In the News (165)

University at Albany
Study: Information Sharing Key to Smarter Cities
June 27, 2019: Big cities that want to get ‘smarter’ need strong executive leadership and must effectively share more information across departments according to researchers at the University at Albany.
cityandstateny.com
How should the MTA update its signal technology?
April 29, 2019: Hany Elgala, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University at Albany talks about our project on UWB.

Rockefeller Institute of Government
Research and Practice in Progress Briefing on Local Government in New York 2019
April 22, 2019: Progress Update: Combating Urban Blight in the Capital Region and Mohawk Valley – The Community Officials Data Exchange (C.O.D.E) John Coluccio, Department of Utilities, City of Schenectady, and Meghan Cook, CTG-University at Albany
The Conversation
7 unexpected things that libraries offer besides books
April 1, 2019: Local libraries are often thought of as places to check out books or engage in some silent reading. But libraries offer so much more than just what can be found on their shelves or done in hushed tones.

 
Albany Times-Union
7 unexpected things that libraries offer besides books
April 1, 2019: Local libraries are often thought of as places to check out books or engage in some silent reading. But libraries offer so much more than just what can be found on their shelves or done in hushed tones.
Municipal Matters (New York Conference of Mayors)
Seven Challenges Facing Local Governments in the Digital Age (Download Required)
Feb. 5, 2019: When two global innovation-focused organizations convene for one day, something big is bound to happen. And it did.

GovTech
Local CIOs Network to Keep Tech in the MIX
Jan. 15, 2019: The Metropolitan Information Exchange, a small, prestigious group of local-level chief information officers, has released its annual list of priorities and challenges to help public-sector leaders understand the CIO role.
 
POLITICO NY
SUNY, state prepare for transition to artificial intelligence workforce
Nov. 29, 2018: New York’s top business and education leaders are banding together to ease the state’s transition to a labor force based on artificial intelligence, a move they say is inevitable but will require persuading policymakers and workers of its benefits. (Sub)

 
University at Albany
Getting into the Debate
Nov. 15, 2018: How Can Governments Become Connected Participants in Social Media Conversations?
University at Albany
Libraries a Key to Smart Cities? CTG UAlbany Report Explains How
Nov. 1, 2018: The local library is more than just books according to a new report from the research institute CTG UAlbany. So much more.

 
Albany Times Union
Local women harnessing STEAM power
Oct. 29, 2018: When Theresa A. Pardo arrived on the University at Albany campus to begin her first year as an undergraduate, she thought she was destined for a career as an attorney.
 
University at Albany
Using Next-Gen Wireless Technology to Improve Emergency Response
Oct. 26, 2018: At UAlbany researchers are exploring ways to substantially improve the effectiveness of emergency preparedness and response (EPR) in rural communities.

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