purpose, to support the accelerated development of DeepTech and Longevity Industrialization, the establishment of an integral financial infrastructure for their further growth and stabilisation, in order to expedite the emergence of DeepTech and Longevity as new asset classes in and of themselves.



Longevity and DeepTech Financial Advisors Ltd. is a leading advisory boutique focused on the Longevity and DeepTech industries. Its shareholders and senior managers have built up significant expertise in private and public capital markets, as well as a substantial network of companies operating in the industry. They provide intermediary financial services that are deployed in the form of an interactive online semi-automated IT-platform designed for end-users of investment products and services. They serve as the WealthTech/InvestTech financial marketplace for professional investors, family offices, and institutional investors and provide industry-specific analytical systems to enable the significant optimisation of dealflow, stock selection, and execution capabilities for investors.



The ongoing and upcoming activities of DeepTech and Longevity Financial Advisors serve as a central pillar of DKG’s strategic agenda for 2023-2025.



Substantial Enhancement of DKG AI and Data Science Department


Deep Knowledge Group remains committed as always to developing and deploying reliably sophisticated and multidimensional Big Data analytics, AI, Machine Learning and Reinforcement-Learning driven technological forecasting and benchmarking of DeepTech, Longevity and related technology-for-high-social-impact 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 and understanding the coming DeepTech Revolution.


Uniquely, we consider ourselves among a small vanguard of organizations whose mission and vision is truly defined by its Data Science and technological forecasting experts, rather than the other way around. We do not simply use data analytics to support our goals; we use it to define and drive them. In a sense, you can consider that DKG's Board of Directors reports to its data, analytics and science/technology forecasting specialists, and not the other way around.



Internally stylizing itself as the 'DeepMind of DeepTech', the Group considers its Data Science Assets as its most valuable resource, and this year has seen a large number of its long-term projects come to fruition within this domain. 2022 saw the implementation of a number of key enhancements and expansions to the Group’s internal AI and Data Science division, including:

  • The launch of numerous Big Data Analytical Dashboards across DeepTech, GovTech, Longevity and InvestTech, which marks a period of substantial maturation in DKG’s Data Science assets, with the release of multiple projects almost a decade in development

  • Hiring several dozens of new members into its Data Science Team, including mathematicians, data science specialists, physicists and quant finance specialists and economists

  • Further enhancement of the DKG General Data Science Department structure, including the establishment of several new more narrowly-focused sub-divisions working on more advanced solutions to the department’s existing scope of projects

  • Launch of a new, freemium Demo Dashboard showcasing the most interesting and advanced features of the full DKG Big Data Analytics Ecosystem of Dashboards



Strategic Prioritisation of DKG’s DeepTech for Social Good and Techno-Philanthropy Division


2022 saw a significant strengthening of DKG’s DeepTech for Social Good and Techno-Philanthropy divisions.


These included the launch of numerous open-access reports, IT-Platforms and other projects by Deep Knowledge Philanthropy, founded in 2021 with the mandate of using DeepTech to deliver 10x-50x the social impact on humanity than the philanthropy ecosystem average, and the commitment to use the latest proprietary DeepTech innovations to further progress in the socially-inclusive development of DeepTech itself and the delivery of technologies' foremost humanitarian impacts in an accelerated, smarter, and more efficient manner - a concept and new paradigm for the global philanthropic ecosystem that we call Techno-Philanthropy.


2022 also witnessed the official launch of the decentralized end-to-end philanthropy analytics, collaboration and technology-development platform Philanthropy.International, developed with the support of Deep Knowledge Group and driven by analytics provided by Deep Knowledge Group’s dedicated AI and Data Science Division. The platform was built as a solution for organisations seeking the most sophisticated tools for comprehensive intelligence, precise mapping of regional challenges, smart matching of donors and volunteers to NGOs and nonprofits, and monitoring impact trends of NGOs in the charity sector. Interested organisations seeking to join are encouraged to write to info@philanthropy.international



We also saw the establishment of ATLAS (Assistive Technology, Longevity and Ageing Society) at a launch event in the UK House of Lords this year. ATLAS seeks to help inform and guide the public and private sectors to embrace the UK’s growing AssistiveTech, Longevity and AgeTech industries and to operate with a level of awareness that no longer excludes the senior community and those living with disabilities. Stemming from the notion that technology is a major enabler of social inclusion, the initiative aims to leverage partnerships through convening tech founders, venture philanthropists, and impact investors to deliver a future of technology for all.



Keep an eye out next year for ATLAS’ Technological Responsibility Index, which will seek to rank and benchmark, via neutral, data-driven metrics, the overall levels of support provided by UK tech companies of the further development of the nation’s AssistiveTech and AgeTech Ecosystems, as well as their own levels of corporate and infrastructural inclusivity and accessibility.


In 2022 DKG also launched a new social enterprise, 5th Industrial Revolution Institute, built with the express purpose of carrying forward DKG’s long-standing vision and mission to ensuring that all necessary technological and infrastructural 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.


