Digital Disruptive Technologies to Co-create, Co-produce and Co-manage Open Public Services
Tuesday, 29th of March 2022
The H2020 project “CO3, Digital Disruptive Technologies to Co-create, Co-produce and Co-manage Open Public Services along with Citizens” aimed at assessing the benefits and risks of disruptive technologies (namely: blockchain, augmented reality, geolocated social network, interactive democracy tools, and gamification) in the co-creation, co-production, and co-management of public services with citizens as Public Administrations partners. CO3 piloted the technologies’ ecosystem in three sites: Paris, Turin and Athens, and evaluated the outcomes of the innovative “Augmented Commoning Area” interaction model between PA and citizens in three dimensions: Social and Cultural, Economic and Legal.
The impacts addressed by the project are:
– Enable Public authorities to develop pathways for the introduction of disruptive technologies while addressing societal challenges raised by such technologies.
– Enhance knowledge on digital democracy based on a thorough understanding of users’ needs and develop new ways of providing public services, of ensuring public governance and of boosting public engagement with the help of disruptive technologies.
– Contribute to developing new practices, to optimize work processes and to integrating evidence-based decision-making processes in public services and in services such as health, education, social welfare, and mobility.
9.00 – Welcome
9.15 – Introduction to the project, Impact and innovation
CO3: Augmented co-creation, co-production and co-management of public services.
Guido Boella (University of Turin – Project Coordinator)
9.45 Technology for social impact
Living-in.EU and the Digital Transformation at the Local Level
Noirin Ni Earcain (DG CNECT C3 Unit)
Local innovation policies
Chiara Foglietta (City of Turin – Councilor for Digital and Ecological Transition)
10.15 – The CO3 platform and its technologies
Introduction, Modular Architecture, Sustainability (FlexiGuided)
The platform components: Civic Social Network, Democracy software, Blockchain wallet, AR, Gamification (UNITO)
10.45 Disruptive technologies for societal challenges: the local contexts
Turin (City of Turin)
Paris – Plaine Commune (IRI)
Feedback from other(s) EU Cities and Projects
11.30 – Break
11.45 – Digital democracy based on a thorough understanding of users’ needs.
Co-design and gamification (Links)
Overall evaluation (Open Lab Athens)
Socio-economic assessment (IRI)
12.20 – Q&A session
12.45 – Conclusions and closing of event.
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