Engineering and Technology
Open Access & Cooperation in Science
Social Sciences and Humanities
Citizens, give us your problems! How to Open Data without giving it away
Alexander von Humboldt Institut für Internet und Gesellschaft
| Luiza Bengtsson, Jörg Pohle, Sonja Schimmler, Emmanuel Baccelli, Maximilian von Grafenstein
A workshop on Open yet Private Data and your chance to co-shape our research agenda on Data - Society Interface.
The increasing digitization of all aspects of human life has led to an avalanche of data that is collected, stored and processed. Analyzing this data would certainly promote a better understanding of society and help tackle some of the world’s most pressing societal challenges. Unfortunately, most of this data wealth is locked away in the data silos of public and private institutions and simply not accessible.
How can we make this data usable for scientific purposes and for the general good of the society and still take legal, ethical, economic or organizational challenges and legitimate interest of all stakeholders into account? We need your help! What societal problem do you think could be solved if only more data would be available? Where would we need to take it from and how?
Join us for a workshop, where we will be working in teams to find the most creative problem with the most straightforward solution. Data experts from Infralab, ECDF, HIIG and Weizenbaum institute will guide us through the process. You’ll learn more about legal, ethical and technical issues surrounding open data, while helping us to refine our research agenda. Citizens, scientists, engineers, artists – everybody welcome!
PUBLIC WORKSHOP ON ZOOM.
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Und Affiliation zu: Max-Delbrück-Centrum für Molekulare Medizin // BesserWissen e.V. // Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society
Dr. Luiza Bengtsson, PhD in Biochemistry in 2002, studied & researched chemistry and humanities in Sweden, Germany and USA. In 2011, she went from life sciences research uncovering communication channels in cells to creating new channels for dialog between science and society. She now organizes science popularization events, trains high school teachers in science and researchers in Open Science and produces art-science and citizen science collaborations as well as the ORION Open Science podcast.
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Mon | Nov 02, 2020 | 20.00 - 21.30 Europe/Berlin Time
Alexander von Humboldt Institut für Internet und Gesellschaft
Dr. Jörg Pohle heads the research programme “Data, actors, infrastructures: The governance of data-driven innovation and cyber security”. He also heads the project “Global Privacy Governance” that focuses on societal negotiations in the field of privacy, surveillance, IT security and data protection. His research interests include the intersection of Informatics and Law, the research field Informatics and Society, modellification and its societal consequences, and data protection by design.
The Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society - The German Internet Institute
Sonja Schimmler leads the research group “Digitalisation and Science” at the Weizenbaum Institute, is a project lead at Fraunhofer FOKUS and an associated researcher at the TU Berlin. She holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of the Federal Armed Forces Munich. Her research interests range from semantic web and linked data over data science and artificial intelligence to software engineering and human-centered computing. Currently, she is specifically interested in the digitalisation and opening of science and in research data infrastructures.
Einstein Center Digital Future / Freie Universität Berlin
Emmanuel Baccelli, PhD in Computer Science from Ecole Polytechnique, France, is a Professor for “Open and Secure IoT Ecosystem” at FU Berlin, in partnership with Inria and the Einstein Center Digital Future. He is investigating how low-power protocols and deeply embedded open source software can improve the functionality and the security of the Internet of Things. His research focuses on technical aspects and on issues affecting the privacy and the sovereignty of users, as well as transparency.
Maximilian von Grafenstein
Einstein Center Digital Future/ Universität der Künste / Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society
Maximilian von Grafenstein LL.M. is Professor for “Digital Self-Determination” at the Berlin Career College of the University of the Arts in Berlin, part of the Einstein Center Digital Future. He is also co-head of the research program “Data, Actors, Infrastructures: Governance of Data-Driven Innovation and Cybersecurity” at the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society. Max’ research focuses on the regulation of data-driven innovation, “Data Protection and Security by Design”.
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