Standards established by the Deepfake Task Force will enable the creation of a more powerful, flexible and reliable emergency alert system that can create messages in hundreds of languages and dialects – via text, audio or video.
Smart data integration and secure management of digital identities will help local governments better serve their communities, a new report says.
At least a dozen states are giving residents access to the software and web tools needed to map out how their government should represent them.
Due to the lasting impacts of COVID-19, governments have realized that the old ways of budgeting are no longer sustainable, and new technologies are needed to accelerate digital transformation.
Fraudsters are sending out emails and texts saying that an expired driver’s license must be updated and directing victims to online forms that collect personal information such as a Social Security numbers and dates of birth.
The 3,800 square-foot structure, which is the largest 3D-printed structure in North America, cost one third as much as traditional facilities to build and is expected to last for decades.
Just as hurricane warnings are needed ahead of storm, full information on COVID-19 cases, deaths and hospitalizations is vital during the pandemic, public health experts say.
Agencies can apply for a free three-month license to Nexar’s CityStream service that delivers crowdsourced dashcam data for insights into how work zones affect traffic and safety.
Pittsburgh will connect 131 city facilities on its new unified citywide fiber network as part of the NetPGH initiative.
Cyber navigators train local officials how to prevent and respond to cybersecurity breaches and keep an eye on big security compromises and phishing threats.