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The Economic Impact of Open Data

0 Comments 08 April 2014

“Government agencies collect a vast amount of data that is valuable not only to the agency that collected it, but also to many other stakeholders in the public and private sector. By making their data freely available without restrictions, government agencies can enable the private sector to leverage public data—including weather information, maps, legal filings, […]

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NEW: Big Data: How Open Will the Future Be?

0 Comments 20 March 2014

In a keynote talk at a Big Data conference, I've described how Open Data can help Big Data be a more effective resource.

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Big Data – How Open Will the Future Be?

0 Comments 19 March 2014

A keynote address that opened the Ohio State University Big Data Future conference.

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The Data Revolution is Here: A panel at the World Bank Live in Washington, DC

0 Comments 10 March 2014

video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player “Can open data help reduce energy consumption and thus slow down climate change? Can open data help farmers and crop insurers make better crop predictions? Can open data check the spread of disease? Can the private sector create development impact with open data? Read the blog and replay the video […]

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Open Data Trends: Cities, FOIA, and Open Science

0 Comments 07 March 2014

February saw some major advances in city-based Open Data programs, FOIA reform, and the Open Science movement.

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Open Data, Policy, and Promise: Keynote at the Connecticut Data Collaborative Forum in Hartford, CT

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Open Data Now @NYC: A celebration of Open Data at the GovLab at NYU

0 Comments 24 February 2014

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The Promise of Open Data: Google Tech Talk in Mountain View, CA

0 Comments 16 February 2014

“We can expect to see more businesses large and small grow by using Open Data; more high-value datasets released by government at all levels; more ways to analyze the data for market insights, brand management, and predicting tools; and more research of all kinds using open innovation.” This is Open Data Now.

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