By now most local governments are familiar with and are working towards implementing smart cities programs. However, some cities are taking it one step further and are transforming their community in a sustainable way. Check out how you can utilize sustainable innovation in your local government.
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In an exciting progression of our IBM Cloud announcement in February, the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) has recently provided IBM with a full Provisional Authorization for the IBM Cloud Managed Services for Government (CMSG) Department of Defense (DoD) Cloud Service Offering through August of 2019. This update extends IBM’s previous authorization, and enables theRead… Read more »
This blog post is an excerpt from GovLoop’s industry perspective: Seizing the Power of Predictive Analytics in Government. Download the full report here. The data analytics landscape is rapidly evolving, thanks to more powerful and affordable tools for data gathering and processing. These tools are helping agencies make sense of their data and use that informationRead… Read more »
Cognitive computing has fostered innovation in the child welfare system. Learn exactly what this innovation looks like and what next steps are moving forward.
Learn how cognitive technology is revolutionizing the child welfare system.
According to the World Health Organization, 25 percent of adults worldwide report having been physically abused as children. In the US alone, there are around 6 million child protective reports annually. Child welfare professionals often have trouble managing the information they need to do their jobs. Cognitive computing can provide a solution.
Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh is dedicated to higher education, research, and learning, so it makes sense that the buildings themselves are smart. By partnering with IBM, Carnegie Mellon was able to harness the power of data from buildings to improve facility performance, increase efficiency, and advance industry business practices.
Governments have used computing technology since the 1950s, but data has changed. Agencies face new challenges in using data, requiring updated strategies. A recent IBM white paper covers these challenges and provides a path forward to data-driven government.
Cognitive computing is not just a change; it is the dawn of the next era of computing. It capitalizes on the latest technological advancements, a computer system that learns from its environment, while providing solutions to some of the biggest challenges that government faces by providing insights not available until now.
A recent report from IBM lays out the key factors behind social determinants of health as well as tips for governments who wish to establish an effective approach for addressing social determinants to improve health outcomes.