• Save
ODI Overview 2013-04-09
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Like this? Share it with your network

Share

ODI Overview 2013-04-09

  • 438 views
Uploaded on

Brief update of the ODI and its progress

Brief update of the ODI and its progress

More in: Education , Technology
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
    Be the first to like this
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
438
On Slideshare
432
From Embeds
6
Number of Embeds
1

Actions

Shares
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
0

Embeds 6

https://twitter.com 6

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. Dozens of countries, hundreds of regions and cities are open data data.gov – data.gov.uk – datameti.go.jp – data.gouv.fr – data.gov.pl (cc) The Open Data Institute
  • 2. Examples of open data success? The Web → Google / Wikipedia / … your website (cc) The Open Data Institute
  • 3. (cc) The Open Data Institute
  • 4. What is open data? Create new uses, new markets,build credibility and value into data flows (cc) The Open Data Institute
  • 5. What is open data? Greater utility Better quality Cheaper (cc) The Open Data Institute
  • 6. Ex amhttp://prescribinganalytics.com/ pl e → £200m+ saving potential → Convened domain-experts + health + data analytics + communications → Analysed 35m data records (all the data + clinical facts) → 8-week turnaround → Trackable interventions → Repeatable → Could scale to £1.5bn (cc) The Open Data Institute
  • 7. ODI leadership team 15+ years startup experience Gavin Starks CEO 20+ years science, web, media, and dataSir Tim Berners-Lee President Jeni Tennison World-leader in open data and linked data Technical Director W3C, legislation.gov.uk and data.gov.uk architectProf. Nigel Shadbolt Stuart Coleman 15+ years in technology sector Chairman Commercial Director Formerly HP, CA, and AMEE (cc) The Open Data Institute
  • 8. data as cultureThe Obelisk (2012), Fabio Lattanzi Antinori. ODI offices in Tech City, London, UK (cc) The Open Data Institute
  • 9. Our mission catalyse the evolution of open data cultureto create economic, environmental, and social value (cc) The Open Data Institute
  • 10. Catalysing open data culture Unlock Unlock Communicate supply demand value → Standards → Innovation → Inspiring stories → Research → Mentoring → Structured evidence → Training → Funding → Training Standards, training, research, community ● Short training courses ● Issue-focussed events ● Post-graduate certificate ● Domain expertise ● Open assets + MOOC ● Professional services “Information causes change” (cc) The Open Data Institute
  • 11. Big data? Open Meaningful insightLots of small data? Lots of small data? Data Lots of small data? Lots of small data? Lots of small data? Lots of small data? Lots of small data? Lots of small data? Lots of small data?Lots of small data? Lots of small data? (cc) The Open Data Institute
  • 12. Highlights of ODI growth £10m UK public-sector funding k £500 philanthropic funding from Omidyar Network £850k Technology Strategy Board innovation fund £750k Data Strategy Board immersion programme 2-year programme with World Bank “To train world’s political and national leaders” (cc) The Open Data InstituteNB: ODI began operating on 1st October 2012