New York’s Excelsior Pass vaccine authentication app may cost much more than first expected.
The state’s Department of Employment Security said close to $15 million has been paid to fraudsters, but the state could have lost as much as $1 billion, one tech exec said.
Intelligent solutions that adopt a zero-trust model can analyze the content and context of each email before it reaches an employee’s inbox.
Speech-recognition technology, semantic analytics and machine learning can flag phone calls in near real time that contain conversations that point to violence or criminal behavior.
Incident management technology’s time-saving collaboration gives first responders and hospital staff more time to focus on life-saving efforts and allows emergency managers to review details of the event and find potential areas for improvement.
State correction departments in Indiana and South Carolina turned to predictive analytics and machine learning solutions to aggregate data and help predict offender violence.
FirstNet is researching ways to provide off-network broadband communications to public-safety workers.
State-based health care exchanges built on software-as-a-service platforms help lower operating costs and increase policy flexibility and autonomy to drive health insurance enrollment.
While practices vary, states are largely unable to determine what share of sales taxes is coming from online sales and often lack an effective way of making sure businesses comply.
The project will deliver very specific climate predictions that will help officials understand vulnerabilities in the New York Power Authority’s grid to future climate impacts.