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Open Data in Developing Economies: How Countries in Latin America and the Caribbean are Embracing a New Asset for Development

The GovLab features three projects, two in Latin America, and one in the Caribbean, to reflect on how open data was a new asset for development. They draw upon the newly developed Periodic Table of Open Data to analyze what elements made a difference in creating these impacts.
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Datos abiertos en economías en vías de desarrollo: poniendo en práctica lo aprendido

Muchos países en vías de desarrollo se enfrentan a desafíos específicos que los datos abiertos podrían ayudar a combatir.A pesar de esto, no siempre se alcanza el éxito. Presentamos una tabla periódica que puede ayudar a la efectividad de los datos abiertos.
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Open Data in Developing Economies: Translating Learning into Practice

Read about the findings of the last report by The GovLab together with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), development nonprofit FHI 360, and the World Wide Web Foundation. In the report, they analyze how open data could be used as a new asset for development...
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Three ways crowdsourcing is being used to demand government transparency

Corruption remains a serious development challenge for Latin America and the Caribbean. Thus, in an effort to identify innovative ways to promote transparency and combat corruption, the IDB’s Division of Innovation in Citizen Services has partnered with Mexico’s Secretariat of...
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Open-source Solutions to Improve Children’s Lives

In the International Development field, “open-source solutions” mean that a technological approach to a development challenge has the possibility to be transferred to another part of the world with a similar issue and the same tool can be adapted to local context. Let's take a...
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Data Collaboratives: exchanging data to create public value across Latin America and the Caribbean

Data collaboratives are a new type of public-private partnerships aimed at creating public value by exchanging data across sectors. These partnerships are emerging as a possible way to unlock useful data collected by corporations in a responsible manner and ensure its vast...
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The IDB is committed to the open source model for development

Continuing with the IDB's strategy of openness, in this blog post we introduce a new knowledge-based product from that, added to our existing offering, it will contribute to generating solutions to the development challenges of countries in Latin America and the Caribbean.
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Need an improved solution to a development challenge? Consider Collaborative Design

The challenges faced in the development and public policy arenas are often complex in nature. Devising relevant, practical, and innovative solutions requires intensive research, analysis and expertise from multiple sectors. Could there be a way to streamline this process and also...
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Is open artificial intelligence an upward trend?

So-called artificial intelligence is a science and set of computational technologies inspired by the ways people use their nervous systems to feel, learn, reason and act. While advances in artificial intelligence have been inconsistent and unpredictable, there have been...
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