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Public health experts agree that Americans need to stay home as much as possible, but the Trump administration has not yet issued clear guidance to federal workers.
As the coronavirus spreads in the United States, emergency medical providers are scrambling to keep up, with key direction on how to protect themselves lagging behind the unprecedented threat.
The CHARIoT Challenge will award over $1 million in prizes for solutions that can emulate and transmit scenario-accurate data streams for augmented reality devices that will help public-safety personnel communicate and respond more efficiently.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning can analyze large amounts of data and offer insights leading to deeper knowledge about diseases and enabling health officials to make better decisions throughout the entire evolution of an outbreak.
First responders sickened by COVID-19 could create gaps in the workforce at a time when their services may be in high demand.
Researchers with the National Institute of Standards and Technology have evaluated the methods investigators use to access data on damaged or locked phones.
A test of the Smart City Interoperability Reference Architecture demonstrated that technology that any common operating picture technology must simple and operation-ready for responders to seriously consider it.
Police across the country solving cold cases by uploading crime-scene DNA to databases where purchasers of genetic testing kits share their DNA in hopes of finding long-lost relatives.
A machine-learning-based model helps the Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire see which buildings in the city are at the highest risk of a fire and prioritize safety inspections.
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