Dat seeks to increase the traction of the open data movement by developing better tools for collaboration.
FOIA Machine will aid journalists and private citizens in accessing millions of important governmental documents around the world that are covered by freedom of information laws (which exist in more than 90 countries).
Numina is a data collection tool to create analytics for places. We will deploy plug-and-play, machine learning-based sensors in high-risk neighborhoods for evaluation by the City of St. Louis Health Department. The resulting real-time pedestrian counts will help assess local physical activity interventions and inform recommendations for St. Louis' new Complete Streets initiative.
The Knight Prototype Fund helps media makers, technologists and tinkerers take ideas from concept to demo. With grants of $35,000, innovators are given six months to research, test core assumptions and iterate before building out an entire project.
The program recognizes that with the cost of experimentation dropping, innovators should have the opportunity to test their greatest ideas and explore many options before choosing a final path. When successful projects emerge, Knight Foundation can help them scale.
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