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Deep Knowledge Group November 2022 Newsletter


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


Our last newsletter provided a summary of some of our most important finance and infrastructure-focused highlights and developments of 2022, and our ongoing work to develop the legal, financial and ecosystemic frameworks and instruments to support the accelerated development of DeepTech and Longevity Industrialization, 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 (with even more to come in the next several months).


In this month’s newsletter, we’d like to showcase some of the recent developments to have occurred in just the past month in terms of putting that decisive, foundational vision into practice, including:

  • The unveiling of 5 Big Data Analytical Dashboards spanning DeepTech, Longevity, GovTech and InvestTech

  • Multiple new project announcements at a variety of high-calibre conferences attended by top government officials and industry leaders (including GovTech 2022 and ABES 2022 hosted by the Arab-British Chamber of Commerce)

  • The first public demonstration of our AI-driven InvestTech Platform

  • Development of a specialised interactive software solution to multidimensionally visualise of the full scope of DKG’s projects and overall strategic agenda

  • Departmental enhancements and expansions in DKG’s AI and Data Science Division

  • Expansion of our UAE branch

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


In the meantime, take a brief walk with us and explore key take-aways from these activities and next steps in terms of their integration into DKG’s overall strategic agenda for 2023.


InvestTech Platform First Public Demonstration at Rise London by Barclays


The InvestTech Platform is an AI-powered next-generation investment management technology designed to streamline fundraising and investment processes in private equity markets through innovative analytical and matching tools, providing investors with access to private equity fundraising deals leveraging the full set of tools required to make investments, and enabling startups to boost their networks of existing investors, focus on their growth goals, and receive comprehensive support throughout the fundraising process.


Platform features include:

  • A clear and transparent investment process

  • Mitigation of compliance risks

  • Investing on a deal-by-deal basis

  • Enhanced risk management

  • In-depth performance analysis

  • Alignment with the initial investment vision

  • Tailored to the needs of investors

  • Suitable for family offices and angel syndicates

During the launch event DKG Head of Investor Relations Talgat Takiyev delivered a comprehensive overview and first-ever public demonstration of the platform. He was joined by DKG Head of Strategic Partnerships Dominic Jennings, who gave a talk on Advanced InvestTech SolutionsDeepTech Ecosystem Big Data Analytical Dashboard, as well as DKG Strategic Director Roxy Iqbal, who delivered a presentation on the Group’s flagship Longevity Banking and FinTech portfolio company, Longevity Card.


New Resources and Enhancements on DKG Website


DKG recently unveiled an expansion of several key areas and resources on its website, streamlining its navigational menu to make it easier for interested parties to find specialised topics and projects, and to navigate to specific informational resources on recent news and developments.

The largest of these changes is the unveiling of our new interactive DKG MindMap, a specialised interactive software solution to multidimensionally visualise of the full scope of DKG’s projects. By using this mindmap, site visitors to navigate between our various projects with greater ease and interactivity, to capture at a glance the interconnections and intersections between our consortium’s various activities across its various domains (scientific research to investment, entrepreneurship, analytics, consulting, media, philanthropy) and sectors (AI, Longevity, BioTech, FinTech, GovTech, SpaceTech, FemTech, Data Science, InvestTech) of interest, and ultimately to distil in an easily digestible yet deep-divable and interactive visual format DKG’s overall strategic agenda for 2022 - 2025.


5 DeepTech and GovTech Big Data Analytical Dashboards Launched at Landmark GovTech 2022 Conference in London, UK


On October 13th, 2022, DKG unveiled five GovTech and DeepTech Big Data Analytics Dashboards at the landmark GovTech Global 2022 conference alongside top government officials and industry leaders, including the world’s first and most comprehensive AI-driven Global GovTech Big Data Analytics System, as well as Deep Knowledge Analytics’ UK Digital Ecosystem Dashboard, GovTech in UK Dashboard, and Aging Analytics Agency’s Global Longevity Governance Dashboard and Longevity Governance in the UK Dashboard.

DKG’s unveiling of these projects was the subject of a number of media mentions and other coverage in the days following the conference, including London Stock Exchange News, Hong Kong Stock Exchange News, Economic Policy Times and Europe Finance Weekly.

