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Up for Debate: How Can Big Data Have a Social Impact?

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Big Data has the potential to transform development and accelerate social progress around the world, but there are issues surrounding understanding, ownership, privacy, capacity, measurement and more that need further dialogue and discussion. The Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship partnered with the HBR-The Bridgespan Group Insight Center on Scaling Social Impact to surface key insights and practical lessons in harnessing the power of data for large-scale social impact. This debate will also set the stage for a larger discussion on the topic at this year’s Skoll World Forum in Oxford, UK.

 
 

Fueling and Igniting the Big Data Engine for Social Good

Jason Payne

Philanthropy Engineering Lead, Palantir Technologies

Big Data Means Smarter Cities

Jen Crozier

Vice President, Global Citizenship Initiatives, IBM

Moving from Big Data to Big Wisdom

Darin McKeever

Deputy Director, Charitable Sector Support, Global Policy and Advocacy, Gates Foundation, Bill and Melinda

 

Big Data as Society's Watchdog

Tom Lee

Director, Sunlight Labs

A New Type of Philanthropy: Donating Data

Robert Kirkpatrick

Director, UN Global Pulse, United Nations

 

You Can't Just Hack Your Way to Social Change

Jake Porway

Founder and Executive Director, DataKind

Big Data’s Bright and Dark Sides

Viktor Mayer-Schönberger

Professor, Oxford Internet Institute

 
 
 
Up for Debate: How Can Big Data Have a Social Impact?
Fueling and Igniting the Big Data Engine for Social Good
Big Data Means Smarter Cities
(1 comment)
Moving from Big Data to Big Wisdom
(2 comments)
Big Data as Society's Watchdog
A New Type of Philanthropy: Donating Data
(15 comments)
Nonprofits: Master Medium Data Before Tackling Big Data
(9 comments)
You Can't Just Hack Your Way to Social Change
(2 comments)
Big Data’s Bright and Dark Sides
(2 comments)
Big Data Means More Than Big Profits
(2 comments)
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