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Brian G. Dowling

ImageNet - 0 views

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    ImageNet is an image database organized according to the WordNet hierarchy (currently only the nouns), in which each node of the hierarchy is depicted by hundreds and thousands of images. Currently we have an average of over five hundred images per node. We hope ImageNet will become a useful resource for researchers, educators, students and all of you who share our passion for pictures.  Click here to learn more about ImageNet, Click here to join the ImageNet mailing list.
Brian G. Dowling

Human Terrain - 0 views

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    Human Terrain 
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BCG - Global Management Consulting - 0 views

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    To succeed, organizations must blend digital and human capabilities. BCG's diverse, global teams bring deep industry and functional expertise and a range of perspectives to spark change through leading-edge management consulting as well as data science, technology and design, digital ventures, and business purpose. We work in a uniquely collaborative model across the firm and throughout all levels of the client organization to deliver results that help our clients thrive.
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Democracy Earth - Borderless governance. - 0 views

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    The Democracy Earth network is a global commons of self-sovereign citizens. If you can prove you are human and that you don't hold keys to other identities in the network, then you can access our token distribution model. Meet us on-chain:
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Project Drawdown Facebook - 0 views

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    Project Drawdown is a broad coalition of researchers, scientists, graduate students, PhDs, post-docs, policy makers, business leaders, and activists who have come together to map, measure, and model the best available solutions that can cumulatively reverse global warming within the next thirty years.
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Public Lab Facebook - 0 views

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    Mission We're developing new tools in the spirit of Grassroots Mapping, meaning: low cost data legibility (including a preference for maps and other rich visual means of representation) ease of use/low barrier to entry public participation high quality, environmentally and socially relevant data creative reuse of consumer technology open source and user modifiable design
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Solutions Project - 1 views

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    From our homes and smartphones to the electricity running our local grocery stores, clean energy is not only possible - it's already happening. Solutions Project accelerates the transition to 100% clean energy by championing a movement that is more inclusive, more collaborative, and more celebratory. Through storytelling, grantmaking, and capacity building, we honor clean energy leaders, invest in promising solutions, and build relationships between unlikely allies. Together, we can make renewable energy a reality for everyone - 100% for 100%.
Brian G. Dowling

Open Source Stories: The Science of Collective Discovery - 1 views

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    HOW ARE CITIZEN SCIENTISTS USING OPEN HARDWARE TO MAKE GROUNDBREAKING DISCOVERIES?
Brian G. Dowling

NetSciEd - 1 views

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    NetSciEd has evolved in response to escalating activity in the field of network science, and the urgent need for citizens to be able to access the field through education channels. NetSciEd reflects the multiple efforts underway in pursuit of this goal: intensive workshops for students, introductory workshops open to the public, participation in public science festivals, professional development for teachers, development of network literacy principles, curriculum development, YouTube videos and online courses - plus much more, all of which you will find here.
Brian G. Dowling

Underworlds :: MIT Senseable City Lab - 2 views

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    The Underworlds project is the first of its kind, and a proof of concept that cities can make use of their waste water system to do near real-time urban epidemiology and understand human health and behavior with a fine spatio-temporal resolution. Probably the most obvious first application of smart sewage technology is infectious disease surveillance, and the prediction of outbreaks.
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LACBP | Los Angeles Community Broadband Project - 0 views

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    Internet isn't a luxury -- not when you need to be online to apply for jobs, to access healthcare, and to communicate with elected officials. Here in LA, the big telecoms can overcharge and underdeliver because they know you don't have a choice. We want to change that. We're a group of creatives and tech workers who are building a local, community driven internet service provider to supply affordable, high-speed, net neutral broadband to Los Angeles.
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The Challenge - A Good Life For All Within Planetary Boundaries - 2 views

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    No country in the world currently meets the basic needs of its citizens at a globally sustainable level of resource use. Our research, recently published in Nature Sustainability (and summarised in The Conversation), is the first to quantify the national resource use associated with achieving a good life for over 150 countries. It shows that meeting the basic needs of all people on the planet would result in humanity transgressing multiple environmental limits, based on current relationships between resource use and human well-being.
Brian G. Dowling

Gap Finder | AllTransit - 1 views

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    Transit access is measured through General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS) data collected and created by CNT. In addition to the publicly available GTFS data provided by transit agencies, CNT developed GTFS structured datasets utilizing online transit maps and schedules. In many cases, CNT has directly contacted transit agencies to obtain more specific information on stop locations and schedules. All GTFS data is merged into a proprietary dataset known as AllTransit. A companion online tool facilitates the collection, normalization, and aggregation of GTFS data to analyze fixed-route transit service.
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McKinsey Center for Government | Public Sector | McKinsey & Company - 1 views

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    Drawing on our deep expertise and network across the public, private and social sectors, MCG provides government leaders with insights, new approaches, and connections to help them improve the lives of the citizens they serve.
Brian G. Dowling

Sketch City: Civic Hacking and Open Data in Houston, Texas - 0 views

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    We work together to advance technology and data in public decision making. Our community of 2,700+ people work on projects, attend events, help shape public policy, and produce the annual City of Houston Hackathon in May.
Brian G. Dowling

The Framework That Will Make You Understand E-participation - CitizenLab - 1 views

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Meeting of the Minds - Innovations in Urban Sustainability & Civic Technology - 0 views

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    Meeting of the Minds brings together urban sustainability and technology leaders to share knowledge and build lasting alliances.
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LOOPY: a tool for thinking in systems - 0 views

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    In a world filled with ever-more-complex technological, sociological, ecological, political & economic systems... a tool to make interactive simulations may not be that much help. But it can certainly try.
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Digital Transformation: A Documentary Film Project by Manuel Stagars - 0 views

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    Digital transformation is a multi-disciplinary topic-perhaps one of the most complex and confusing of our time. The purpose of this film is to make digital transformation easier to understand and start a conversation about what kind of digital future we actually want. Is the future complicated and inevitable, or can each of us create the future they envision? Technology is a curse and a blessing, but this depends on each of us thinking about the future in a constructive but critical way. 
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TurboVote - 0 views

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    TurboVote helps you vote - nothing more. We're committed to protecting your data, so it's only ever used to provide you with voting information and services. To that end, we encrypt your connection to our site, so your sign-up information stays just between us. We take precautionary measures to restrict access to only those partners and services we need to make TurboVote run. And we deliberately don't collect or store ID numbers. We also don't sell your information, or share any more than is strictly necessary to power the TurboVote services you know and love. And we're happy to answer any questions you have about our data and security practices.
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