Estonia, Tallinn

Open Society Technologies

when 14 January 2019 - 18 January 2019
language English
duration 1 week
credits 2 EC
fee EUR 250

In the XXI Century societies are becoming more open – balancing between choices of top-to down and bottom up, individual and collective, passive responsibility and proactive entrepreneurship, exercising tolerance, inclusion and democracy. The course provides the first insight to open society values and future expectations and its requirements towards digital technologies using some application cases.

The overview is provided of the main technologies:
– linked open data
– open society technologies in the context of information and knowledge management
– choice designs and the theory of matching (algorithms) and market design in supporting the choice in public service
– the collective intelligent systems as empowering technologies

Target group

The course is suitable for all people interested in the topic.

Course aim

The course provides the first insight to open society values and future expectations and its requirements towards digital technologies.

Fee info

EUR 250: Accommodation and meals are not included in the price.