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ODI 2015 06 opentech - Gavin Starks

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Slides to accompany @agentGav's talk with @billt

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ODI 2015 06 opentech - Gavin Starks

  1. 1. Gavin Starks CEO @agentGav theODI.org
  2. 2. I think you know what the problem is just as well as I do1 1 HAL
  3. 3. Photograph by Richard Olsenius bitrot wikileaks FOO.GOV NSA All your old spreadsheets something.something.secure (shhhhh) because datarot google binary dust
  4. 4. http://data.cabq.gov/business/addressatlas/APage_A-08-Z.pdf
  5. 5. https://certificates.theodi.org
  6. 6. Big Data 0 @OPENDATAHULK please. smash.
  7. 7. All the data 1
  8. 8. Political Politicians, UN, World Bank have shared ambitions Regional Smart-cities are driving efficiency and innovation Business McKinsey, Deloitte are signalling economic growth Innovators Start-ups are creating jobs Social NGO communities are building partnerships Individuals Engaged in improving their world, rebuilding trust A shared vision
  9. 9. Open data is not just changing the nature of politics and business. It reflects a cultural shift to an open society.
  10. 10. credit: Simon Wardley http://blog.gardeviance.org/
  11. 11. http://ben-evans.com/benedictevans/2014/10/28/presentation-mobile-is-eating-the-world
  12. 12. http://ben-evans.com/benedictevans/2014/10/28/presentation-mobile-is-eating-the-world
  13. 13. Global SMS – 20,000,000,000 messages/day WhatsApp – 30,000,000,000 messages/day (with 30 engineers) Source: GSMA, WhatsApp
  14. 14. A square foot of screen sold 
 for every adult on Earth* *in the last 15 years Source: Corning
  15. 15. Linux (1991) 
 100,000 contributors
 10,000,000 servers
 100,000,000 phones Source: Wikipedia
  16. 16. Wikipedia
 23,800,000 registered users
 34,900,000 pages
 125,000 active editors
 6th most popular website Source: Wikipedia
  17. 17. Wordpress
 60,000,000 websites
 (and a quarter of the top 10M)
 Source: Wikipedia
  18. 18. Creative Commons
 800,000,000 documents
 200,000,000 photos (and that’s just flickr) Source: Wikipedia
  19. 19. Github
 3,400,000 users
 16,700,000 code repositories
 240 employees Source: Wikipedia
  20. 20. Open vs Proprietary ‘Closed’ Security Systems “It isn’t possible for a single company to anticipate 
 all future technological developments that will be needed. We predict adopters of closed systems will regret making short-term gains at the expense of long-term pain.” World Security Report 2015-01 
 http://ow.ly/HGVCW
  21. 21. Blockchain
 1,500,000 wallets
 $3,000,000,000 market cap
 Emergence of networks that have centralised databases
 but are not operated by any single entity
 Source: Wikipedia
  22. 22. OpenCorporates
 84,000,000 companies
 5 staff
 
 Kickstarter
 Over $1,000,000,000 raised
 5,700,000 donors
 135,000 projects
 
 p2p lending
 £900,000,000 (just in the UK) 
 Source: Various
  23. 23. Gangham style 
 2,000,000,000 views http://www.ted.com/talks/amy_cuddy_your_body_language_shapes_who_you_are – 23M views
  24. 24. Data is eating the world “We're entering a new world in which data may be more important than software.” Tim O'Reilly
  25. 25. THE DATA STATE
  26. 26. Infrastructure as data Data as infrastructure
  27. 27. The invisible hand The invisible AI
  28. 28. http://dashboards.theodi.org
  29. 29. Open data is not just changing the nature of politics and business. It reflects a cultural shift to an open society.
  30. 30. 50% off code OPENTECH theodi.org/postcard
  31. 31. Let’s build, as Buckminster Fuller once put it, “a world that works for everyone.” p.s. we’re hiring
  32. 32. Gavin Starks CEO @agentGav theODI.org

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