The Department of Transportation announced finalists for its Smart City Challenge from the nearly 80 submissions it received.
The Massachusetts Big Data project charts the growth of big data activity in the state.
Code for the tools developed by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency include those for analyzing social media, RSS feeds as well as satellite and spectral images.
The Interoperability Proving Ground is a simple, searchable, open community platform for basic information on electronic health records interoperability projects.
Working with both MIT’s Sustainable Design Lab and the Lincoln Laboratory, Boston may be able to significantly cut costs and boost its energy resilience.
A majority of federal agencies have not yet established or leveraged big data expertise -- partly because of an imbalance in investments.
The federal website performance tracking site now features 10 agency-specific dashboards.
The Dynamic Weather Routes system quickly updates and analyses weather information to cut airline flight times and find alternative routes.
The National Cancer Institute and Department of Energy will use exascale computing power to help identify patient-derived cancer treatment.
The winner of the Department of Transportation’s Smart City Challenge will receive more than $50 million in funding and support to improve its transportation network.
Researchers are working to decipher how the brain’s visual system processes information in hopes of advancing machine learning algorithms and computer vision.
Nonstandard data that requires caveats, qualifications and explanations makes meaningful analysis and comparisons among jurisdictions nearly impossible.