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Analyzing factors such as population density, demographics, climate and transportation statistics could help policy-makers find strategies that could control the virus without taking a huge toll on the economy, one researcher says.
As municipalities around the country roll back their use of facial recognition technology, the California city is the first to ban the use of predictive policing.
By simply changing how choices are presented to constituents, agencies can change behaviors.
A new reports suggest the city’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority monitor mask use and physical distancing, speed passengers through stations and reduce touchpoints as commuters return to public transit.
As governments lean into data-driven pandemic response, one expert offers insights into how agencies can make their data visualizations more transparent and trustworthy.
The National Institutes of Health launched a secure, cloud-based research hub that will apply machine learning to a massive clinical COVID-19 dataset to inform best practices for resource allocation, drug discovery and treatment options.
Data and analytics can provide insights into domestic abuse plaguing both children and adults during the pandemic.
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