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The city has entered into a five-year partnership with Caltech, which will use an innovative new research field to collect mountains of data on earthquake activity for public safety applications.

Boston-based Partners HealthCare—now known as Mass General Brigham—plans to spend more than $100 million on a five-year initiative to boost digital innovation and improve the patient experience.

The 2019 year-end recap episode of StateScoop’s Priorities podcast touches on several of the most outstanding stories of the year. “The bad actors are becoming more sophisticated. They’re using social media... They’re using AI to look to have more insight into the organizations that they’re targeting.”

There was no "Mr. Watson, come here – I want to see you" moment; instead, 50 years ago in 1969, there was an attempt to login on ARPANET that ended after "lo" because of a system crash. That inauspicious moment led to our connected world of 2019, a time when more than 4 billion people have internet access, and the number of devices connected to internet networks is more than double the global population.

Legislation introduced by U.S. Rep. Conor Lamb would direct the U.S. Department of Energy to enhance the security and reliability of America's electrical grid.

Recent technological advancements in small, unmanned aeronautical vehicles, or UAVs, have brought a new line of low-cost and user-friendly drones to the market. Several law enforcement agencies in the Panama City, Florida, region have taken notice and recently started using some of the latest drone technology for emergency operations.

Members of a task force established by Gov. Kim Reynolds in July 2018 offered ideas Wednesday during a meeting in Perry aimed at strengthening rural areas of Iowa.

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