emerging tech

Drones, VR coming to public safety, responders say in emerging tech survey

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Drones, internet-connected vehicles and virtual reality are expected to play a greater role in public safety in the next five years, according to a recent survey by Verizon.

Cincinnati sewer district taps sensors for better data on dumping, COVID-19

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On the Priorities Podcast, an official from the Cincinnati sewer district explains how sensors are changing waste treatment.

States: Heed the power of low-code software development

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Low-code application development boomed during the pandemic. But now the technology’s biggest proponents say it needs careful management.

State CIOs eye satellite internet, chatbots, automation tools

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Satellite internet systems could be a cheaper solution to the digital divide, particularly in rural states, top technology officials said.

What role should innovation play in states’ pandemic response?

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North Dakota CIO Shawn Riley and Utah CIO Mike Hussey said new technologies and ideas helped their states prepare for the pandemic and will continue to aid their responses.

Privacy concerns have states taking it slow on contact tracing apps

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Some states have built contact tracing apps, but a decades-old manual process is the norm in most places as officials address widespread privacy concerns.

Digital Government: The Next Decade — A StateScoop Special Report

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The past ten years have brought government and education the chance to pivot to citizen-first mindsets and cloud. But what will the next decade bring?

Government's technology officials step out from 'behind the curtain'

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Technology officials said they believe the next 10 years of government IT will be marked by a more integrated environment in which their expertise is brought to the fore.

What will the next decade of government technology look like?

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Former Palo Alto, California, CIO Jonathan Reichental said he wants to "make things better." From AI to the cloud, these are the technologies he thinks can make that happen.

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