Traditionally, creativity has been seen as more of inspiration than perspiration, occurring randomly to select individuals. Now the process of developing creativity has been democratized and large proportion of people have access to the ‘art’. Thus open data has soared in usage. Sitting in a small town in India, one can access websites of global organizations or think tanks. From a farm in South America one can access online memberships of most resourceful libraries across oceans. This has propelled a unique ecosystem where projects are shared online. This access generates greater data using business analytics which then further fuels open sources. Weather reports can be cited as example where just two hundred years back, data used to be collected at random intervals and not even daily. Now number of government bodies and private players including startups have based their entire business model on weather reports alone.

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