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Disruption from the pandemic adds to existing worries around the accuracy of this year’s census data, including the introduction of a technique to protect residents’ privacy and a potentially low response rate stemming from distrust in the government.
The Department of Transportation is building an online platform for federal, state and local governments and automated vehicle manufacturers to post data on AV testing activities.
As the initial wave of the pandemic plateaus, data leaders have time to refresh the data strategy and define tangible steps to ensure data quality, reduce time to get actionable insights, share data with external stakeholders and increase data literacy.
The debates about reimagining existing law enforcement practices must include a discussion about police surveillance because technology cannot address the deeper issues of race, power and privacy that lie at the heart of modern-day policing.
Staff at Tennessee State Parks built GIS apps to assess risk to visitors and staff, keep the governor’s office informed and alert the public to changes in parks’ status.
Organizations, eager to limit liability for employees and customers, are considering a variety of emerging technologies for limiting pandemic spread.
By focusing on mortality rates among racial and ethnic minorities, Penn State researchers found that the privacy-enhancing data technique caused undercounting in rural areas and overcounting in cities.
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