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9-24-12: Open Data for a Better Baltimore
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We live in an information age. Massive amounts of data are produced each day and stored in vast databases. In recent years, a movement has sprung up to put that data to good use. This weekend, a group of hackers and non-hackers alike will convene to figure out ways to use this data to solve problems in Baltimore. The conference is called "Groundwork".
Jason Hardebeck, executive director at gb.tc (formerly known as the Greater Baltimore Technology Council), tells us more about the conference and the great potential open data can have in the right hands.
Also, if you'd like to try your hand at data mining but don't have the tech know-how, gb.tc will host "Big Tools Data Workshop" on Tuesday. They'll teach you what you need to know.
And, "Groundwork" is a part of Baltimore Innovation Week 2012. You can find out about many more events going on this week at their website.