‘Open data’ refers to government data, and all data that is made publicly available with little to no restrictions for use, reuse, and distribution, to support transparency, innovation, and creative interactions, leading to insights-driven value creation.
Research: Adaptive cognitive fit: Artificial intelligence augmented management of information facets and representations
Artificially intelligent technologies that can adapt information representations to overcome cognitive limitations are necessary for complex information environments.
Digital equity – what it is, how it’s defined in the field, how it’s related to public policy, and why it matters in NJ
The difference in Americans’ reliance on smartphones to access the internet may influence the activities they engage in.
Alumnus Jacob Persily discusses the potential and the challenges associated with the critical rollout of the Covid-19 vaccine.
Crowdsourcing tools exist to solve real problems, enabling planners to study cities by providing new and better access to spatial data,
On Friday, October 19 the Bloustein School will host Representing the City: Technology, Action, and Change, a day-long symposium exploring the possibilities and challenges of information technology in democratic planning practice for social justice. The symposium...