Kate Roddy

City

Universal broadband: New York City announces search for partners

by Kate Roddy • 1 year ago

The local government plans to bring high-speed internet to every home and business in the city by 2025.

City

Body-worn cameras reduced complaints and increased savings in Las Vegas police study

by Kate Roddy • 1 year ago

A decrease in use of force complaints is among several major benefits found by researchers.

State

Facial recognition is helping Arizona police close criminal cases

by Kate Roddy • 2 years ago

By partnering with the transportation department, police can access a database of driver's license photos to match images of suspects against known identities.

City

Sectors unite to discover smarter government at U.S. Data Innovation Day 2017

by Kate Roddy • 2 years ago

The free event will explore how technology can "improve quality of life and transform how government operates."

City

Police body-worn camera study finds absence of 'civilizing effect'

by Kate Roddy • 2 years ago

Researchers involved in the Washington D.C.-based study found that — at least locally — the cameras aren't helping to de-escalate tense situations.

City

U.S. safety board officially investigating autonomous shuttle collision in Las Vegas

by Kate Roddy • 2 years ago

Though reportedly caused by human error, the incident could be a learning experience, the government says.

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