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The next breakthroughs in business intelligence (BI) and analytics will see machine learning and artificial intelligence used to improve data access and data quality, uncover previously hidden insights, suggest analyses, deliver predictive analytics and suggest actions. What’s more, natural language (NL) interfaces will make it easier for business users without knowledge of data science or query languages to explore
information, gain insights and make better, data-driven decisions.
The pandemic is confronting Americans with important questions about how much and what kinds of surveillance and tracking to accept in support of better health, as well as a revitalized economy.
The tech community is stepping up to help government agencies with free and discounted cloud, security, communications and workflow services.
A contagion model often used to predict the spread of illness can help traffic controllers respond in real time to traffic jams.
Integrated and streamlined information pipelines help the entire team respond to calls efficiently and report information accurately.
The differential privacy used to protect census data may make some of the resulting datasets unfit for many typical use cases, including some required by state and federal laws.
The 2020 census has raised concerns around hard-to-count populations and general confusion with the process, and the coronavirus pandemic only adds more uncertainty.
A state-level data system that supports telehealth, advanced analytics, visualization and reporting could help officials safely and effectively manage their complex mix of patients, facilities and health care staff.
Researchers, industry and governments across the world are developing apps that track possible transmission of the coronavirus based on location data from smartphones.
Robotics, internet-of-things applications, automation and flexible supply chains will go a long way to being better prepared for disasters, a new report says.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning experts are developing tools to tease out insights from nearly 30K research papers on COVID-19.
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