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03/24/2022
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Focusing on the future

As the world emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, government leaders are trying to build organizations and societies that are more connected, inclusive and resilient to future shocks, according to an annual report published by Deloitte this morning. Deloitte's Bill Eggers said the report finds that "what we’re seeing right now is governments really try to focus on being future-ready." Colin Wood has the story.


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The iPhone Wallet IDs are here

Arizona yesterday became the first state to offer digital versions of driver’s licenses and identification cards that can be stored in Apple’s Wallet app. That means that residents who own iPhones or Apple Watches can add their IDs to those devices. For now, though, the digital IDs are only being accepted by TSA checkpoints at the Phoenix airport. Benjamin Freed reports.


Can lidar address traffic deaths?

Officials in San Jose, California, are experimenting with lidar technology on their roadways in a bid to calm a recent uptick in pedestrian deaths, the city's chief innovation officer, Clay Garner, said yesterday. “In order to really understand how and why these crashes are happening, we need an ecosystem of different types of sensors at our most vulnerable intersections and corridors to capture near-misses of pedestrians,” Garner said during an Nvidia event. Colin has the story.


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Why school districts need to be more transparent on cyber

This week on the Priorities Podcast: K12 SIX’s Doug Levin explains why more school districts don't disclose cyberattacks, and why that should change. And Maryland's first-ever chief data officer, Pat McLoughlin, explains his approach. Listen to the podcast.


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