Center for Technology in Government Director and Rockefeller College Professor J. Ramon Gil-Garica along with researchers from Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México have conducted a study on how artificial intelligence techniques can be used to boost government decision-making by gearing public spending toward increasing GDP, decreasing inflation and reducing income inequality.
Researchers at the Center for Technology in Government have been working with the New York State Board of Elections (NYSBOE), Albany Law School, IDC, and the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy on U.S. voter registration practices.
CTG Director Ramon Gil-Garcia was one of 35 UAlbany faculty honored for their promotion to associate professor, full professor, and associate librarians.
Read the new article by Mila Gasco Hernandez and colleagues about the role of organizational capacity in the development of Barcelona (Spain), Milan (Italy), and Munich (Germany) as smart cities.
Read about CTG UAlbany new faculty fellows program, designed to serve as a platform of intellectual exchange and an appreciation for interdisciplinary scholarship.
In a new publication, “Systematic Mapping of Long-Term Urban Challenges,” published in the journal Sustainability, CTG UAlbany’s Mila Gascó-Hernandez and co-authors Ralf-Martin Soe and Lill Sarv from Tallinn University of Technology utilized a case study approach to identify the long-term problems faced by local governments in their “smart city” efforts.
CTG UAlbany’s Meghan Cook quoted in press release announcing the launch of a shared shared services program designed to assist NYS counties with cybersecurity for government systems across the state, including tools to protect against ransomware attacks.
A review of the current state of open innovation written by CTG UAlbany Research Director and Rockefeller College Associate Professor Mila -Hernández along with researchers from the Business School in Belgium and the Royal Military Academy of Belgium was published in Public Management Review.