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Technology has seen a big leap in the past decade. We are all connected, day and night, via our smartphones. We can talk to anyone, make purchases, and find answers to our questions whenever we want, wherever we want.
Under the Connected Citizens Program, participating cities and states get filtered data based on aggregated traffic information Waze collects from their communities of drivers.
The Violent Criminal Apprehension Program's system is helping investigators fill in details of the 90 murders Samuel Little has confessed to.
Gains in the accuracy of facial recognition technology over the last four years have been "revolutionary and not evolutionary," according to an expert from the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
By building visual representations of the connections in the data, Beagle makes it much easier to connect the dots and ultimately understand how scam networks operate.
The Agency-Wide Adaptive Risk Enumeration algorithm is already ingesting data, and the Department of Homeland Security plans to put it into production heading in FY2020.
State and local governments are incorporating both emerging and established technologies into their crisis response plans to fight the opioid epidemic.
In new details released on its urban air mobility challenge, NASA says participants should from a consortia to share data.
By using the popular navigation app, Los Angeles can deliver an inexpensive, easy-to-use tool for residents that also reduces the number of emergency calls.
Specialized software combines, formats and manages massive amounts of complex data for accurate and meaningful analysis.
Important questions almost always can be answered better with a combination of quantitative and qualitative research.
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