A pilot program showed how agencies could conduct privacy-protecting cross-agency data analysis of personal information by secure multiparty computation.
The Replica technology takes de-identified location data from cellphones and pulls it into a dashboard that shows how, when, where and why people actually move around the city.
San Francisco's ban on facial-recognition puts the city at risk of not only falling behind on technological innovation, but returning digital workflows to manual processes, experts say.
Ongoing fears about privacy violations have left Missouri without a statewide prescription drug monitoring program, forcing its cities, neighboring states and the federal government to create a patchwork of incomplete workarounds.
The success of almost any enterprise, especially a logistics enterprise, hinges on its ability to ingest, process, disseminate and act on timely data, Presidential Innovation Fellow Adam Drake says.
Like fingerprint identification technology, facial recognition has the potential to significantly improve the effectiveness and efficiency of police investigations.
The new Uber Movement Speeds provides street-level traffic in hourly increments for New York, Seattle and Cincinnati, London and Nairobi.
Dynamic authorization with attribute-based access control allows agencies to securely share IoT data by only allowing authorized users access to sensitive data under the right conditions.
Data is critical to spurring practical innovation at agencies, but deriving real intelligence requires context and focus, experts say.
Seismologists at Los Alamos National Laboratory are using cloud computing to conduct a continent-scale survey for seismic signatures of industrial activity, cutting the time it took to complete the work from days to hour.