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How AI Can Cure the Big Idea Famine – The Living Library
Saahil Jayraj Dama at JoDS: “Today too many people are still deprived of basic amenities such as medicine, while current patent laws continue to convolute and impede innovation. But if allowed, AI can provide an opportunity to redefine this paradigm and be the catalyst for change—if….
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Civic Tech for Civic Engagement – The Living Library
Blog Post by Jason Farra: “When it came to gathering input for their new Environmental Master Plan, the Town of Okotoks, AB decided to try something different. Rather than using more traditional methods of consulting residents, they turned to a Canadian civic tech company called Ethelo.
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What Would More Democratic A.I. Look Like? – The Living Library
Blog post by Andrew Burgess: “Something curious is happening in Finland. Though much of the global debate around artificial intelligence (A.I.
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How Effective Is Nudging? A Quantitative Review on the Effect Sizes and Limits of Empirical Nudging Studies – The Living Library
Paper by Dennis Hummel and Alexander Maedche: “Changes in the choice architecture, so-called nudges, have been employed in a variety of contexts to alter people’s behavior. Although nudging has gained a widespread popularity, the effect sizes of its influences vary considerably across studies.
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Our data, our society, our health: a vision for inclusive and transparent health data science in the UK and Beyond – The Living Library
Paper by Elizabeth Ford et al in Learning Health Systems: “The last six years have seen sustained investment in health data science in the UK and beyond, which should result in a data science community that is inclusive of all stakeholders, working together to use data to benefit society through t
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Transparency, Fairness, Data Protection, Neutrality: Data Management Challenges in the Face of New Regulation – The Living Library
Paper by Serge Abiteboul and Julia Stoyanovich: “The data revolution continues to transform every sector of science, industry and government.
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Digital Pro Bono: Leveraging Technology to Provide Access to Justice – The Living Library
Paper by Kathleen Elliott Vinson and Samantha A. Moppett: “…While individuals have the constitutional right to legal assistance in criminal cases, the same does not hold true for civil matters. Low-income Americans are unable to gain access to meaningful help for basic legal needs.
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PayStats helps assess the impact of the low-emission area Madrid Central – The Living Library
BBVA API Market: “How do town-planning decisions affect a city’s routines? How can data help assess and make decisions? The granularity and detailed information offered by PayStats allowed Madrid’s city council to draw a more accurate map of consumer behavior and gain an objective measuremen
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China, India and the rise of the ‘civilisation state’ – The Living Library
Gideon Rachman at the Financial Times: “The 19th-century popularised the idea of the “nation state”. The 21st could be the century of the “civilisation state”.
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Deep Medicine: How Artificial Intelligence Can Make Healthcare Human Again – The Living Library
Book by Eric Topol: “Medicine has become inhuman, to disastrous effect. The doctor-patient relationship–the heart of medicine–is broken: doctors are too distracted and overwhelmed to truly connect with their patients, and medical errors and misdiagnoses abound.
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How data collected from mobile phones can help electricity planning – The Living Library
Article by Eduardo Alejandro Martínez Ceseña, Joseph Mutale, Mathaios Panteli, and Pierluigi Mancarella in The Conversation: “Access to reliable and affordable electricity brings many benefits.
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Regulating disinformation with artificial intelligence – The Living Library
Paper for the European Parliamentary Research Service: “This study examines the consequences of the increasingly prevalent use of artificial intelligence (AI) disinformation initiatives upon freedom of expression, pluralism and the functioning of a democratic polity.
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Data Trusts as an AI Governance Mechanism – The Living Library
Paper by Chris Reed and Irene YH Ng: “This paper is a response to the Singapore Personal Data Protection Commission consultation on a draft AI Governance Framework.
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Democracy vs. Disinformation – The Living Library
Ana Palacio at Project Syndicate: “These are difficult days for liberal democracy. But of all the threats that have arisen in recent years – populism, nationalism, illiberalism – one stands out as a key enabler of the rest: the proliferation and weaponization of disinformation.
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Visualizing where rich and poor people really cross paths—or don’t – The Living Library
Ben Paynter at Fast Company: “…It’s an idea that’s hard to visualize unless you can see it on a map. So MIT Media Lab collaborated with the location intelligence firm Cuebiqto build one.
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