In a knowledge-based economy we have access to unprecedented levels of data from all over the world. Numerous databases are gathering information on a wide range of topics including public safety, resource usage, employment trends, economic growth, and civic engagement, to name a few. When properly analyzed, this data can be used to solve important urban problems before they begin.For this assignment you will explore a collection of civic and community-focused databases, select one to review, and submit your responses to a series of questions in a Word document.Full instructions:1. Follow this link to view the 200+ civic databases compiled by the Harvard Kennedy School:DATA-SMART CITY SOLUTIONS (Links to an external site.)2. Pick a data project that interests you, delve into the information gathered there, and submit your responses to the following prompts:Which data project did you select and why?In your own words, describe what kind of information is being tracked by this database and its objective.How is the information gathered (i.e. crowd sourcing, sensors/monitors, etc.) and how would you rate the reliability and or accuracy of that data?What questions are they trying to answer with this data?What kinds of projects could leaders use this information to create or advance?Please make sure that you provide a detailed response to each of the above five prompts. As always, please proofread for spelling, grammar and mechanics.