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Canada Open Access Key to Better Internet in Canadian Cities: Panel
Canada needs to adopt an open access infrastructure model if it’s going to provide Internet service competitive with the bandwidth and prices offered elsewhere in the world.
Canada Canada: Liberal Party Wins Majority Government After New Brunswick Election
New Brunswick Progressive Conservative Leader David Alward steps away from the voting screen after voting, Monday, September 22, 2014 in Woodstock, N.B. New Brunswick voters are going to the polls in a general election.
United States U.S.: When Humans Lose Control of Government
Modern government is organized on “clear law,” the false premise that by making laws detailed enough to take in all possible circumstances, we can avoid human error. And so over the last few decades, law has gotten ever more granular. But...
United States U.S.: Predictive Policing - The Promise and Perils
As analytical tools have become more sophisticated and data sets much larger, the ability to forecast crime has grown more nuanced.
Canada Canada: Privacy and the Internet of Things - Practical or Paranoia?
The IoT has enormous potential for enterprises, but data privacy has to be considered.
Canada Islamic State Creates Dilemma for Western Nations
Fight the Islamic State and more recruits will be drawn to the militant group; leave them alone and people of Iraq and Syria continue to suffer.
United States U.S.: Predictive Policing - The Promise and Perils
As analytical tools have become more sophisticated and data sets much larger, the ability to forecast crime has grown more nuanced.
United States U.S.: How Collaboration Leads to Public-Sector Innovation
Innovation is a perennial buzzword in government and technology circles, but it’s not easy to come by when government is used to doing things in traditional ways -- and it doesn’t come without risk.
United States U.S.: Do We Need a Million Fewer Federal Employees?
The Washington Post published an interesting opinion piece on Aug. 29, suggesting the best way to have a better and smaller government is to hire another million federal employees between now and 2035.
United States U.S.: Boston CIO Discusses Importance of Connectivity in City Services
Jascha Franklin-Hodge says connecting with the city’s tech community is part of his job, as is making sure technology in City Hall is running well and up-to-date.
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