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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.
By tapping into standards-based micromobility data in cloud exchanges, cities get information to better plan infrastructure improvements and residents services.
Graph analysis uncovers contextual information inherent in connections and can yield incredible insights that do not surface through other primitive analyses.
Research described with more words and more markers of verbal confidence received more award money from the National Science Foundation.
Securities and Exchange Commission is looking for a subscription service that would help it monitor risk, improve compliance and inform policy with respect to digital assets.
Less than a 2 percent difference in the 2020 population count could mean gaining or losing a congressional seat.
IBM's Diversity in Faces dataset is an annotated collection of 1 million facial images drawn from pictures and videos compiled from Creative Commons data available on Flickr.
The Defense Advanced Research Project Agency's SubT Integration Exercise asks teams to quickly and remotely map, navigate and search underground environments.
To create an environment in which data-driven decision-making can thrive, agencies need to provide analytic capabilities that require no coding and that are intuitive to non-experts.
The accuracy of digital maps depends entirely on their level of detail, fact-checking and update frequencies.
The One Concern platform aims to deliver hyper-local damage assessments within 30 minutes.
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