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3 critical challenges in open data initiatives

Open data is making its way in advanced countries like the United Kingdom and the United States but also into Latin America. Chile is among the top 15 countries of the Open Data Barometer 2014 edition—a global ranking led by

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From Ideas to Implementation: 3 Ways to Ensure that Citizens Have Access to Information

Good urban governance begins with open access to information. São Paulo, Brazil offers a number of lessons for making data accessible and encouraging public participation. (Photo: Gabi Sakamoto / Flickr) How do we make cities work for people? As a

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Impact Of The Internet Age

Throughout human history, different periods have been captured by a defining theme: the dark age, the industrial age, the information age, and the list goes on. The twenty-first century is no exception. With several significant events taking place, specialists have

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Open Data for Sustainability Performance Assessment in Brazilian Cities

Abstract Background: The current volume, velocity and variety of open data allows agility and lower costs when studying or researching several elements around the theme of city development. The main objective of this research is to examine the sustainability performance

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