Data Talks: online conversations about public data as part of the wwu.usp project

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On 23 September, the first edition of the "Data Talks" series was carried out on the topic "Smart Cities in 2021: advances and challenges". For this first talk – moderated by the Humboldt Fellow at Münster University (WWU) and alumna of the University of São Paulo (USP) Jessica Voigt Quintino Pereira – her host professor Prof. Dr. Nobert Kersting of the Institute of Political Science at Münster University (IfPOL-WWU) and Prof. Dr. Ana Carla Bliacheriene of the School of Arts, Sciences and Humanities at the University of São Paulo (EACH-USP) were invited. In this virtual conversation, the guests and the moderator discussed live on YouTube how successful smart city projects are, in which there is an attempt to incorporate technology into the administration of these cities, to make them more efficient, inclusive and clean. You can find the results of this exciting conversation on YouTube [en], which will later be published also in podcast format.

Jessica Voigt Quintino Pereira, Humboldt German Chancellor Fellow and creator of the Data Talks series
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The Data Talks event is a series of conversations between experts from Brazil and Germany who will discuss the use of public data in today's society. The Data Talks is an initiative from the Humboldt Fellow Jessica Voigt Quintino Pereira supported by the Brazil Centre from the University of Münster as part of the digital activities of the strategic partnership project wwu.usp [en] funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).

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