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02/02/2021
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Google gets in on vaccine plans

Google on Monday announced a suite of analytics and machine learning-based tools that predict how policy changes might impact vaccination rates and gauge community sentiment around the vaccine. The company’s “Intelligent Vaccine Impact” solution is a set of four digital services that includes an information portal, vaccine scheduler and predictive analytical models designed to relieve government officials trying to manage the logistics of vaccinating their resident, said Mike Daniels, Google Cloud's vice president for the global public sector. Ryan Johnston reports.


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Utah makes proposals to fix tech bias

Utah State Auditor John Dougall yesterday announced a series of recommendations for the state government’s software contracting to follow aimed at improving residents’ data privacy and reducing discrimination. The recommendations, which cover the collection of sensitive personal data and the use of artificial intelligence, were published by a commission formed in the wake of the discovery last year that the founder of a surveillance company hired by the state attorney general’s office had ties to violent white extremist movements. Benjamin Freed has details.


Tucson, Arizona, is building a municipal broadband network

A new, municipally-owned broadband network within the city of Tucson, Arizona, will soon begin servicing government offices, students and elderly residents who lack reliable, at-home internet connections, the city’s chief information officer, Collin Boyce, said on Monday. The program is designed to close the digital divide in Tucson. At least 32,000 of the city’s 212,000 households lack reliable internet access, Boyce told StateScoop. Ryan has more.


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Microsoft executive shares a new vision for digital government

The pandemic has elevated the need to improve digital services for state and local government. Cloud can help agencies get there. In a recent interview, Microsoft’s James Collins discusses creating a commercial grade experience for citizens to interact with government online. By leveraging AI, these interactions can be intelligent, intuitive and secure. Hear more from Collins.


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