Data has gotten a bad rap. In the last several years, thanks to high-profile scandals and a tumultuous political climate, there's been an increasing sense that data transparency means a loss of privacy and an infringement on our personal rights by government and corporations. But data shouldn't be a dirty word. In the right hands, and when collected responsibly, data is one of the best tools available for improving the way we live.
Today, Rentlogic analyzes decades worth of building inspection data and then uses an algorithmic approach towards generating a letter grade rating - A through...
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