This report, authored by Jim Samuel, Margaret Brennan-Tonetta, Marc Pfeiffer, Clinton Andrews, and Matthew Hale, identifies concepts, strategies, principles, and policies aimed to enhance the “availability, accessibility, usability, and governance of open data,” and is intended to support research, decision making, planning, and reporting efforts for anyone seeking information regarding New Jersey.
NJSPL has teamed up with the RUCI Lab to work on an adaptive digit recognizer mechanism which can better predict and “read” the digits written by a user.
The latest NJSPL blog discusses the value of utilizing artificial intelligence and open data to better benefit people and businesses alike. The open data movement is intended to take data out of the confines of the technologically privileged few and make it easier for all people to use, reuse, and consume data.
New Jersey State Policy Lab: Catalyzing the Information Economy: Moving Towards Strategic Expansions of Open Data-Driven Value Creation
‘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.