Understanding Data Sharing—the data value chain

Understanding the data value chain
  1. Data is acquired or created by something (e.g. a satellite, a drone, a sensor) or someone (e.g. some research)
  2. It is then combined and transformed into a useful form. This is often underestimated in terms of the amount of effort required.
  3. It is then analysed using a combination of machines (e.g. algorithms, machine-learning, AI, etc.)
  4. It is then used by humans and/or machines to make decisions that has an impact on the issue that people are trying to solve.

An example — transport

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Gavin Starks

Gavin Starks

https://dgen.net || https://icebreakerone.org || Twitter: @agentGav // @icebreakerOne for climate+finance+data

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