SXSW 2018: From Publishing City Data to Solving Problems

SXSW 2018: From Publishing City Data to Solving Problems

I was on a panel March 2018 at SXSW, talking about my work with open data, sharing this stage with the smart:

ADRIENNE SCHMOEKER, New York City Mayor’s Office of Data and Analytics

MARY TOBIN, Brownsville Partnership

ZACK BRISSON, Reboot

Sharing stories from the front lines of data impact, we will shine a light on progress and pitfalls in New York City’s quest to make city data accessible and useful to all New Yorkers. Five years after NYC’s pioneering Open Data Law was passed, open data is still often perceived as a tool for a niche community of “civic techies.” Yet new user research and tales from the trenches show how open data has the potential to help a much wider swath of city residents create impact in their communities.

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