DENVER (AP) Colorado is launching a program to bring government, business and tech communities together to make public data more accessible and help expand the state's economy.
The information to be shared on computer devices could include access to capital, business locations, business partners, higher-education resources and potential competition.
According to the Denver Post, teams of Colorado computer application developers, marketers and entrepreneurs are competing to find ways to tap into the data.
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