Data Policy

Open data is a game changer for cities worldwide — here's how to use it best

London has long been hailed one of the succesful examples of open data management. Image: REUTERS/Maja Smiejkowska

Andrew Collinge

Strategic Advisor, Dubai Digital Authority

Yasunori Mochizuki

NEC Corporation Fellow, World Economic Forum

Shefali Rai

Project Specialist, C4IR India

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