Many UK government bodies are still ‘a long way’ from routinely publishing their data, open data expert Sir Nigel Shadbolt has warned. By Charlotte Jee | Computerworld UK | Published 11:20, 12 August 15 Since 2010 the government has officially …

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Businesses and governments are seeing more evidence of open data building economic value and more efficient public services, ODI founders Sirs Tim Berners-Lee and Nigel Shadbolt told a press conference at the Open Data Awards earlier this month, together with …

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The Open Data Institute says it sees signs of “network thinking” in the open-data programmes and startups it acknowledged in its second set of annual awards. CEO Gavin Sparks said “companies that go from closed, through shared, to open data …

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