4/7 Digital Technology for science and innovation

1 - Start - Digital technology enabling open, citizen, collabora- tive and crowdfunded science

Moderator: Carthage Smith, Head, OECD Global Science Forum

2 - Legal and digital frameworks enabling open access to research tools,  Linda Kahl, Senior Counsel and Director of Ownership and Innovation, The Biobricks Foundation

3 - Digital technology enabling team science: challenges and opportunities,  Jan Youtie, Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology 

4 - Accelerating scientific research and discovery through citizen science, Lea Shanley, Co-Executive Director, South Big Data Innovation Hub, Renaissance Computing Institute, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

5 - Crowdfunding and scientific research, Chiara Franzoni, Associate Professor, Milan Polytechnic

6 - Taking stock day 1: Reactions, new and outstanding questions

Moderator: Alistair Nolan, Senior Policy Analyst, OECD

Commentators: 

- Daniel Akenine, CTO Microsoft Sweden, co-founder of addAI.org

- Lynda Hardman, Manager Research & Strategy, CWI, and Professor, University of Utrecht

- Anna Felländer, Senior Adviser, Founder of AI Sustainability Center, Affiliated Faculty Royal Institute of Technology, Advisor to the Minister of Digitalisation