December 2016: Mettre le Big Data privé au service du bien public by Benoît Georges
“Mettre le Big Data privé au service du bien public”
Le projet Open Algorithm vise à utiliser les données d’entreprises privées pour des actions de développement.
December 2015: The MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth
“Building Literacy for the Data Generation”
Emmanuel Letouzé talks the ‘data generation’, digital trends, data literacy, and how “one need not become a ‘data scientist’ to have a voice in the age of data.
October 2015: WIRED2015 by Catherine Lawson
“Alex “Sandy” Pentland on taking action with big data”
Alex “Sandy” Pentland, Academic Director for MIT Media Lab of Data-Pop Alliance, is a pioneer in organisational engineering, mobile information systems and computational social science.
July 2015: The MasterCard Center for Inclusive Growth
“Democratizing Big Data Starts with Dialogue: Q&A with Emmanuel Letouzé”
The Data-Pop Alliance director and co-founder discusses how the understanding of the relationship between Big Data and human rights is evolving.
May 2015: Devex by Kelli Rogers
“Big data to create new ecosystem of decision-makers”
Big data is not data, but rather a new ecosystem with a variety of stakeholders, skill sets and mentalities — one with the potential to fundamentally change societies much in same the way the Internet has, according to Emmanuel Letouzé, director and co-founder of Data-Pop Alliance.
April 2015: KDnuggets by Anmol Rajpurohit
“Emmanuel Letouzé, Data-Pop Alliance on Big Data and Human Rights – A Complex Affair”
We discuss the founding story of Data-Pop Alliance, the applications and implications of Big Data on Human Rights and the need for penetration of Data Literacy.
April 2015: Berkeley Social Matrix by Joy Neumeyer
“Data for Development”
UC Berkeley demographer (and cartoonist) Emmanuel Letouzé seeks to reduce the gap in statistical data available about populations in developing nations.
October 2013: Scientific American by Alex Pentland
“How Big Data can Transform Society for the Better”
The digital traces we leave behind each day reveal more about us than we know. This could become a privacy nightmare—or it could be the foundation of a healthier, more prosperous world.
“Reinventing society in the wake of big data”
With Big Data we can now begin to actually look at the details of social interaction and how those play out, and are no longer limited to averages like market indices or election results.