Datasphere

Fellowship Program

Senior Fellow

Tim Davies

The Datasphere allows to construct a space where we can think about affordances and properties of data to think about how they interact with other spheres of actions.

The Datasphere allows to construct a space where we can think about affordances and properties of data to think about how they interact with other spheres of actions.

Tim is an independent consultant, researcher and facilitator exploring the critique, creation and maintenance of data infrastructures for the public good.

He has worked extensively on developing global open data standards for transparency and anti-corruption initiatives and supporting the development of open data projects in aid transparency, land governance, agricultural development, and public procurement reform.

Tim was co-founder of Open Data Services Co-operative, a growing workers co-operative committed to maintaining useful, usable and in-use data ecosystems.

Additionally, he co-edited of The State of Open Data: Histories and Horizons (IDRC, 2019), a collection reviewing a decade of open data activities across the globe, and was formerly Open Data Research Lead with the World Wide Web Foundation.

He has an MSc in Social Science of the Internet from the Oxford Internet Institute and has been a fellow of the Harvard Berkman Center for Internet and Society.

Tim is based in Stroud, United Kingdom. 

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