May Highlights: New Research and Findings on OGRX

May 12, 2017 by Andrew Young

The Open Governance Research Exchange (OGRX) strives to identify and curate the most useful and important research on innovations in governance. Through the research efforts of OGRX’s editorial board and partners, and, especially, submissions from OGRX users, the platform is constantly growing and evolving, with new publications added each week.

Some pieces reflective of the diversity of newly added research and findings come from Convergence, The Alan Turing Institute, Health and Technology, International Journal of Cartography, and the Centre for Public Impact, focusing on Citizen Engagement and Crowdsourcing, Algorithmic Scrutiny, Open Data, Data Analysis, and Co-Creation.

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Referenced Readings

Confronting the hype The use of crisis mapping for community development

Ana Brandusescu Renée E Sieber Sylvie Jochems

Objective Effectiveness

Ethics of the Health-Related Internet of Things: Mapping the Debate

Brent Mittelstadt

Google DeepMind and healthcare in an age of algorithms

Julia Powles Hal Hodson

Methodology Case Studies

The Public Impact Gap: Focusing Governments on Outcomes and Potential

Category Data Governance

Geospatial big data and cartography: research challenges and opportunities for making maps that matter

Methodology Conceptual Framework