2015 ODI Summit — Embracing Generation Open & Network Thinking — Gavin Starks

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Over 700 people came to the ODI Summit from around the world to celebrate Generation Open — the innovators and entrepreneurs, citizens and customers, students and parents who embrace network thinking.

Gavin Starks, CEO of the Open Data Institute, presented on Embracing Generation Open & Network Thinking.

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2015 ODI Summit — Embracing Generation Open & Network Thinking — Gavin Starks

  1. 1. Gavin Starks CEO @agentGav theODI.org
  2. 2. We connect, equip and inspire people around the world to innovate with data http://theodi.org/about-us
  3. 3. http://www.theodi.org/data-spectrum
  4. 4. Thousands of countries & cities, millions of companies, billions of people unlocking £trillions Web of documents Web of data Machine-readable data, sensors, and the internet of everything and everyone Our physical and digital worlds are merging. There are over 3bn people online, and over 5bn devices. Over the past 25 years, the web of documents now numbers in the billions of pages on a billion websites. The web of data will dwarf the existing web. We need to develop the standards, tools and techniques that will enable help everyone to make the most of the information at their disposal to solve the challenges they face. We need to demonstrate the potential, understand the risks and opportunities, reveal the efficiencies and innovation that are possible, and help people on their journey to a data-driven society.
  5. 5. http://theodi.org/culture/body-01000010011011110110010001111001-2012
  6. 6. http://theodi.org/smart-cities
  7. 7. http://www.theguardian.com/news/datablog/2015/jun/12/open-data-central-fifa-reform
  8. 8. Helping businesses with successful open innovation programmes ODI challenge 143 ideas, 7 winners €560K prizes 5-10x ROI ODI incubate €6.7M income 25 startups 170+ jobs ODI accelerate €5.5M fund EU-wide reach http://theodi.org/start-ups
  9. 9. http://theodi.org/start-ups
  10. 10. https://alpha.openaddressesuk.org
  11. 11. Finance Reducing economic friction to unlock value across the data spectrum. Agriculture and nutrition Improving how we sustainably and equitably farm and feed the world. Open cities Helping people increase efficiency, scale and innovate using city data infrastructure, social machines, and smart city technologies. Convening organisations around sector challenges http://theodi.org
  12. 12. Our challenge sustain > 7,000,000,000 people now … Energy … Food … Water … Waste … … Education … Shelter … Transport … … Health … Jobs … Economy … while hitting peak ‘everything’ everywhere
  13. 13. http://theodi.org/culture
  14. 14. Helping civil servants provide open election data to cement the transition to democracy Government ministries Open Data Institute World Bank http://theodi.org/blog/burkina-fasos-revolution-an-extreme-case-of-open-data-and-government-transition
  15. 15. Chicago Toronto Rio Buenos Aires Queensland Dubai Osaka Seoul Riyadh Cairo St Petersburg Gothenburg Manchester Hampshire Leeds Sheffield Bristol Devon Paris Amsterdam Trento Athens Belfast Vienna Connect, equip and inspire people around the world to innovate with data http://theodi.org/nodes
  16. 16. Chicago Toronto Rio Buenos Aires Queensland Dubai Osaka Seoul Riyadh Cairo St Petersburg Gothenburg Manchester Hampshire Leeds Sheffield Bristol Devon Paris Amsterdam Trento Athens Belfast Vienna Connect, equip and inspire people around the world to innovate with data
  17. 17. LEEDS http://leeds.theodi.org
  18. 18. http://theodi.org/team
  19. 19. http://theodi.org/generation-o
  20. 20. Data in general, and open data specifically, is changing the nature of politics and business. It reflects a cultural shift to an open, networked society.
  21. 21. @agentGav theODI.org

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