Open Data Stories 2019/20

Veröffentlicht von am Aug 11, 2020 in Allgemein, Daten | Keine Kommentare

Before and during the Opendata.ch/2020 Forum we asked you to submit your open data success stories and failures. We think it is important to collect and publish these stories to show what our community has been up to, to reflect upon the successes to realise how far we have come and to think about our […]

To whom do you want to give your data?

Veröffentlicht von am Aug 4, 2020 in Allgemein, Daten | Keine Kommentare

While we use WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook daily, giving our phone number to the local restaurant or downloading the contact tracking app is not an option for many of us. Covid-19 has revealed many things, including the ambivalent handling of our personal data. The nation-wide awareness campaign «Data Café» run by Opendata.ch and the Mercator […]

Open Data Student Award 2020

Veröffentlicht von am Jul 17, 2020 in Bildung, Daten, Forschung, National | Keine Kommentare

On June 23, 2020, we announced the winner of the 2020 Open Data Student Awards at the Opendata.ch/2020 Forum. For the third consecutive year, we called for students to enter the Open Data work they created as part of their education. First of all, we would like to thank everyone who entered one of their […]

Five Projects Selected for the Prototype Fund

Veröffentlicht von am Jul 7, 2020 in Bildung, Daten | Keine Kommentare

The Following five projects have been selected by the Prototype Fund Jury to be funded for the first Swiss edition of the Prototype Fund. They will each receive up to CHF 100,000 in funding, at least 5 hours of individual and need-based coaching (e.g. in coding or user-centered design) during the funding period, amongst others. […]

On the Way to the Digital Utopia

Veröffentlicht von am Mai 26, 2020 in Allgemein, Daten, Event, National, Uncategorized | Keine Kommentare

This year’s Opendata.ch/2020 Forum – New Data Narratives is all about the future of open data. But when we talk about the digital future, too often the conversation drifts off into very bleak, dystopian scenarios: transparent citizens, US Conglomerates leeching on our personal data and ubiquitous control enabled by Artificial Intelligence. But we refuse to […]

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