Data gov and data(reg)

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Data gov and data(reg)

  1. 1. DataGov and Data(Reg): dati.piemonte.it the local dimension of Open Data Lorenzo Benussi,TOP-IX Consotium lorezno.benussi@top-ix.org Sharing Data and Statistical Knowledge Camp Università la Sapienza - Rome, 20/10/2010 1
  2. 2. “Openness will strengthen our democracy and promote efficiency and effectiveness in Government” Transparency and Open Government Memorandum for the Heads of Executive Departments and Agencies (2009) "... give us the unadulterated data, we want the data, we want unadulterated data.We have to ask for raw data now." Tim Berners-Lee, advisor data.gov.uk data.gov 2
  3. 3. Digital technology could enable an extraordinary range of ordinary people to become part of a creative process. (The future of ideas, Lawrence Lessig) 3
  4. 4. The networked information economy […] increase the relative role that each individual is able to play in authoring his or her own life. (TheWealth of Networks, Yochai Benkler) 4
  5. 5. When I say that innovation is being democratized, I mean that users of products and services—both firms and individual consumers—are increas- ingly able to innovate for themselves. (Democratizing Innovation, EricVon Hippel) 5
  6. 6. • The Public Sector holds and manages huge amounts of data and information. Fostering access to those repositories enables new business opportunities. • PSI represents the raw material form value-added products and services. PSI data mines 6 COURTESY/RON WHEELER.The 8,000-foot deep Homestake Gold Mine in South Dakota is the site where scientists, including UC Berkeley researchers, plan to construct the world's deepest research center.
  7. 7. measurables (open) data •Data •Information •Knowledge 7 HalVarian, Google’s Chief Economist
  8. 8. • strong commitment • information management • knowledge base 8 Olivetti Programma 101 (1962-64) - “the first personal computer” dati.piemonte.it/where
  9. 9. • Regione Piemonte • TOP-IX Consortium • NEXA Centre • CSI Piemonte 9 dati.piemonte.it/who
  10. 10. •guidelines •web platform dati.piemonte.it/what it’s not a web site 10
  11. 11. what: dati.piemonte.it/guidelines • right to data and “open by default” rule • pricing = marginal cost (zero) • standard licences (CC0, CCby, ODL, etc.) 11
  12. 12. • beta versioning (2.0) • raw data • user friendly • open: comments, suggestions • contests what: dati.piemonte.it/web platform 12
  13. 13. why: laws and norms • Directive 2003/98/EC 17/11/2003 on the re-use of public sector information • Decreto Legislativo 24 gennaio 2006 n. 36 • Linee guida relative al riutilizzo e all’interscambio del patrimonio informativo regionale 13
  14. 14. why: civil society • accountability • transparency • collaboration • participation 14
  15. 15. why: (digital)market • wealth of information • data = “essential facility” • new business models 15
  16. 16. dati.piemonte.it/results • data sets published: ~ 45 • data sets downloaded: ~ 2300 • web visitors: ~ 13.500 • press (blog) coverage: ~ 30 • market: high interest (more data) 16
  17. 17. • open data & linked data • user generated contents • API • cloud computing infrastructure • new generation: apps.piemonte.it; contenuti.piemonte.it dati.piemonte.it/future 17
  18. 18. dati.piemonte.it/vison • (systematic) open data • open infrastructure (inter-cloud exchange) • value creation - new business models • participation 18
  19. 19. everything is changing 19
  20. 20. thank you lorenzo.benussi@top-ix.org 20

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