Tag: Tim Berners-Lee

10 Challenges for Open Data

It has been six years since Tim Berners Lee called out for more raw data. A lot since then has happened, but critics often point out limited visible impacts and the lack of public awareness. So the question is, what

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Paving the way for Generation Open: what it will take and who will benefit

Businesses and governments are seeing more evidence of open data building economic value and more efficient public services, ODI founders Sirs Tim Berners-Lee and Nigel Shadbolt told a press conference at the Open Data Awards earlier this month, together with

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Sir Tim Berners-Lee calls for open healthcare data by default

Setting up accountability would allay fears of privacy infringement. Heatlhcare data should be open by default in order to support research and medical breakthroughs, according to Sir Tim Berners-Lee. Speaking at a roundtable event hosted by the Open Data Institute,

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Open Data Institute hails “network thinking” among winners in 2015 awards

The Open Data Institute says it sees signs of “network thinking” in the open-data programmes and startups it acknowledged in its second set of annual awards. CEO Gavin Sparks said “companies that go from closed, through shared, to open data

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Sir Tim Berners-Lee reveals the world’s most influential open data leaders

The inventor of the World Wide Web is now determined to change the world by encouraging organisations to open up data for public use Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, last night awarded the people and organisations

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