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Information that is openly available and machine readable has the potential to foster greater entrepreneurship, more innovation, and better performance
In the quest for new sources of growth to support the American economy’s flagging dynamism, policy reform now looms as the most promising “low-hanging fruit” available.
Norway now sits atop Legatum’s Index, while Singapore claims top billing for the World Bank.
Fifty-six years post-Sputnik, where are we in basic research prowess?
Could a manufacturing boom be held back by the Affordable Care Act?
The JOBS Act was supposed to make it easier for entrepreneurs to raise capital and for individuals, but is it?
The Economist is out with its latest “Technology Quarterly” and it’s proving to be another excellent read
From 1850s London comes one of the earliest example of Big Data at work, saving countless lives along the way.