26 September 1958
Ilkka Tuomi (born 26 September 1958), a native of Finland, is noted for writings on the subject of the Internet.
Ilkka Tuomi has written books, including
Networks of Innovation: Change and Meaning in the Age of the Internet which develops theory of [1 ] open innovation based on analysis of Internet-related innovations and open source, and Corporate Knowledge: Theory and Practice of Intelligent Organizations, which develops theory of [2 ] knowledge management.
Tuomi has written several articles in
, an important First Monday peer reviewed journal on the Internet. The most famous of Tuomi's articles is probably The Lives and Death of Moore's Law , in which Tuomi states that Moore's law is an expression of technological determinism, used sloppily, and to a large extent not properly founded in empirical studies. This article has an associated response from Ray Kurzweil at: Exponential Growth:-An Illusion (Response to Ilkka Tuomi)
Ilkka Tuomi was a staff member of the
Institute for Prospective Technological Studies. He has also been a Principal Scientist at the Nokia Research Center. He is Chief Scientist at Oy Meaning Processing Ltd., an independent research institute located in Finland.
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Ilkka Tuomi key papers at First Monday:
The Lives and Death of Moore's Law, , volume 7, number 11 (November 2002) First Monday Ilkka Tuomi,
Internet, Innovation, and Open Source: Actors in the Network, , volume 6, number 1 (January 2001) First Monday Ilkka Tuomi,
Evolution of the Linux Credits File: Methodological Challenges and Reference Data for Open Source Research, , volume 9, number 6 (June 2004) First Monday Ilkka Tuomi,
Economic Productivity in the Knowledge Society: A Critical Review of Productivity Theory and the Impacts of ICT, , volume 9, number 7 (July 2004) First Monday
^ Tuomi, Ilkka (2002). . Oxford University Press. Networks of Innovation ISBN 978-0-19-925698-3.
^ Tuomi, Ilkka (1999). . Metaxis. Corporate Knowledge: Theory and Practice of Intelligent Organizations ISBN 951-98280-0-1.
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