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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.
Machine learning can improve the tax process if it is trained on human-verified historical data, enables personalized returns and provides transparency into how its algorithms make decisions.
The open-source Severe Contingency Solver software can help government agencies better plan for power outages caused by extreme events.
The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity wants a fully automated way to fuse and process the images and spectral data coming from space satellites so that it can spot changes across the Earth's surface in real time.
The database has been accessed more than 1 million times, including some 32,000 times by immigration officials. Police said they will fix the database but not erase it.
Patternizr's pattern-recognizing algorithms are helping the New York City Police Department find relationships among crime types with greater efficiency and less bias.
In the nearly 20 years since they first appeared, application programming interfaces have made it easy for government agencies to share data.
Data and processes standardized across government will drive better decisions and save money, GSA's Jessica Salmoiraghi says.
By automating data preparation and the discovery and sharing of insights, augmented analytics helps users more easily interact with data.
Modern EAM systems integrated with GIS, mobile and automation capabilities can help reduce downtimes, minimize asset replacement costs and improve overall city services.
Fusing geographic data with business information can transform domain knowledge and customer workflows into connected and digital-first ecosystems.
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