Aclima and Google release a new air quality data set for researchers to investigate California pollution

Read the full story at Techcrunch.

As part of the Collision from Home conference, Aclima chief executive Davida Herzl released a new data set made in conjunction with Google.

Free to the scientific community, the data is the culmination of four years of data collection and aggregation resulting in 42 million air quality measurements throughout the state of California.

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