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Yelp’s New Public Data Initiative

by Travis Korte

The Center for Data Innovation spoke with Luther Lowe, Yelp’s director of public policy, at the Yelp headquarters in San Francisco. He discussed a new Yelp program called LIVES (Local Inspector Value-Entry Specification) in which the company ingests municipal health data to augment its core restaurant rating service.

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