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From electrified pavement that can charge vehicles and delivery robots that collect data to flying taxis, transportation experts sound off on what we can expect highways and byways to look like in 2050.
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From satellite Internet to ground-station-as-a-service, space tech is a big — and increasingly well-funded — deal that's poised to have a big impact on state and local government.
We asked state chief information officers where they stand on blockchain, chatbots, AI and robotics to find out what new technologies have the potential to be more than just buzzwords.
The latest and greatest technologies often start as projects in university laboratories across the country. Here are a handful of innovations in the works that could transform gov tech in the coming years.
From the future of transit to research still in the lab to space-based technology, our July/August magazine looks at emerging tech gaining ground and what it could mean for state and local government.
Chief Risk Officer Rob Main discusses balancing privacy and security, growing North Carolina's cyber workforce, and how his office is helping local governments build cyber capacity.
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