Facial recognition technology and the analysis of cell phone location data and social media posts is expanding the reach of law enforcement investigations.
Now that the election is over, state and local governments are turning their attention to ways that data and geographic information systems can aid in redistricting efforts.
Those charged with unemployment oversight need the ability to monitor large volumes of unemployment insurance claims, registration and other types of data to identify patterns and signals pointing to potential fraud.
Department of Health and Human Services has launched a challenge to boost the capabilities of Synthea, an open source tool that creates simulated patient records.
States are struggling to plan their vaccination programs with just one week’s notice for how many doses they’ll receive from the federal government. The incoming Biden administration is deciding what to do with this dysfunctional system.
Almost any IP-enabled camera can be turned into a multipurpose roadway monitoring device that, coupled with artificial intelligence, can fuel decision-making for policing, traffic monitoring, parking management and environmental improvement.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency wants geolocation data on U.S. business operating in sectors considered essential to U.S. homeland security.
The ground-up approach makes PlanetSense a scalable, location-based intelligence-gathering platform.
Census Bureau workers from across the country claim that efforts to speed up and streamline the count generated major confusion – and, in some areas, may have reduced data quality.
Maryland is using a single cloud-based platform for social service caseworkers that saves time, eliminates silos and better serves beneficiaries of child, juvenile and adult assistance.