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  • Managing Transbounda
  • Biosurveillance2.0 ranck digihealth feb 25

    1. 1. Biosurveillance 2.0: Big Data, Social Networks, Citizen Science and Collaboration for Public Health Jody Ranck, DrPH Sr. Digital Health Advisor, PwC February 25, 2013
    2. 2. Crowdsourcing: Ushahidi
    3. 3. Google Flu Trends Flubreaks
    4. 4. Dengue: Pakistan
    5. 5. Tracking Platforms proliferating
    6. 6. Mappy Health
    7. 7. Citizen Science
    8. 8. Citizen Science/Bio Art
    9. 9. Mobile: Game dynamics, data,crowdsourcing, engagement
    10. 10. Heat Maps: Twitter Sentiment Analysis using Machine Learning
    11. 11. InSTEDD
    12. 12. Big Data/Social Business
    13. 13. Data Journalism: Platforms
    14. 14. Data Journalism
    15. 15. Data Challenges
    16. 16. Open Source Data Analytics
    17. 17. BigML (predictive analytics)
    18. 18. UN Global Pulse:
    19. 19. Fukushima: Citizen science turning point
    20. 20. Fukushima: implications• Maps triggered engagement, created networks• Changed information landscape• Co-production of expertise—no more one-way streets• Online maps act like web applications— participatory culture of science and tech• Data bricolage, remix—messiness and debates
    21. 21. Future• How to scale and coordinate data for public good• Algorithms and improving accuracy, timeliness• PPP model: Global Data Alliance• New data markets and possibilities for new products/services derived from a data commons• New publics and new politics of data and health
    22. 22. Organizational Challenges• Managing Transboundary Crises (Ansell et al) & system of systems• Data triaging, management, integration, governance• Beyond traditional resource capacity to more dynamic, combinatorial, flexible ways of organizing• Resilient systems, trust, bottom-up—beyond command and control epidemiology

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