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Alberto Cottica

Big data and development organizations: What happens when you move from theor... - 0 views

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    After Masters of Networks, UNDP and INRIA work out a network analysis of World Bank contractors.
Alberto Cottica

Technology | Global Pulse - 0 views

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    Crowdsourced hypothesis formation, evidence collection, and collective decision-making. UN sponsored.
Pietro Terna

The Science Gap: Jorge Cham at TEDxUCLA - YouTube - 0 views

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    How to comunicate with the large public, maybe not only for science but also for policy making,
Alberto Cottica

Parliament - 2 views

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    It is not our way of thinking about decision makers, but it is a lot interesting.
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    Adding some randomness can lead to a more efficient democracy.
Pietro Terna

Manifesto of computational social science - Springer - 0 views

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    A quite important manifesto also for us
David Price

Mapping a Planet Under Pressure - 2 views

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    If the goal is to accelerate societal learning, the interplay between scientists, policymakers and the wider public will be critical. However, the existing patterns of interaction leave much to be desired. First, the science-policy
    relationship is often difficult and dysfunctional. Second, the international governance infrastructure - the United Nations, World Bank, WTO and others - was designed to meet the needs of the post-WW2 era and is
    ill-adapted to the interconnected and transdisciplinary challenges it now faces. And finally, our main public communication channels seem better attuned to the linear and polarised narrative of crisis than to the nuanced, detailed, anticipatory work of crisis avoidance or minimisation.
David Price

Cyberinfrastructure Shell | Portal - 2 views

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    The Cyberinfrastructure Shell (CIShell) is an open source, community-driven platform for the integration, utilization and visualization of datasets, algorithms, tools, and computing resources. CIShell supports the plug-and-play of datasets and algorithms and their bundling into custom tools including Network Workbench, TexTrend, Sci² and EpiC.
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