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NOMAD Project on Policy Formulation and Validation through non-moderated Crowdsourcing

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NOMAD strives for a society where politicians and organizations could test, detect and understand how citizens perceive their own political agendas, and also stimulate the emergence of discussions and ...

NOMAD strives for a society where politicians and organizations could test, detect and understand how citizens perceive their own political agendas, and also stimulate the emergence of discussions and contributions on the informal web (forums, social networks, blogs, newsgroups, wikis), so as to gather useful feedback for immediate re-action.

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    NOMAD Project on Policy Formulation and Validation through non-moderated Crowdsourcing NOMAD Project on Policy Formulation and Validation through non-moderated Crowdsourcing Presentation Transcript

    • FP7 – ICT-2011.5.6ICT solutions for Governance and Policy Modelling Policy Formulation and Validation through non moderated crowdsourcing NOMAD Vision and Goals NOMAD Kick-off meeting 15-16 February 2012, Athens
    • ConsortiumStart Date : 1/1/2012Duration : 30 monthsProject Coordinator: University of the Aegean (Greece)Project Partners: Google (Ireland) Athens Technology Center - ATC (Greece) CRITICAL PUBLICS (United Kingdom) QWENTES KANTOR (Belgium) Austrian Parliamentary Administration (Austria) Hellenic Parliament (Greece) NATIONAL CENTER FOR SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH “DEMOKRITOS” (Greece) FRAUNHOFER INSTITUTE FOR COMPUTER GRAPHICS RESEARCH(Germany) 2
    • NOMAD Vision To provide decision-makers with fully automated solutions for content search, selection, acquisition, categorisation and visualisation that work in a collaborative form in the policy- making arena.3
    • The NOMAD at a glance4
    • The NOMAD Apporach Enable the policy-makers to: LISTEN and monitor what people say ANALYSE conversations and get the main stakeholders opinions RECEIVE all responses and data properly displayed for an effective use ACT on this informations5
    • Objectives • Specify the NOMAD Conceptual Framework for policy makingObj.1 • Methodology and technical characteristics of DRA for policy-making • Introduce Information Visualization and Visual Analytics to the policyObj.2 modeling context • Adapt existing and design new innovative techniques applicable to policy modelling • Design and Implement the NOMAD Technical Platform and the related modulesObj.3 • Architectural design (based on SOA) • Implementation and integration of components • Enable a more Socially-Rooted, Citizen-Centric Policy Making • Translation of citizens‟ needs into new policy initiatives and improvement of monitoring policy-deliveryObj.4 • Enhancement of citizens’ active participation in the decision-making process • Creation of feedback loop between Web information and the definition of political agendas6
    • Objectives • Provide Decision Support to Policy MakersObj.5 • Display qualitative aggregated results • Receive and analyse citizens’ responses to policy proposals before formulation • Pilot in Real Life Conditions and Assess the Added Value in the Policy Making ProcessObj.6 • Creation of pilot scenarios and adoption of tools to support them • Definition of Pilot Evaluation Methodology to assess the NOMAD added value • Engagement of policy makers • Disseminate and Exploit the Project Results • Scientific publicationsObj.7 • Web 2.0 channels • Join communities (eParticipation, policy making, Web 2.0 technologies, etc.) • Exploitation activities7
    • Implementation Strategy8
    • Work Package Structure9
    • Main NOMAD technical components Data Acquisition Module (NOMAD crawler) Policy argumentation data model Argument Extraction Module Opinion mining and sentiment analysis module Argument summarisation module Information visualization module10
    • Use cases - pilots Identification of significant policy issues Specification of 3 pilot scenarios Pilot users HEP : Legislative procedures AUP : Climate change “Care for Climate in the Context of a Holistic Climate Change Abatement Policy” European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI): policies concerning the immunotherapy for combating allergy 11