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DisCOVER: Data as an Artefact

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Data as an artefact

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Data as an artefact

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The data evolution provided innovative opportunities for growth through multiple analytical applications in decision-making but also a large number of social, technical and ethical concerns. Data as an artefact is comprised of various characteristics, attributes and aspects that could assist in defining measurements of quality control, sharing agreements as well as policies, standards and protocols for access control. Understanding these data characteristics is essential for individuals and organisations to realise new ways of value creation and how to avoid data sharing issues. This presentation will highlight these topics around data, and the associated challenges and explore how the society could deal with them.

Dr Konstantina Spanaki, Loughborough University

Lecturer at the School of Business and Economics and a member of the Centre for Information Management at Loughborough University.

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28 Feb 2020, 12:00-13:00

Information School RC204

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