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To avoid the perils of individual-level monitoring systems, cities must focus on how to leverage technology that enables the collection, analysis and reporting of data while protecting privacy.
With more people wearing masks to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, facial recognition developers are building datasets of images featuring masked faces and upgrading existing solutions.
Agency records management responsibilities didn’t disappear, they just got more complicated.
Researchers at Argonne National Laboratory are using the Theta supercomputer to simulate the spread of COVID-19 throughout Chicago so researchers can learn how the virus spreads.
Maps and red-yellow-green indicators for key indicators give decision-makers a structured understanding of how a state or county is performing.
Although government and industry are deploying systems involving infrared thermal cameras to perform fever-screening, there is a glaring lack of clinical evidence that they work.
The Government Accountability Office plans to review how agencies implemented remote work solutions.
As summer brings hurricanes, wildfires and other disasters to much of the country, the novel coronavirus has upended nearly every plan in the disaster response playbook.
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