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Presentation given at the UN Crisis Information Management Group (CiMAG)

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  • 1. CiM ~ Tools & Thinking Sanjana Hattotuwa TED Fellow | ICT4Peace Foundation
  • 2. new demographics social witnessing
  • 3. new cartographies crowdsourcing and crisis mapping
  • 4. grassroots mapping | new cartographieshttp://publiclaboratory.org/sites/default/files/4445981062_73945db207_b_2.jpg
  • 5. http://grassrootsmapping.org
  • 6. grassroots mapping | new cartographieshttp://grassrootsmapping.org/gulf-oil-spill
  • 7. map kibera community mappinghttp://mapkibera.org
  • 8. seeingdata visualisation
  • 9. Infogram: data driven narrativeshttp://infogr.am/beta
  • 10. Easel.ly: data driven narrativeshttp://www.easel.ly
  • 11. timeline: temporal narrativeshttp://timeline.verite.co
  • 12. timetoast: temporal narrativeshttp://www.timetoast.com
  • 13. wordle.net: word cloudshttp://groundviews.org/2011/05/11/from-draft-to-official-text-wikileaks-reveals-the-us-response-to-the-end-of-war-in-sri-lanka/
  • 14. bundling social media, adding value through curationhttp://www.bundlr.com | http://www.storify.com
  • 15. infoviz & zui’s plotting, panning, zooming
  • 16. photosynth: many eyes, context provisioninghttp://photosynth.net/view.aspx?cid=f3a648b8-7a4c-4bc4-8396-5746d86225b6
  • 17. prezi: scale and contexthttp://prezi.com/4cghil5ghukn/iccm-day-1/
  • 18. prezi: scale and contexthttp://prezi.com/4cghil5ghukn/iccm-day-1/
  • 19. silverlight: scale and contexthttp://memorabilia.hardrock.com
  • 20. sensingcrowdsourcing and web agents
  • 21. Detecting Emergent Conflicts through Web Mining and Visualizationhttp://irevolution.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/detecting-emergent-conflicts-through-web-mining-and-visualization.pdf
  • 22. sourcing mobile apps
  • 23. The App Builder: Apps as servicehttp://www.theappbuilder.com/index.aspx
  • 24. sourcing web apps
  • 25. recorded future: web data mining for analysishttps://www.recordedfuture.com
  • 26. swift river: real time web data mininghttp://ushahidi.com/products/swiftriver-platform
  • 27. verifyingdistributed intelligence
  • 28. LRA crisis trackerhttp://lracrisistracker.theresolve.org
  • 29. LRA crisis tracker | Verificationhttp://lracrisistracker.theresolve.org/sites/default/files/Map-Methodology-and-Database%20Codebook%20v1.0.pdf
  • 30. JPquake Site: crowdsourcing media reportshttp://www.jpquake.info
  • 31. Massive data analyticshttp://tomnod.com
  • 32. Christchurch: damage assessmenthttp://tomnod.com/geocan/
  • 33. challengesradical transparency vs. privacy
  • 34. Blurring private, sovereign and public@BeijingAir | https://twitter.com/#!/BeijingAir
  • 35. Watch Dogs: Surveillance vs. public goodhttp://watchdogs.ubi.com/watchdogsgame/en-US/home
  • 36. challengesretention, revival and access
  • 37. timescale: natural disastersocial media growth Tweets per minute 100 50 35 30 20 15 10 10 1st week 2nd week 3rd week 4th week 5th week 6th week
  • 38. timescale: CPE / political crisissocial media growth Tweets per month (100’s)100 50 45 30 30 25 15 15 10 10 Jan Feb March April May June July Aug
  • 39. timescale: revolution / social upheavalsocial media growth Tweets per month (100’s)100 100 50 55 50 40 35 15 10 10 Jan Feb March April May June July Aug
  • 40. timescales: social media tracking differs depending on nature of contemporary events Natural disaster CPE Revolution 2.0100 100 100 100 50 45 50 50 55 50 40 35 30 25 30 30 35 10 15 20 10 15 15 10 15 10 10 101st week 4th week Jan March May July Jan March May July
  • 41. timescales: of long-term recoverydisaster +180 days Production of tweets (100’s) Requests for info e.g. dengue outbreak in IDP camp100 40 35 30 25 25 20 20 15 10 Jan Feb March April May June July Aug
  • 42. timescales: of justice crisis / revolution +5 - 10 years or more In-country tweets (100’s) ICC/International media tweets (100’s) e.g. war crimes tribunal 70 65 60 55 50 4540 40 40 35 35 35 30 25 1510Jan Feb March April May June July Aug
  • 43. frankensteins of social media keeping expired information alive, and bringing history to present 100 50 35 10 30 20 Capture 10 15 Curation 1st week 5th week Archival / Retention100 Sunset? / Expiry? 10 25 45 30 50 30 Sharing 10 15 15 Standards and platforms Jan April July Maintenance100 Data governance 100 35 50 55 50 40 Access 10 10 15 Use cases (do no harm? / fair?) Jan March May July
  • 44. the new revolutionshttp://revolution2book.com "I dont personally trust any tool," he said. "I trust the people behind the tool." And that remains the most important lesson of Revolution 2.0. Technology is just an enabler. It is what people decide to do with it that matters most. Wael Ghonim
  • 45. thank yousanjanahattotuwa@ict4peace.org