Wednesday, September 29, 2010
• Data-powered collective intelligence and action to identify tools that allow for progressive forms of citizen involvement that deal with information overload and engage all pro-active as well as more passive citizens in policy making
• Government service utility to reflect the future of digital public services that will be co-generated through the participation of administrations, enterprises and citizens, co-delivered, tailor-made and citizen-centric.
• Scientific base of ICT-enabled governance to lay the theoretical foundations of the domain, study the relations with neighboring domains and achieve scientific rigor and further evolution with the utilisation of future ICT capabilities.
The presentation was followed by a discussion and the validation / rating of the challenges by the participants, facilitated by the CROSSROAD Consortium members (Fenareti Lampathaki and George Gionis from NTUA, Katarzyna Szkuta from Tech4i2).
The session also included presentations of next activities and future research opportunities, by:
- Antonis Ramfos, INTRASOFT International
- Yael Dubinsky, IBM Research Haifa
- Richard Wilson, IZWE.com
For more information and participation in the discussion, please visit:
The CROSSROAD WebSite at: http://www.crossroad-eu.net/
The CROSSROAD LinkedIn Group at: CROSSROAD Group in Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?mostPopular=&gid=2594136