Webinar: Which Are the Best States for Data Innovation—and How Can Other States Learn From Them?
Across the United States, entrepreneurs and business officials, data scientists, civic leaders, and educators are laying the groundwork for using data to grow the economy and address a range of societal challenges. “The Best States for Data Innovation,” a recent report from the Center for Data Innovation, reviews a series of indicators that rank states on the degree to which they have achieved the key enablers of success in the data economy, including the availability of high-value datasets, the use of important technologies, and the development of human and business capital.
Join Daniel Castro, co-author of the report and director of the Center for Data Innovation, and Paul Taylor, the chief content officer for e.Republic and editor-at-large of Governing magazine, for an online discussion about the report and the opportunities state and local governments have to maximize their potential for data-driven economic development and progress.
Date and Time:
- Tuesday, September 26, 2017, from 1:00-2:00 PM EST
- Daniel Castro, Director, Center for Data Innovation
- Paul Taylor, Chief Content Officer, e.Republic and Editor-at-Large, Governing