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In this blog we are talking about what you can expect for this years tax season and how to better prepare for next season.
In this blog we are talking about the controversial question the Trump Administration wants to add to the 2020 Census.
Machine learning has the potential to be an extremely beneficial tool in improving the efficacy of our decision making, but the technology is only as effective as the quality of the data provided. Here we look at examples of and how data biased by race and gender produces biased Artificial Intelligence.
It’s been almost a decade since the last US Census, so we’re due for another one. Learn here about some of the new technologies that are being implemented to enhance the process.
Hamden, CT has scanned all of their land records, going all the way back to the 1700s. Read here about this huge project and how different towns are approaching bringing their records online.
Smart devices are ripe for hacking, which is why Japan is going to see just how vulnerable its citizens are.
Looking at what’s to come in the new year in terms of the CIO role, cybersecurity, and more.
In this GovNews blog, we are talking about how technology is having a positive impact on crime rates throughout the United States.
Predicting your death, Netflix, and the future of AI are all tied together in this blog from our sales team.
Redaction can be a struggle even for professionals. Learn about the latest redaction error in the news that occurred when Paul Manafort’s lawyers improperly redacted a legal filing.