GCOF: The Server Room and Data Sharing

The graphic below, ‘The Server Room’ visualises the processes and challenges associated with sharing our data.

It’s been a bit of a wait for the final instalment of output from the Genetics Clinic of the Future – the interdisciplinary conference run by UMC Utrecht and The Responsible Innovation Collective which took place this January.

The fifth and final poster specifically explores data sharing and how we can promote an open data sharing environment. Professor Anthony Brookes led the session, suggesting that the first step toward open ethical data sharing is to share the ‘existence’ of the data to promote the sharing of the ‘substance’. We will be exploring this concept of Data Discovery further at our hack day event Saturday April 5th.

Take a look at the full poster to explore the theme in more detail. A higher resolution image can be found here.

The server room is a graphic exploring the genetics clinic of the future and data sharing

All the graphics from the Genetics Clinic of the Future were produced by ©Ruben Maalman Illustrations.


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2 Responses

  1. Max says:

    thanks for sharing this! but the resolution of the image is too low, the text is not readable.

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