A free and open source software platform

Humans are known to have amazing cognitive capabilities - but there are hardly any digital tools that focus on supporting these.

While "artifical intelligence" (AI) is taking off we focus and combine our strengths to develop a collaborative knowledge management platform which can facilitate human intelligence.

DMX is free and open source software. Visit git.dmx.systems to explore the code. If you want to contribute please contact us.

Who needs DMX - The Context Machine?

Quite likely you, your team, your organisation. Many of us face some kind of knowledge intensive work: as researcher, journalist, analyst, software developer, scientist, ... actually anyone dealing with networked information from various sources.

We, the DMX Team develop software - the kind of software you deserved for such a long time. All applications we build are based on the DMX Platform - ready for next generation web projects. If you feel you are getting lost in data, please contact us.

Why not try yourself? Just check out our Live Demo or  download the ZIP-file and start modeling today.

Explore DMX client projects

 

Aalto Game Changers

A timeline project of the collective legacy of Aalto University and its three predecessors on Finnish society -

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Kiezatlas

A geographical content management system to manage public and private social and cultural facilities in Berlin -

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Creating content-rich applications

Combining the power of the Context Machine with modern web technologies leads to amazing websites like the award-winning Migration Control. TAZ journalists researched public data on money flows from the EU to African countries over several years. They uncovered that the money -  camouflaged as development aid - was used to stop migration from Africa to Europe.

TAZ Migration Control

Screenshots of the application TAZ Migration Control

The user-interface the TAZ team used to collect the data is a simple Google spreadsheet. From here data is imported to DMX where all the semantic associations are set. What was at first a confusing amount of data only making sense to a few experts become accessible to a larger audience. Read more about this DMX project ...