There remains massive potential for data integration between sectors to create comprehensive urban health profiles while also expanding industry within that city.
Open data – data sets that are freely available to the public – allow other organizations to contribute to processes they would normally be excluded from.
This month, CC’s Michael Carroll presented on openly licensing data at a workshop for Intergovernmental Organizations jointly hosted by the World Bank and UNESCO.
Open data has significant potential to foster civic innovation. Here we look at the big winners of the NYC Open Data Contest 2018, to see how private individuals have used open data to provide creative solutions for contemporary problems.