The conference also featured sessions and panel discussions with top government officials and GovTech industry leaders, including (among others):

  • The Rt Hon Jacob Rees-Mogg MP, UK Secretary of State for the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy

  • Edwina Dunn, OBE, Chair of the UK Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation

  • Alexandra Luck, Joint Policy Lead for the UK National Digital Twin Programme in the UK Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy

  • Kurt Roosen, Head of Innovation for Digital Isle of Man

  • Mark Enzer OBE, Vice-Chair of the Strategic Board for the Digital Twin Hub

  • Imran Shafi OB, Director of Digital Infrastructure for the UK Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

Deep Knowledge Group Participates in 2nd Arab British Economic Summit 2022 Hosted by the Arab-British Chamber of Commerce

On November 3, 2022, DKG Head of Investor Relations Talgat Takiyev presented key findings and new project announcements on November 2, 2022 at the landmark 2nd annual Arab British Economic Summit (ABES 2022), a high-level conference hosted by the Arab-British Chamber of Commerce bringing together government officials, senior executives, thought leaders, and decision-makers from the UK and the Arab World to discuss trade and investment opportunities across healthcare, education, financial services, hospitality, real estate, transport, and other key sectors.


DKG’s announcement at the conference that it would be unveiling its Gulf Region Big Data Analytics System and Dashboard later this month garnered a number of media mentions and other coverage in the days following the conference, including NASDAQ News Today, The Associated Press, Shanghai Stock Exchange News, UAE Business Daily, and G20 News Today.

The conference featured presentations, talks and panel discussions by a large number of top UK and GCC government officials and leaders of industry, including (among others):

  • His Excellency Sameer Abdulla Nass, President at Union of Arab Chambers

  • The Rt Hon Baroness Symons of Vernham Dean, former UK Minister for the Middle East and the Prime Minister’s envoy to the Gulf

  • His Excellency Mr. Zayed R. Alzayani, Minister of Industry and Commerce at Kingdom of Bahrain

  • Simon Penney, Her Majesty’s Trade Commissioner (HMTC) for the Middle East

  • The Rt Hon Charles Clarke, Former UK Secretary of State for Education

  • His Excellency Dr. Khaled Hanafy, Secretary General at Union of Arab Chambers

  • The Rt Hon Charles Clarke, Former UK Secretary of State for Education

Departmental Enhancements, Expansions and New Hires in DKG’s Dedicated AI and Data Science Division


Deep Knowledge Group considers itself 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. This past month alone saw the implementation of a number of key enhancements and expansions to the Group’s internal AI and Data Science division, including:

  • 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

  • Several key enhancements to the Group’s existing Big Data Analytical Dashboards, including:

    • Public companies heatmap

    • DeepTech patents

    • Hedging and option analysis tool

    • Automated index builder

  • Launch of the European Digital Ecosystem Dashboard

  • Launch of the Gulf Region Digital Ecosystem Dashboard

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

Keep an eye out for more news on the launch of other Data Science enhancements and projects in the coming months, and stay tuned to next month’s DKG Newsletter to learn more about the wide variety of enhancements, updates and new releases that we have slated in the realm of AI and Data Science-driven Big Data Analytical Systems on Longevity and DeepTech Industries.


Expansion of UAE Branch


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.


A particularly notable outcome 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.


The trip also featured the launch of Deep Knowledge Analytics’ latest report, AgriTech in the UAE Industry Landscape Q3 2022, co-published with Sharjah Research Technology and Innovation Park (SRTIP) as part of the company’s ongoing partnership with the UAE-based R&D hub.

Left: Deep Knowledge Group General Partner Dmitry Kaminskiy with Hussain Al Mahmoudi, Chief Executive Officer of Sharjah Research Technology & Innovation Park.

Right: AgriTech in the UAE Industry Ecosystem Q3 2022.


Established in 2016 by royal decree of H.H. Sheikh Sultan Bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Ruler of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, Sharjah Research, Technology, and Innovation Park (SRTIP) aims to develop and manage an innovation ecosystem that promotes Research and Development and supports enterprise activities and the triple helix collaboration of industry, government, and academia. Some of the previous milestones achieved as part of Deep Knowledge Analytics partnership with SRTIP, established just one year ago in November 2021, include the launch of the world’s largest ‘healthy ageing’ database, a conference co-hosted with the UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention and the Department of Health in Abu Dhabi, a ‘Wealth is the New Wealth’ Tech Talk with SRTIP, and a jointly published Life Science Industry in the UAE Landscape Overview that DKG launched last year in collaboration with SRTIP.


What’s Next?


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. 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 and Longevity industry development, is the foundation and basis for DKG’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. 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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