Innar Liiv is Associate Professor of Data Science at Tallinn University of Technology and a Research Associate at Oxford University’s Centre for Technology and Global Affairs. He also belongs to the Future of Public e-Governance expert group at the Foresight Centre at the Parliament of Estonia. He was previously a Cyber Studies Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Oxford (2016-2017), a Visiting Scholar at Stanford University (2015), and a Postdoctoral Visiting Researcher at the Georgia Institute of Technology (2009). His research interests include e-government and data science, social network analysis, computational social science, information visualization, and big data technology transfer to industrial and governmental applications. He is currently exploring an interdisciplinary research question, ‘How to use data science to improve governments innovatively and successfully?’