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Two Las Vegas roadways digitized for autonomous vehicles
Rules of the road have been put into a digital format and served up to highly autonomous vehicles operating in the region.
For police officers who don't wear their body cams, watchdogs call for stricter penalties
Most officers in the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department wear their body cameras, but some say the department is too lenient on the 20 percent that don't follow policy.
Body-worn cameras reduced complaints and increased savings in Las Vegas police study
A decrease in use of force complaints is among several major benefits found by researchers.
U.S. safety board officially investigating autonomous shuttle collision in Las Vegas
Though reportedly caused by human error, the incident could be a learning experience, the government says.
Las Vegas' driverless shuttle involved in crash on first day
The autonomous vehicle was at a standstill when it was struck by a delivery truck going in reverse.
Driverless shuttles will share roads with the public in new pilots
Government agencies are testing the autonomous technology in two of the earliest offerings available to the public.
Las Vegas innovation district garners support from Cisco, IoT startups
Monitoring traffic patterns, pedestrian activity and utility usage are among the early goals for the entertainment capital of the world, as city leaders test a new generation of technology.
Bloomberg charity expands 'What Works' Cities initiative
The Bloomberg Philanthropies initiative to expand the use of data in cities' decision making expanded to add 13 additional cities last week.
Police endanger civil rights with body camera policies, report says
A "scorecard" evaluating the way that 25 different localities use police body cameras charges that many departments need to reevaluate their policies.