Friday, December 14, 2018

Big Data Congress 2018: Barcelona’s path towards data sovereignty for citizens (by Francesca Bria - Ajuntament Barcelona)

Las charlas que se realizaron después fueron las de “Data sharing for Common Good” y de las que sólo tuve ocasión de asistir a la de Francesca Bria, Commissioner of Digital Technology and Innovation del Ajuntament de Barceona, titulada: “City data commons and ethical digital standards: Barcelona’s path towards data sovereignty for citizens"



The context: The robot economy – The fourth industrial revolution



Platform economy: new algorithm institutions
Top 10 Companies worldwide (by Market Cap):
1.Apple
2.Amazon
3.Microsoft
4.Alphabet
5.Facebook
6.Alibaba
7.Tencent
8.Berkshire Hathaway
9.JPMorgan Chase
10.Johnson & Johnson




Democratizing Data and IA_
The battle for digital supremacy



Data is the Raw materia of the Digital Economy



Data Extractivism



Surveillance Capitalism



Black box society
AI experts want to end “Black Box” algorithms in government



What-s the role of cities_ Creating public value smart, equitable, democratic cities



Ada Colau: Is this the world's most radical mayor? Aparentemente sí, pero a la práctica es otra política más...



Mission/oriented innovation data ^ AI for a better city



Collective intelligence for democracy



Open and Agile digital transformation



Ethical digital standards for cities



Ethical, responsible data strategy



A new deal on data: data sovereignty for citizens


Data for Transparency - anti corruption

Sentil0 - Open sensor & IoT Platform

Sentil0 - Applications

Open Data Analytic Platform: CITYOS

Mayor's Office for Data Analytics ==> Data & Algorithmic Transparency

Blockchain for data sovereignty
Enable social & communcal rigjts to data
DECODE

Who is DECODE?
14 partners & countries

BCN Data-Driven Partecipatory Democracy

IoT Citizen Sensing - Community right to data

Digital Innovation
Grow a city innovation ecosystem that uses tech, data and IA to foster a smart, sustainable and inclusive economy

Urban innovation lab: City urban challenges

i.lab: "Marketplace.city is where cities should start when it comes to finding new technology"

City and data challenges
A series of challenge prizes that invited corporates, startups and individuals to develop innovative solutions to social and urban issues using open data, ethics, security & privacy by design: EDUCATION, MOBILITY, GENDER GAP TECH

Building together the CIties of Tomorrow

Barcelona Digital Hub: Let's make Barcelona BCN the Capital of Data and Tech for the Common Good









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