Top AI trends to expect in manufacturing, agriculture and government

Information Management Resources

While it’s impossible to predict the future with certainty, technologies that incorporate AI and automation are maturing at an incredibly rapid rate across some industries. Artificial intelligence Data strategy Machine learning

Spotlight: Dorothea Lange

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However, among the holdings of the NARA Still Picture Branch, there are two main series where her photographs can be found: 83-G: Photographic Prints Documenting Programs and Activities of the Bureau of Agricultural Economics and Predecessor Agencies (ca.

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US Government Accountability Office Releases New Report On The Internet of Things (IoT)

Privacy and Cybersecurity Law

On May 15, 2017, the US Government Accountability Office (GAO) released a new report entitled “ Internet of Things: Status and implications of an increasingly connected world.” IoT is also impacting supply chain and agriculture industries, enhancing productivity and efficiency. As IoT technology increases, so too will the regulatory landscape governing its use.

List of data breaches and cyber attacks in June 2020 ­– 7 billion records breached

IT Governance

Florence, AL, government hit by cyber attack (unknown). China launches cyber attacks on government websites and banks following India massacre (unknown). Australian government bombarded by cyber attacks (unknown).

Sodinokibi ransomware gang launches auction site to sell stolen data

Security Affairs

In June 2019, the ransomware hit several managed service providers , while in August the same malware infected the company behind DDS Safe solution used by hundreds of dental offices and at least 23 Texas local governments as the result of a coordinated effort.

The Importance of “Legacy” in Colleges and Universities

Rocket Software

North Carolina Central University, NC Agricultural and Technical State University, Alcorn State University, Tennessee State University and East Carolina University. By Cameron Seay , guest blogger. The global economy runs on mainframes.

A cyberattack took offline websites of the Georgia agency

Security Affairs

“The Administrative Office of the Courts was offline Monday as the state government tried to contain the hack.” This incident follows other similar attacks on government systems, such as the one that hit the city of Atlanta and the Georgia Department of Agriculture. Some court websites of a Georgia state were brought offline after their systems were infected by ransomware in a cyber attack.

German Government Asks Internet Companies to Develop Self-Regulatory Code for Geo Data Services and Proposes Draft Law

Hunton Privacy

On September 20, 2010, the German government under the leadership of the Federal Minister of the Interior held a summit on “Digitization of Cities and States – Opportunities and Limits of Private and Public Geo Data Services.” Approximately 50 experts attended, including the Federal Minister of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection, the Federal Minister of Justice and representatives from various companies, such as Deutsche Telekom, Google, Microsoft, Apple Inc.,

The Internet of Things (IoT): Managing the Data Tsunami


Yet along that path there will be numerous obstacles to overcome – chiefly related to data privacy and governance. The Internet-of-Things has the potential to transform a range of industries – from automotive and agriculture through to healthcare, home appliances and insurance services. Nor that of governments measuring physical stresses on bridges and buildings to safeguard their structural integrity. Data governance holds the key.

Spotlight: Happy Birthday, West Virginia

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The state was created when several northern Virginia counties were admitted to the Union during the Civil War after several years of petitioning the United States Government. West Virginia officially became a state on June 20, 1863 and will celebrate its 157th birthday this year.

Mobile Libraries: Culture on the Go

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government used bookmobiles to promote a concept known as “cultural diplomacy.” The American government was taking a greater role in global affairs following the end of World War II, as the Marshall Plan and the Smith-Mundt Act in 1948 clearly demonstrate.

Telstra warns public trust will crumble unless access to data is limited

The Guardian Data Protection

Telco says diverse agencies accessing data through legal loophole need to follow the same process as law enforcement bodies Telstra has warned that public trust in the security of their data will be eroded if government agencies continue to be allowed access to it without appropriate authorisation.

Knock, Knock; Who’s There? – IoT Device Identification & Data Integrity Is No Joke

Thales eSecurity

The use of IoT technologies holds enormous potential in practically every segment of human enterprise – government, banking and finance, healthcare, retail, agriculture, and ecommerce to name a few. The Internet of Things (IoT) is very crowded. Connected devices outnumber people.

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EU: Competition policy in the digital era (Part 1)

DLA Piper Privacy Matters

The benefits are enormous, as digital communication facilitates exchanges and searches, and enhances consumer choices not only in purchasing consumer goods, but also in finance, healthcare, and producing industries from manufacture to agriculture.

Spotlight: Photographs Documenting the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)

Unwritten Record

They also help inform the public about government photographic resources that are available. Executive Order 6101 , which established the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)*, was signed on April 5, 1933 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

RFID Market – Global Forecast to 2023

RFID Global Solution, Inc.

Target audience of the report: Government bodies, venture capitalists, and private equity firms. Animal Tracking/Agriculture. MarketsandMarkets. June 2017.

