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This is a networking session, and if we each had the opportunity, we might walk around and introduce ourselves and have a chat about what we have each found most interesting in the conference these past two days. But that is ultimately what we want to talk about – how to engage with each other to act on some of the things we have learned and want to move ahead with.With the velocity and volume of big data, the growth of which is driven in large part by outsized industrial actors, there is often a sense of inevitability - that nothing can be done to change its trajectory.But I contend that each of us has a perspective as a stakeholder in the creation and use of big data, if only we engage.
Not only are there overlapping areas of innovation in data innovation and access, but there are overlapping types of stakeholders interested in the data: industry, government and policy makers, and researchers and scientists, with diverse and sometimes competing interests.Across all of these areas, there is a focus on innovation, capacities and competitiveness
Bullet one – how we define an externality – as an “impact”Public opinion surveys reveal that citizens are concerned about many of these issues, especially privacy and data protection.
Production of a roadmap outlining a plan of action to enable European scientists and industry to capture a proportionate share of the big data market.Provision of assistance to industry in capturing positive externalities (efficiencies, new business models, etc.) and addressing potential negative externalities before beginning a project, initiative or programme.A series of clear and precise future research needs and policy steps