Open data, decision points and distribution of benefits

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Slides from a presentation at the ICA 2014 Pre-conference on Data and Discrimination - http://oti.newamerica.net/events/2014/05/22/data-and-discrimination

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Open data, decision points and distribution of benefits

  1. 1. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). The construction of open government data! ICA Pre-conference: Data & Discrimination - converting critical concerns into productive inquiry ! Tim Davies (@timdavies) - tim.davies@soton.ac.uk
  2. 2. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). The construction of open government data
  3. 3. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). The construction of open government data
  4. 4. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). Definitions Accessible ! Machine-readable ! Openly licensed (Not personal data)
  5. 5. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). Open government data initiatives 55% of countries surveyed in the 2013 Web Index / Open Data Barometer had an open data policy of some form
  6. 6. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). Open government data initiatives 55% of countries surveyed in the 2013 Web Index / Open Data Barometer had an open data policy of some form Prioritisation
  7. 7. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). Open government data initiatives 55% of countries surveyed in the 2013 Web Index / Open Data Barometer had an open data policy of some form Prioritisation Developer engagement
  8. 8. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). Open government data initiatives 55% of countries surveyed in the 2013 Web Index / Open Data Barometer had an open data policy of some form Prioritisation Standardisation Developer engagement
  9. 9. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). Open government data initiatives 55% of countries surveyed in the 2013 Web Index / Open Data Barometer had an open data policy of some form Prioritisation Standardisation Developer engagement Privatisation
  10. 10. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). Open government data initiatives 55% of countries surveyed in the 2013 Web Index / Open Data Barometer had an open data policy of some form Prioritisation Standardisation Infrastructure creation Developer engagement Privatisation
  11. 11. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). Winners and losers “Treating government data as an asset and making it available, discoverable and usable - in a word, open - strengthens democracy, drives economic opportunity, and improves citizen’s quality of life.” Big Data: Seizing Opportunities, Preserving Values The White House, 2014
  12. 12. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). Winners and losers Benefit Everyone
  13. 13. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). Winners and losers Benefit Everyone
  14. 14. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). Winners and losers Benefit Everyone else Past incumbents
  15. 15. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). Winners and losers Benefit Everyone else Past incumbents
  16. 16. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). Winners and losers Benefit Everyone else Past incumbents The empowered
  17. 17. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). Winners and losers Benefit Everyone else Past incumbents The empowered
  18. 18. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). Winners and losers Benefit Everyone else Past incumbents The empowered Minorities
  19. 19. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). Winners and losers Benefit Everyone else Past incumbents The empowered Minorities
  20. 20. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). LicenseAppsStandard Winners and losers Everyone else Past incumbents The empowered Minorities ? ? ? ?
  21. 21. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). License AppsStandard Winners and losers Everyone else Past incumbents The empowered Minorities ? ? ? ?
  22. 22. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). Decision points
  23. 23. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). Questions & issues •How do we explore the distribution of benefits and harm from data collection, storage, structuring, distribution and re- use?
 •Does open data create an opportunity space for dialogue and action around data & discrimination?
  24. 24. Data & Discrimination - 22nd May 2014 - Seattle, Washington The funding for this work has been provided through the World Wide Web Foundation 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries' research project, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (web.idrc.ca). The construction of open government data! ! Tim Davies (@timdavies) tim.davies@soton.ac.uk ! www.opendataresearch.org

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