GobLab UAI joins the Ibero-American network of public innovation
December 12, 2017
For four years, the public innovation lab of the Government School, GobLab UAI, will be part of INNOLABS, an Ibero-American network promoted by NovaGob.Lab (Spain) whose purpose is to convert these centers as key actors in public innovation. The proposal will be funded by the Ibero-American Science and Technology Development Program, CYTED.
“This network will allow us to connect with other laboratories to share good practices, disseminate our research and projects and create joint initiatives,” says María Paz Hermosilla, Director of GobLab UAI whose central task is to improve the quality of life of Chileans through the use of methodologies such as the analysis of massive data or Big Data.
The participating countries are Argentina, Mexico, Brazil, Chile and Colombia who, together with meeting to share their own local experiences to create guidelines and collaborate in facing common problems, will seek to make the key institutions of their countries aware of the importance of these Public innovation centers in the solution of social issues.
The network is integrated by NovaGob.Lab, PoliLab (National University of Rosario, Argentina), U-GOB Technology in Government (Mexico), Hacker Laboratory of the Chamber of Deputies of Brazil, GobLab UAI (Chile) and LABCapital (District Oversight of Bogotá, Colombia).