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Using Big Data as the Foundation for Success
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Kathy Cutler, CIO, DLA

In DLA, big data could really be called giant data. We have a non-stop stream of supply chain data, acquisition data, personnel data, information management data and financial data. There’s more data than we know what to do with –...

5 Data Science Projects Ethically Utilizing Big Data
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Data science boom has paved the way for resolving complex problems and drive innovation. The advancements made in mathematics, computing capability and data storage by data science is used by developed countries to improve and stabilize their...

3rd Annual Smart Cities International Symposium Coming to Chicago
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The 3rd Annual Smart Cities International Symposium & Exhibition, January 22-24, 2019 in Chicago brings together thought leaders and practitioners from around the world to explore the most recent technology advances, business models,...

Technology Gives Eastern Students a Competitive Edge
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Elsa M. Núñez, President, Eastern Connecticut State University

Fascinating new technology tools are being used by Eastern Connecticut State University faculty to prepare students for a global economy driven by technological change. The latest technology is allowing students to see and react to the world...

Incentivizing Next Generation Technology
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G Nagesh Rao, Chief Technologist, 2016 USA Eisenhower Fellow, US Small Business Administration

The future of next generation technology and innovation lies in the heart of the public sector enabling and willing to let that development come to fruition which is only feasibly executed via the private enterprise. Thus the notion of empowering...

AI: Accelerating Decision-Making
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Nigel Duffy, CTO, Sentient Technologies

The key to victory is to make more appropriate decisions more quickly than one’s opponents. This critical insight, developed by U.S. Air Force Colonel John Boyd, is embodied in his OODA Loop concept. The principle applies as much to business...

Data Science: 3 Lessons Learned From My First Year Working With Data in DC
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David Elges, CIO, DC Government

In this article, I will share with you three lessons that I learned while working at the DC Government that uses data to solve the most complex problems in the District of Columbia impacting the Districts most vulnerable citizens its children....

Enhancing Rural Medicine and Healthcare
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Dorst, Chief Information and Innovation Officer, Tahoe Forest Hospital District

From an app that makes up to date critical care algorithms readily available, to a portable blood count monitor used for taking measurements in the home, the old proverb that asserts necessity is the mother of invention has held true at Tahoe...

Leveraging the Power of Diversity
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James Collins, CIO, State of Delaware

Leveraging the Power of Diversity Diversity and inclusion (DI) in the information technology (IT) field is a subject that has garnered a lot of attention in recent years due to insufficient availability of diverse talent to address increasing...

Modern Interconnectedness Demands Regional Solutions
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Jon Walton, CIO, San Mateo County

We live in an extraordinary time in the history of human civilization–never before has the globe been “flatter” and have people been more interdependent. In every context imaginable–business, personal, and political –...

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