Managing the Global Conversation

Managing the Global Conversation

We address the integration, management and optimisation of privacy-aware data flows between users and content services, needed to handle the changing usage contexts and a growing variety of data sources that arise from rapid innovation in digital content services.  

We apply dynamic, knowledge-driven techniques to ease management decision making across multiple business domains, differing workflow practices and heterogeneous service platforms.  By addressing issues of data protection, data ethics and data integration together we aim to establish a data governance framework that gives users the confidence to engage with new waves of digital content services while addressing the cost and risk involved in providing those services.

Research team

Publications

Managing the Global Conversation

MEPDaW-SeWeBMeDA-SWeTI 2018. Joint Proceedings of MEPDaW, SeWeBMeDA and SWeTI 2018

  • Posted: 6 Feb 2018
  • Author: , Javier D. Fernández, Jürgen Umbrich, Maria-Esther Vidal
  • Publication: MEPDaW-SeWeBMeDA-SWeTI 2018
Journal Article

Commentary: Reservations about the Lessons Drawn from Moral Education, Public Health Ethics, and Forensic Psychiatry

  • Posted: 1 Jul 2017
  • Author: , Bert Gordijn
  • Publication: Cambridge quarterly of healthcare ethics : CQ : the international journal of healthcare ethics committees
Conference

GViz - An Interactive WebApp to Support GeoSPARQL over Integrated Building Information

  • Posted: 13 May 2019
  • Author: Kris McGlinn, Darragh Blake, Declan O’Sullivan
  • Publication: LocWeb 2019
Journal Article

The ethics of smart stadia: a stakeholder analysis of the Croke Park project

  • Posted: 3 Jan 2018
  • Author: , Fiachra O'Brolcháin, Simone de Colle, Bert Gordijn
  • Publication: Science and engineering ethics

Research Goals

This research supports individuals and companies to confidently handle rapid innovation in digital content processing in the context of recent data protection regulation. It also anticipates future issues related to acceptable use of content and data processing technologies at the level of individuals, of organisations and of soceity.

This project is developing new techniques for automated data integration in dynamic environments that focus on semantic mapping. We concentrate on two key aspects: how to enable effective interaction with integration mapping by a variety of user stakeholder types and  how to enable continuous management of integration mappings.

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