Robert Reich: “Saving Capitalism” From Itself

John Battelle's Searchblog

Most of Reich’s argument turns on this simple premise: The debate between “free markets” and “government intrusion” is a false choice. ” Government doesn’t intrude on markets,Reich argues, in fact government creates markets.

Improving economic forecasting with AI


In addition to government activities, this advanced modeling approach has applications in policy analysis, academic settings and other organizations. Real-time, multidimensional economic modeling will enable government policymakers to study the impacts and trends of major economic failures in the world economy from a new, big data analytics perspective. economic activity, including private consumption and investments, government spending and foreign trade and investment.

Stock Footage Spotlight: Historically Black Colleges and Universities in WWII

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The slates listed some names of schools and government agencies. Prairie View students study agriculture and learn to forge machine parts and tools. When scanning films in the National Archives Motion Picture Lab, we sometimes come across images that we want to learn more about.

Ready to lead the 5G revolution


A myriad of use cases is emerging, spanning industries as diverse as transport, retail, healthcare and agriculture. We believe the UK government needs to appoint a UK-based, systems integrator to bring the ecosystem of consultants, network operators, equipment vendors, politicians, cloud providers and end users together. Ready to lead the 5G revolution. Mon, 02/25/2019 - 05:48.

Elevating the value of the digital archives at Waddesdon Manor


For example, the archaeological findings of the Butrint Foundation project will be opened up, and more governance records will be made securely accessible to the Waddeson Manor management team. Real-world digital preservation blog series: The Waddesdon Archive.

Data Intelligence foundations for federal agencies


The “Evidence Act” is a response to many of the challenges that government agencies face such as siloed data due to legacy technology architecture and various classification levels which ultimately makes data sharing difficult. So how do government agencies alleviate this pain? .

Thinking Out Loud: Potential Information

John Battelle's Searchblog

The potential information inside agriculture? What does it mean when government has access to all that potential information? (At The post Thinking Out Loud: Potential Information appeared first on John Battelle's Search Blog.

Laying the foundation of Data Intelligence for federal agencies


The “Evidence Act” is a response to many of the challenges that government agencies face such as siloed data due to legacy technology architecture and various classification levels which ultimately makes data sharing difficult. So how do government agencies alleviate this pain? .

Collecting for continuity and for change: The web archiving experience in Westborough


Once an agricultural and then an industrial community, Westborough has been transformed in the last fifty years by rapid residential, commercial, and corporate growth. By Anthony Vaver, Local History Librarian and Archivist, Westborough Public Library.

Student Societies of Amherst Academy & Their Questions

Archives Blogs

Is the manufacturing interest of our Country more important than agriculture?”. Ought any government to interfere in any religion?”.

White House Releases 60-day Cybersecurity Review Detailing Threats

Hunton Privacy

The epochs of history are long—the Agricultural Revolution; the Industrial Revolution. Today’s announcement is obviously a significant step towards a broader, higher priority approach from the federal government towards the growing problem of securing information and the systems that process it. The White House today released the report from the 60-day cybersecurity review the President ordered in February.

If-Then and Antiquities of the Future

John Battelle's Searchblog

” Or, “If the government had the ability to track everything we do both offline and on, then what might our society look like?” Our agricultural practices and policies?

Predictions 2014: A Difficult Year To See

John Battelle's Searchblog

And I cannot imagine one company or government will solve the issue of climate change (no matter how many wind farms or autonomous cars Google might create), nor will thousands of well meaning but loosely connected organizations (or the UN, for that matter).

Observations on the Cybersecurity Executive Order and Presidential Policy Directive

Hunton Privacy

by passing legislation to give our government a greater capacity to secure our networks and deter attacks.” The breadth of the critical infrastructure concept is intended to allow for companies with common infrastructure and security concerns to collaboration and coordinate with appropriate government organizations regarding cybersecurity issues.

If-Then and Antiquities of the Future

John Battelle's Searchblog

” Or, “If the government had the ability to track everything we do both offline and on, then what might our society look like?” Our agricultural practices and policies?

Web 2 Preview: DigitalGlobe: The World Is The Index

John Battelle's Searchblog

Far and away, he said, the company's largest customer is the US Government. In essence, the US Government uses DigitalGlobe for the same reason it uses FedEx to move military supplies around the world: it's just faster, better, cheaper, and easier. OK, so there's the answer for why the US Government is such a big customer (and it's not just military, of course. There's NASA, there's NIH, there's Agriculture, you get the picture, no pun intended).

Workers Must Watch Out For These Types Of Wage Theft


Many companies perpetrate wage theft by not paying government-mandated minimum wages to their employees. The most cases of wage theft occur in agriculture, poultry processing, janitorial services, restaurant work, garment manufacturing, long term care, home health care and retail industries.