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Sonoma County balances public health with economic vitality
With a COVID-19 vaccine still in the future, public health officials and community leaders face a difficult decision. How can we balance the wellness of our people with the need to restore economic vitality? In Sonoma County, we’ve taken several ...
AI helps companies meet new data protection challenges
In an ideal world, rules should be based on principles—on what’s right, not what’s easy. In Europe, a good example of that maxim in action is the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a set of rules adopted in 2016 designed to protect ...
The problem with proxy voting—and how Blockchain can help
“The problem with proxy voting—and how Blockchain can help” by Todd Cooper originally appeared on Blockchain Pulse. Corporate governance controls how publicly held companies behave. It guides how decisions get made, from setting broad ...
Applying commercial tech to the global health supply chain
At Chemonics, we believe that those who have the least deserve our best. For more than 40 years, we’ve strived to help people live healthier, more productive, and more independent lives. In 2015, we won the $9.5 billion USAID Global Health Supply ...
How to handle growing storage needs for geospatial data
When a search-and-rescue organization is looking for someone, every second counts. They need to know exactly where they are and what ground they’ve already covered. Organizations like UK Lowland Rescue rely on the accurate, available mapping data ...
How to build trust in AI with blockchain technology
Machine learning and AI are all about data. We give AI-powered systems massive amounts of data to ingest and analyze, and then we trust the results. But I want to know how we can ensure the integrity of those systems, from the algorithms to the data ...
How data can help improve response to natural disasters
Each time there’s a natural disaster, we see the same scenario: Everyone from national government leaders and the military to the small-town mayor and scores of volunteers with big hearts and expertise come together to respond to the event. All ...
Why UK police consolidated software licenses to fight crime
Crime has always been a moving target, but never more so than in today’s digital world. The internet has opened up new channels for illegal behaviors—virtual back alleys where crime can go undetected. Criminals routinely step between the digital ...
Smart Dubai aims to boost happiness with technology
I live and work in Dubai—a cosmopolitan city with a proclivity for superlatives. It boasts the tallest building in the world. It is one of the world’s fastest growing cities, known for its impressive skyline studded with ultramodern architecture ...
Healthy aging with help from high-tech AI and IoT
by Susann Keohane
AI helps enhance global media with video
by Ricky Sutton
Big data helps prove the value of new medicines
by Eros Papademetriou