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How can we move beyond private enclosure models of data ownership towards developing models of the use of data that can help frame and secure the public good?
This talk sets out how narratives and frames about data (such as data ownership, data stewardship, data citizenship, and data rights) seek to achieve data for the public good, and outlines how they might connect to each other, as well as what these approaches might look like and mean in practice.
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Data for the public good.
Reema is a programme manager at the Nuffield Foundation, and is working to establish the Ada Lovelace Institute, an independent organisation seeking to ensure that data & AI work for people and society.