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ILDA is a Latin American research organization based in Uruguay that promotes ethical uses of data to address public policy issues. Current projects include Empatia, a partnership with Latam Digital Center that investigates the use of AI to solve public problems; the regional standardization of femicide data; a Latin America and Caribbean edition of the Open Data Barometer; the Abrelatam+Condatos forum for civic tech; and developing the next generation of data researchers. I asked ILDA some questions to learn more about their connections with the original Open Data Barometer, past and present; ILDA’s role as one of GDB’s founding research hubs; and what it means to be a host organization for a research startup.
 by Veronica Cretu A hub, according to the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English, is “the central and most important part […]
by Nicolás Grossman We have an ambitious objective here at the Global Data Barometer: To map the landscape of data […]
by Amy Johnson As we prepare to bring the Global Data Barometer into the field for the first time, we’ve […]
By Tim Davies Now that the full Global Data Barometer project has been up and running for two months, I […]
by Veronica Cretu, Global Data Barometer Director of Strategy and Partnerships  The Global Data Barometer is seeking expressions of interest […]
On 1st July Phase 1 of the Global Data Barometer formally began, as our anchor grant from Canada’s IDRC was […]
Discussions about open data, big data, data protection and data for development have been a growing theme in both civil […]
To support creation of the Global Data Barometer study framework, and an initial stakeholder workshop in January 2020, we are […]
The Global Data Barometer was included among a set of projects discussed as part of a Rockefeller Foundation conference on […]