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Use of Safety Equipment in Correctional Facilities
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Correctional Officer Safety is a matter of training, attitude, purchase and maintenance of personal safety equipment.
, and assess perceptions of their effectiveness among correctional officers, management personnel, and union members. The GAO identified a variety of safety equipment types used in federal prisons. Correctional ... movement. Other types of safety equipment not routinely carried by federal correctional officers include pepper spray, batons, and conducted energy devices. However, the data collection and analysis
Thirteen COVID-19 Resources that Use Artificial Intelligence
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Andy Ilachinski and David Broyles, co-hosts of AI with AI, CNA's popular podcast on artificial intelligence, have compiled a timely, annotated list of AI developments and resources related to COVID-19.
Coronavirus The Innovation & Digital Health Accelerator at Boston Children’s   Hospital has developed a dashboard that uses machine learning and social media data to track COVID-19. John Brownstein ... is the most extensive machine-readable coronavirus literature collection available for data mining. Additional resources include a full-text search engine ( CORD-19 Explorer ) and CoViz , an interactive ... a machine-learning-driven analytics dashboard that monitors locally reported COVID-19 cases and notifies users when a region’s numbers change significantly. Algorithms are based on publicly available data
14 More COVID-19 Resources that Use Artificial Intelligence
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Andy and Dave, co-hosts of AI with AI, CNA’s popular podcast on artificial intelligence, have compiled a second annotated list of AI developments and resources related to COVID-19.
being applied and opportunities to leverage it further. Topics include: How agencies and industry experts are leveraging AI for COVID-19 response. Best practices for data management workflows ... every week along with actual coronavirus data, showing how the models fared in the past. “Ensemble” forecasts are useful because they help us understand the most likely outcomes as well as best- ... . The COVID-19 Primer is generated by Primer AI, a machine intelligence company in San Francisco. Discussed on "AI with AI" Podcast 3.30 https://covid19primer.com/dashboard/ C3.ai COVID-19 Data
More than Mar-a-Lago: Understanding Federal Record Keeping
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In the wake of the FBI’s raid on Mar-A-Lago, information management expert Eileen Chollet examines problems with federal record-keeping and proposes solutions.
More than Mar-a-Lago: Understanding Federal Recordkeeping In the wake of the FBI’s raid on Mar-A-Lago, information management expert Eileen Chollet examines problems with federal record-keeping ... internet speculation bloomed about the political and legal implications, this federal records policy expert just shook her head. Total chaos is par for the course in federal records management. What ... copy of a file is the official one, the original magnetic data tapes containing the high-definition moon landing video were erased and re-used. In 2005, NASA retirees began asking why the grainy, fuzzy
ai with ai: Xenopus in Boots
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Andy and Dave discuss the latest in AI news and research, including a report from the School of Public Health in Boston that shows why most “data for good” initiatives failed to impact the COVID-19 health crisis [0:45]. The Department of Homeland Security tests the use of robot dogs (from Ghost Robotics) for border patrol duties [5:00]. Researchers find that public trust in AI varies greatly depending on its application [7:52]. Researchers from Stanford University and Toyota Research Institute find extensive label and model errors in training data, such as over 70% of validation scenes (for publicly available autonomous vehicle datasets) containing at least one missing object box [12:05]. And principal researchers Josh Bongard and Mike Levin join Andy and Dave for more discussion on the latest Xenobots research [18:21].
Andy and Dave discuss the latest in AI news and research, including a report from the School of Public Health in Boston that shows why most “data for good” initiatives failed to impact the COVID-19 ... depending on its application [7:52]. Researchers from Stanford University and Toyota Research Institute find extensive label and model errors in training data, such as over 70% of validation scenes ... on the latest Xenobots research [18:21]. /images/AI-Posters/Season%205/AI_5_8.jpg Xenopus in Boots Announcements / News Why "data for good" initiatives mostly failed to impact the COVID-19 public health
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, and public interest issues including, homeland security, justice and law enforcement, systems modernization and data management and analytics. We provide public-sector organizations with the tools ... • Requirements analysis and concept development • Data management and analysis • Enterprise systems modernization • Vulnerable population protection Simply put, we are problem solvers. CNA offers ... including briefings, graphics, reports, and data visualizations using best practices. 541611 611430 611512 Communications Specialist - Mid BA/BS in Business, Management, Operations, Research, Engineering
StaffLab™
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StaffLab allows leaders to test reorganizations before implementing them, to make data-driven, stress-tested choices.
where StaffLab comes in: by taking the best parts of Human Centered Design, Design Thinking, organizational wargaming, and deft data analysis skills, CNA offers a uniquely practical tool for solving management problems before they happen. StaffLab allows leaders to test reorganizations and other major changes before implementing them. Data-driven, stress tested choices replace uncertainty
Sources for Police Use of Force Data
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Daniel S. Lawrence and Hannah McLaurin provide a variety of resources to help analysts and policymakers find data on police use of force.
Sources for Police Use of Force Data Daniel S. Lawrence and Hannah McLaurin provide a variety of resources to help analysts and policymakers find data on police use of force. /images/InDepth/Cop%20in%20Mask%20resized.jpg Sources for Police Use of Force Data Daniel S. Lawrence & Hannah McLaurin Daniel Lawrence is a Research Scientist Center for CNA’s Justice Research and Innovation. Hannah McLaurin is a CNA System Engineer for CNA's Center for Data Management and Analytics . Recent social movements for police reform have highlighted the lack of data collected or publicly available
Don't Wait to Review Your COVID-19 Response
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Prolonged pandemics, such as the outbreak of COVID-19, pose a particular dilemma as agencies decide when to conduct an after-action review.
of COVID-19, pose a particular dilemma as agencies decide when to conduct an after-action review. The answer is now. Many public health and emergency management agencies are conducting interim reviews ... challenges early and take action to address them before they become systematic problems. Data can be collected through open surveys, periodic hot wash meetings and interviews and monitoring performance
How the Bahamas Can Rebuild Quickly — Learning from Puerto Rico
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What we have learned in Puerto Rico is that when the damage is on a catastrophic scale — as is now the case in the Bahamas — no government can meet the needs of an entire island's population.
. As a result, the U.S. government launched the largest food mission in U.S. history. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) was able to provide more than 30 million meals to the Puerto Rican ... sector by providing novel solutions like setting up temporary mobile electronic data transfer connections to help process bankcards to enable payment for goods. Early in Puerto Rico’s recovery, lack