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
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