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Smart city & open data : à qui profitent les données ouvertes ?

Abstract : Some metropolises provide data portals with a three-fold objective: to open public data; to allow citizens to reach these data in a way to facilitate their life and decision-making; to support the economic development of the territory by supplying these data to developers who use it to create applications. In other words, to become a “smart city”. On the basis of Latour’s theory of the actor-network (ANT) which includes non-human actors, we shall define the place of the citizen and the developer in these portals and the functions of mediation which they provide. We shall deal with strategies and stakes of these metropolitan portals’ interfaces that show negotiations and choices whether these data are readable by the citizens or intended for data professionals. To illustrate our words, we shall lean on the study of eight metropolitan portals.
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Françoise Paquienseguy. Smart city & open data : à qui profitent les données ouvertes ?. CIST2016 - En quête de territoire(s) ?, Collège international des sciences du territoire (CIST), Mar 2016, Grenoble, France. pp.351-356. ⟨hal-01353651⟩

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