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The approach of making data openly accessible and free for all to use was intended to enable greater transparency and better collaboration. Open Data stands in direct contrast to the proprietary approach, which strictly limits the reuse and further use of data. It opens up, for example, geodata, traffic information, teaching material, scientific publications, statistics and medical research results. In many cases, the data is shared in a free license. Legal open data regulations open up governments and administrative bodies. Open Government has given the Open Movement" political relevance. Huge amounts of data will be required as teaching material, particularly with the optimisation of Al. Transport companies release their data for free in order to enable better mobility solutions. The constantly growing amount of data can be used for many different purposes.

Open Data

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