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Crime measurements have been contentious since crime reporting began in 1929, but the FBI’s National Incident-Based Reporting System, scheduled to roll out in 2020, may help.
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Open financial data can make it less expensive for municipalities to borrow money and easier report compliance information.
The D-Wave 2000Q system at NASA's Quantum Artificial Intelligence Laboratory is being used to help Ford Motor Company to reduce energy consumption in commercial fleets.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement wants an enterprise-level system that offers improved video distribution, advanced analytics and easy content management and metadata tagging.
With analytics as a co-pilot, government organizations can break the cycle of slow-moving bureaucracies to move faster and better allocate services.
Besides its own investment in technology, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority examines how innovative technologies can help companies meet their regulatory compliance obligations.
A new report, NYC Data at Work, highlights how open data powers government efficiency in New York City.
The National Governors Association has a released a roadmap to help states leverage new opportunities and stay ahead of the advancing technology.
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