Emerging Tech

DHS tests new tech that could bring emergency alerts to vehicle screens

The new integration between IPAWS and technologies like GPS navigation will allow for the almost real-time dissemination of critical information to the public in their vehicle’s center console screen. 

Emerging Tech

Tourism and the metaverse: Towards a widespread use of virtual travel?

Although tourism in the metaverse will not be able to replace outdoor experiences, it can be used to promote sites that are not easily accessible or are ignored by tourists, who can discover them virtually.

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What Web3 and the blockchain revolution mean for law enforcement

A decentralized internet is an opportunity for criminals and terrorists to exploit an unregulated, anonymous and decentralized landscape.

Emerging Tech

NIST to release new playbook for AI best practices

Researchers will stress a socio-technical approach—which examines the human impact on technology—to mitigate biases in artificial intelligence systems.

Emerging Tech

Make AI accountable by adding redress tools, researchers say

The white paper from the University of California, Berkeley also called for regulators to appoint an ombudsman to investigate complaints and monitor issues with the technology.

Emerging Tech

Scientists are turning data into sound to listen to the whispers of the universe (and more)

Data sonification converts data into sound. It has powerful applications in research, education and outreach, and it also enables blind and visually impaired communities to understand plots, images and other data.

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Smart cities grow up

Rather than technology driving smart city projects, today’s efforts focus on outcomes and ecosystems.

Emerging Tech

Tech to limit speeds on New York City fleet vehicles

The city is piloting intelligent speed assistance technology on 50 of its fleet vehicles across nine agencies to prevent cars from going over posted speed limits.

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25 emerging tech trends to watch

The selected technologies in the 2022 Gartner Hype Cycle feature immersive tech, accelerated AI and innovation around how products and services are built.

Emerging Tech

Beijing invests in virtual humans

The city government wants to invest nearly $900 million to build a technology, business and governance ecosystem for virtual humans that leverages Web3 technologies.

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Farmers can save water with wireless technologies, but there are challenges – like transmitting data through mud

Using wireless sensor technology, farmers can monitor the condition of crop soil and increase their water usage efficiency.

Emerging Tech

Semiconductor bill to fund 20 regional technology hubs

The CHIPS and Science Act authorized $10 billion for the hubs, in an effort to expand tech jobs and manufacturing beyond the country’s traditional innovation powerhouses.

Emerging Tech

Cheaper 3D printing uses little nozzles and a ‘slicer’

The new approach increases printing resolution and size as well as significantly decreases printing time.

Emerging Tech

The time is now for quantum-safe security

Agencies must understand what data is at risk and mitigate that risk with crypto-agile solutions as post quantum crypto standards are finalized.

Emerging Tech

Mixed reality headset helps measure forests

With a Microsoft Hololens and the VegSense app, researchers have developed a suitable, low-cost alternative to traditional classical field measurements of vegetation below the canopy.

Emerging Tech

It’s time for digital self-sovereign identity

As digital IDs gain momentum, their shortcomings—and the need for digital, decentralized self-sovereign identity—become more apparent.

Emerging Tech

Blockchain, Web3 and the potential for government transformation

Blockchain brings accountability and transparency to municipal processes and empowers constituents more than ever before.

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