The DataScientia objective is to provide a set of services that fully respect its key principles about data, its ownership, and its representation.

Which Services?

Person-Centric data

DataScientia considers the centrality of the data about different geographical and social contexts, involving different domains of interests, highlighting the valuable diversity hidden in the data from all over the world.
All data is relevant, for instance the data that allows discovery of the territory, the data about transportation services, e-commerce, healthcare systems, and many others. Last and more importantly, DataScientia believes in the centrality of person-centric data, namely data about people and their role within society.

Person-Centric data are data by people, about people, for people, with people. A key assumption is that everybody should be in control of their own person-centric data. Individuals should be fully empowered in deciding how data are used and for which purpose towards their best interest and of society.

publish data

compose data

archive data

normalize data

data collection

data collection


Live Language

Live Knowledge



Which types of data do we collect?

The data we collect can be classified into five basic types:

  • Media that depicts how the world appears to us, with all its diversity.
  • Data that describes how the world appears to us, i.e., what is true and false.
  • Personal data that describes how we are.
  • Languages that we use to describe how the world appears to us.
  • Knowledge that we use to provide a unitary view of how the world appears to us is the key to the purpose-driven composition of data.

We do not aim for objectivity. Instead, we want to study how local representations of the world emerge and how they can be composed into purpose-driven unitary representations. The focus is on the process of how this happens.