machine learning

Tuscaloosa, Ala., tackles blight with garbage-truck cameras and AI

by • 2 weeks ago

The city is currently piloting technology that can automatically flag nuisances like overgrown grass or abandoned vehicles and appliances.

Texas launches AI-focused center of excellence for state agencies

by • 3 months ago

The new center will help state agencies incorporate AI into their long-term plans, following the success of a similar strategy to encourage cloud adoption.

Counting cars was once a job in Raleigh — now an AI does it

by • 8 months ago

Officials at the North Carolina capital replaced a slow, manual process of evaluating traffic congestion with cameras powered by machine learning.

The cloud simplifies, improves automation, says Virginia’s CISO

by • 1 year ago

Adding cloud services to an organization’s technology environment may add complexity, but it also simplifies some tasks, says Virginia CISO Mike Watson.

NASCIO report projects AI growth in cybersecurity, digital services

by • 1 year ago

State officials say cybersecurity, fraud detection and other digital services are primed to benefit most from advances in artificial intelligence.

Three GIS trends state governments must embrace

by • 1 year ago

Commentary: Mobility, community engagement, and machine learning are changing how governments operate and reach their constituents, say two Esri engineers.

Virginia state capitol to use machine-learning weapons detection

by • 2 years ago

The Virginia Capitol Police will test a machine-learning platform that's already in use in Utah and at sports stadiums around the world.

New Jersey touts 'first' innovation training platform for state government

by • 2 years ago

The Innovation Skills Accelerator will put state workers through a 10-course program to prepare them for deeper in-person training around topics including AI and blockchain.

How the NYPD is using machine learning to spot crime patterns

by • 2 years ago

The department has revealed "Patternizr," a tool used the past two year years to spot crime patterns nearly invisible to the human eye.