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With the myriad of data scandals plaguing our news feeds over the past few years, a tech insider wants to take a stab at privacy legislation.
In a huge step of the autonomous vehicle industry, the United States Postal Service will test out self-driving trucks for mail shipping over a two-week test period.
Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile are facing unhappy customers after selling real-time location data to third party businesses.
Researchers in Germany and Canada collaborated on a plan to refit A/C units to capture harmful carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and convert it to something useful.
Linda Avery, Chief Data Officer at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Named U.S. Chief Data Officer of the Year 2019 by CDO Club
Experience of chief data officer includes 20 years as managing director of technology at Goldman Sachs and founding co-chair of the LEI Trade Association.
The company is moving into the next phase of its green-vehicle initiative, Project Portal, tackling commercial trucks.
With STEM jobs in high demand, University of Idaho hosts STEM Day to demonstrate to elementary children the opportunities in the workforce of science, technology, engineering and math.
The San Francisco District Attorney enlisted Code For America to eliminate barriers that were limiting the office’s ability to pardon people with possession charges before marijuana was legalized in California.
New York City aims to minimize its carbon footprint by signing legislation requiring plants, solar panels, and/or wind turbines on their roofs.