The institute will conduct sophisticated long-term technology forecasting and help ensure stable 5-IR technology development via AI-driven SWOT analyses to identify and neutralise risk factors. The institute will embody and carry forward DKG’s characteristically ecosystemic approach, utilising the integral fusion of sophisticated analytics with investment, internal entrepreneurship and financial industry activities to stabilise, optimise and accelerate DeepTech and Longevity industry, technology and infrastructure development, and safeguard the foundational basis for the 5th Industrial Revolution. Keep a keen eye out for news, practical developments and the first fruits of this highly strategic project in 2023.



2022 Events Summary: 10+ Major Events on Longevity, DeepTech, InvestTech, Finance and GovTech Across UK, Switzerland and Europe


Deep Knowledge Group hosted and attended more than 10 major strategic events across the UK, Switzerland and Europe on Longevity, DeepTech, InvestTech and GovTech topics throughout 2022, covering tens of thousands of total attendees.


These included, among others:

  • DKG General Partner Dmitry Kaminskiy’s keynote presentation at the Longevity Investment Forum at Davos during the 2022 World Economic Summit

  • GovTech 2022, where DeepTech and Longevity Industry Financial Advisors Head of Strategic Partnerships Dominic Jennings unveiled 5 new GovTech, DeepTech and Longevity Big Data Analytical Dashboards among leading GovTech companies and top UK government officials from UK Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation

  • ABES 2022 hosted by the Arab-British Chamber of Commerce, where Deep Knowledge Group Head of Investor Relations Talgat Takiyev unveiled several of DKG’s past and upcoming strategic initiatives in the Gulf region.

  • AssistiveTech in the UK project launch in UK Parliament, which also served as the launch event for the new DKG-supported social enterprise ATLAS (Assistive Technology, Longevity and Ageing Society)

  • Two key Longevity Financial Club invitation-only events for investment and financial industry professionals at the prestigious Oxford and Cambridge Club and London’s landmark Shard building, which focused on the financial commoditization of Longevity Industrialisation, novel Longevity financial products and derivatives, Health as the New Wealth, and Longevity as a New Asset Class.

  • DKG’s invitation-only Annual Longevity Christmas Reception in the UK House of Lords, where key milestones of the year and major plans for 2023 were presented.



Expansion of UAE Branch as Central Pillar of DKG’s 2023-2024 Strategic Agenda


From November 18-25 2022 DKG embarked on a strategic trip to the United Arab Emirates, undertaken by DKG General Partner Dmitry Kaminskiy, Head of the Group’s UAE branch Baha Hamadi, and Head of Deep Knowledge Ventures Suisse Stefan Hascoet, as part of an ongoing expansion of its Gulf region branches and its ongoing mandate to deepen, strengthen and intensify its DeepTech-focused activities in the GCC, and for the purpose of convening several high-level meetings between DKG top executives and high-calibre policy and decision makers.


DKG General Partner Dmitry Kaminskiy with Dr Omar Najim, Executive Office Affairs Director at Department of Health Abu Dhabi


During the trip we were honoured to meet Dr Omar Najim, Executive Office Affairs Director at Department of Health Abu Dhabi and his esteemed team. Our discussions with high-calibre policy and decision makers such as the Department of Health underscored the impact of data analytics on healthy longevity, the economy and the global standing of cities such as Abu Dhabi, as well as on the bottom line of relevant businesses and investors that will operate there.


Some notable outcomes of the trip was the official launch of DKG’s Gulf Region Big Data Analytics System and Dashboard, a first-of-its-kind AI-driven analytical tool to profile, map and generate insights on the entire digital ecosystem across GCC countries, provides automated tools for intelligent data-driven DeepTech decision making for investors, corporations, and governments, and the launch of our latest joint report with Sharjah Research Technology and Innovation Park (established in 2016 by royal decree of His Excellency Sheikh Sultan Bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Ruler of Sharjah) as part of our ongoing partnership with the UAE-based R&D hub.


Deep Knowledge Group remains committed to its operations in the UAE and the wider MENA region. The company continues to develop and deploy reliably sophisticated and multidimensional Big Data analytics and AI driven technological forecasting and benchmarking systems. These tech platforms cater to DeepTech, Longevity and related industries, pioneering the fundamental tools required for strategic decision making in these unprecedentedly complex and innovation-driven sectors. The efforts of Deep Knowledge Group aim to lay the foundation for the upcoming DeepTech Revolution.



What’s Next? Outlook for 2023 and Beyond


Deep Knowledge Group remains committed as always to developing and deploying reliably sophisticated and multidimensional Big Data analytics and AI driven technological forecasting and benchmarking of DeepTech, Longevity and related 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 coming DeepTech 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, financial instruments and derivatives) needed to execute the concept of DeepTech and Longevity Financial Commoditization.


What’s next? Stay tuned and subscribe for further updates on these and other, related topics of interest in our upcoming newsletters. And in the meantime, as always, DKG remains open to dialogue, partnership proposals and other forms of collaboration and cooperation on the topics of Longevity and DeepTech with like-minded individuals and organizations across finance, investment, technology, science, governance, policy and philanthropy.

If you have something that you think might be of interest to us, let us know via our contact form or at info@dkv.global


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Julia Ivanytskaya
Julia Ivanytskaya
28 de dez. de 2022

So fruitful year 2022! @Deep Knowledge Group May 2023 be even more productive!

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