Congratulations to the winner of the Urban Data Challenge: University of Bremen!
With their innovative and scientifically based concept paper entitled "MoveAI", the team of three, led by Professor Dr. Niehaves, who heads the new Digital Transformation of Public Services (Digital Public) working group at the University of Bremen, was able to convince the jury in a multi-stage process.
The top-class jury, consisting of experts from business, research and urban administration, particularly liked the combination of existing tools and the development of new software approaches for the integration of artificial intelligence in the context of micromobility analyses. In addition, both the end users and the municipal employees and decision-makers were considered as equal target groups in the concept.
URBAN DATA CHALLENGE HAMBURG
How can cities share and govern data to become more democratic and sustainable?
The Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg and THE NEW INSTITUTE are making available exclusive and public mobility data as part of a competition of ideas and are looking for innovative concepts for gaining knowledge about cycling and micromobility flows in our city. The most convincing concept will win €40,000 for its implementation into an IT prototype - based on the provided data sets and in cooperation with the Hamburg Authority for Transport and Mobility Transition!
The New Hanse
In collaboration with the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, THE NEW INSTITUTE explores the potential of data sharing and data democracy in their programme The New Hanse: Pilot projects address real world challenges, starting from mobility and its net-zero goals to developing blueprints for other European cities for the governance of data and the digital transition for the public interest.
THE NEW INSTITUTE team will lead and coordinate The New Hanse on the ground in collaboration with the City of Hamburg (Senate Chancellery, Authority for Transport and Mobility Transition and the Urban Data Platform Hamburg) and external partners, at city, national, European and global level.
Data Commons Working Group Chair
Italian Innovation Fund & THE NEW INSTITUTE
Project Lead – The New Hanse
Innovation Manager – The New Hanse
Project Coordinator – The New Hanse
Project Coordinator – The New Hanse
Strategic advisor to THE NEW INSTITUTE
Ana Paola López
Innovation and Challenge Expert Advisor to THE NEW INSTITUTE
State Secretary and Head of the Senate Chancellery
Chief Digital Officer (CDO)
DATA COMMONS WORKING GROUP
The Data Commons Working Group is a high-level advisory body to the City of Hamburg regarding the legal, policy, and technical issues raised in the context of the Urban Data Challenge Hamburg.
Wikimedia Deutschland e.V.
Maximilian von Grafenstein
UdK Berlin Career College, Einstein Center Digital Future
Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative
Across Legal (formerly ID Law Partners)
Open Knowledge Foundation
NEXA Center for Internet and Society
University of Passau
Comune di Bologna
Open Knowledge Foundation Germany
Humboldt University Berlin
Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society
Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg
THE NEW INSTITUTE
THE NEW INSTITUTE is an experimental initiative aimed at developing social imaginaries for future societies. We combine academic rigour with innovative practice to inspire, promote and implement societal change. We try to close the gap between insight and action by bringing together academics from different disciplines with politicians, entrepreneurs, journalists, and artists.
We live and collaboratively work together in the Warburg Ensemble, which provides the conditions for rethinking conventional approaches to work. We host up to 35 fellows and build unlikely alliances.