Tags machine learning

Virginia state capitol to use machine-learning weapons detection

by • 2 months 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 • 3 months 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 • 6 months ago

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

Virginia Tech data program boosts local agencies short on analytical resources

by • 8 months ago

The university's "urban computing" program is putting municipal data on crime, transit and education in the hands of enterprising graduate students.

Government CIOs focusing more on analytics — those who aren't will 'fall behind'

by • 8 months ago

New survey data from research firm Gartner shows that AI and machine learning are also ranked among the top technologies set to transform organizations.

Machine learning is helping this North Carolina county keep up on property assessments

by • 1 year ago

Wake County is now required to do assessments in half the time, but new software is helping the revenue department not fall behind — and even improve the accuracy of its valuations.

Except Utah, state governments are way behind in AI use

by • 1 year ago

New research shows that state government is one of the slowest adopters of what Gartner calls “the most disruptive class of technologies” going today.

Under new CEO, Premise brings crowdsourced research to government

by • 2 years ago

The company pays users for taking photos, walking certain routes, or answering questions that help government fill knowledge gaps.

Automation tools are enabling Washington D.C. to publish its laws much faster

by • 2 years ago

A process that once took months can now be completed by a single person in just one week.

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