Democracy and Data by Anthony Zacharzewski

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The data of democracy and what we can learn from thirty thousand Poles standing in a field.

Anthony Zacharzewski, founder of the Democratic Society, talks about the interface between open data and democratic decision-making, and what we can learn from thirty thousand Poles standing in a field.

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Democracy and Data by Anthony Zacharzewski

  1. 1. Democracy & DataTHE DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY // @demsoc // Power in the network
  2. 2. One of the lesser known democratic festivals
  3. 3. 30,000 Poles standing in a field
  4. 4. A truer reflection of democracy than this ?
  5. 5. Five interactions between data and democracy
  6. 6. Jan Sobieski is6’1” tall1. Information
  7. 7. Jan Sobieski spoke in theSenate in favour of attackingthe Turks2. Relevant information
  8. 8. The generals say we cannot securethe border unless we recaptureKamieniec Podolski from the Turks3. Context
  9. 9. I think they are going tovote for Jan Sobieski4. Listening in
  10. 10. 5. Connecting conversations
  11. 11. Biggest achievements: open data
  12. 12. You know when it’s done
  13. 13. There’s not (usually) much political consequence
  14. 14. You don’t need to change your behaviour
  15. 15. Context: “why” not “what”
  16. 16. Donation mapping
  17. 17. Law mapping
  18. 18. How you are represented
  19. 19. Not short of platforms...
  20. 20. ...easily colonised by unrepresentative voices
  21. 21. Need networks
  22. 22. Actively open
  23. 23. but save the human
  24. 24. Presentation by Anthony Zacharzewskifor the Democratic Society. May 2013@demsoc | ajz10@demsoc.org | http://www.demsoc.org

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