De l'open data de l'offre à l'open data de la demande : un premier bilan critique de l’ouverture des données - Université Bordeaux Montaigne

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"From the open data of the offer to the open data of the demand: a first critical assessment of the opening of the data

Meeting with Samuel Goëta, co-founder of Datactivist

Samuel Goëta is a sociologist. His thesis enters behind the scenes of open data and questions the conditions of implementation of these projects. He is co-founder of the association Open Knowledge France where he campaigns for the opening of knowledge to benefit everyone.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017, 1st Meeting MIND
In December 2017, it will be 10 years since the principles of open data were formulated. Since then, more than 50 countries around the world have adopted an open data policy and the movement continues to expand in local communities, institutions and businesses. France is the first country to have entered into the law a commitment to open data by default. But what first assessment can we draw from these ten years?


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10/17/2017, 19:30

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10/17/2017, 15:30