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POLITICO NY
SUNY, state prepare for transition to artificial intelligence workforce
Nov. 29, 2018: New York’s top business and education leaders are banding together to ease the state’s transition to a labor force based on artificial intelligence, a move they say is inevitable but will require persuading policymakers and workers of its benefits. (Sub)
 
University at Albany
Getting into the Debate
Nov. 15, 2018: How Can Governments Become Connected Participants in Social Media Conversations?

University at Albany
Libraries a Key to Smart Cities? CTG UAlbany Report Explains How
Nov. 1, 2018: The local library is more than just books according to a new report from the research institute CTG UAlbany. So much more.
 
Albany Times Union
Local women harnessing STEAM power
Oct. 29, 2018: When Theresa A. Pardo arrived on the University at Albany campus to begin her first year as an undergraduate, she thought she was destined for a career as an attorney.

 
University at Albany
Using Next-Gen Wireless Technology to Improve Emergency Response
Oct. 26, 2018: At UAlbany researchers are exploring ways to substantially improve the effectiveness of emergency preparedness and response (EPR) in rural communities.
 
University at Albany
CTG UAlbany Celebrates 25 Years of Advancing Government Innovation
Oct. 25, 2018: The University at Albany’s Center for Technology in Government, which conducts world-class research on the role of technology in public policy and management, is changing its name to CTG UAlbany.

 
The Daily Tribune - News of Bahrain
Focus on cloud transformation
Oct. 10, 2018: None
 
University at Albany
University at Albany 2018 Research Report
Sept. 27, 2018: None


Schenectady Gazette
Increased fees for registering vacant properties proposed
July 2, 2018: Mayor Gary McCarthy, citing figures the city worked out with the University at Albany’s Center for Technology in Government, said a vacant building could cost a municipality more than $60,000 over a seven-year period.
 
University at Albany
Developing Intelligent Transportation
May 17, 2018: The team of researchers is investigating the feasibility of applying ultra-wideband (UWB) technology to public transportation systems.

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