NYC Open Data 101, Smart Cities, plus Budgets, Civic Engagement, Property Tax

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111 8th Ave

111 8th Ave · New York, NY

How to find us

Enter at the Google NYC 111 8th Ave entrance at the corner of W. 15th Street

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Details

Doors open at 6:00pm and ends around 8:30pm

Entrance information and security:
We will enter at 111 8th Ave at the corner of W. 15th Street and use the designated Google entrance. Please bring your government issued ID.

Start Time 6:30pm

Title: Open Data 101 using NYC open data to build smart cities
Speaker:
Ralph Yozzo - Open Data Advocate

Abstract:
There is a lot of open data in government and New York City is the biggest open data source. Come and learn about many of the datasets and what you can do to build web applications to make the data accessible to everyone. For example, https://tax.tidalforce.org/ takes the New York City Assessment Roll and graphs it and allows you to compare between properties.

There are 1000's of datasets and you can build any web application based on government data and help build the smart city of tomorrow, today.

It is also Budget season and we will study the state of open data with respect to transparency and efficiency.

Bring your questions and applications.

Host / MC:
Michael Gold
Michael is the Entrepreneur in Residence at NYU's Future Reality Lab where he is commercializing cutting-edge augmented reality technology.

His previous work experience includes:
- Co-founder & CEO, Holojam; Patented technology for social AR & VR experiences. Sundance 2017 Best VR & SXSW 2017 VR/AR Top 5 Finalist.
- Co-founder & CTO, Clubster (acquired 2017); experiential marketing consultant to LG, Starbucks, and Target