Presentation Open Access
This example demonstrates citizen science as a form of participatory democracy that directly influenced government policy, while a dedication to open science principles with open source licensing of all material allowed creative solutions to flourish. This was part of Taiwan's wider aggressive response to COVID-19 that resulted in zero confirmed locally transmitted cases since April 2020 until the time of this talk in September.
The citizen science network behind the mapping platform is g0v (pronounced "gov zero"): https://g0v.asia/
Many thanks to Hung-Ying Chen for valuable insights and comments during the development of this talk.
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