Emerging technologies provide ample opportunity for Health Information Technology (Health IT) to better leverage medical data, facilitate the transfer and disclosure of records, and improve caregiving services to ultimately promote a healthier society.
Search engines have become incredibly adept at presenting the exact information a user desires when inputting keywords into a search bar. They revolutionized how information is accessed and the algorithms behind them are constantly tweaked and sharpened to generate more pinpointed results.
The government’s interest in blockchain technology is no secret. As it continues to explore and support distributed ledger technology (DLT) as both a mechanism for innovation and to improve its own internal operations, it is actively communicating and engaging with the public to convey its progress.
The Senate recently approved its whopping $700 billion defense spending bill for 2018.
Despite the recent news within the blockchain community regarding China’s ban of Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), the United States nonetheless remains steadfast in its commitment to supporting and adopting emerging blockchain technologies.
In June, Amazon’s Founder & CEO Jeff Bezos launched a crowdsourcing campaign to receive input for his first major philanthropy.
On September 23rd, cities from around the United States participated in the National Day of Civic Hacking, a series of volunteer hackathon events designed to facilitate private-public sector collaboration and problem solving by introducing technologists to government innovation opportunities.
We are just two weeks away from the Crowdsourcing Week Seattle Summit!
Road traffic is the 9th leading cause of death every year.