A Look at the Eight Newest Startup in Residence Companies
Plus, Callyo names Steve Ressler its new president, Seminole County, Fla., to accept payments in Bitcoin — sort of, plus more.
Eight New Startup in Residence Companies and What they Worked On The companies are
Callyo Names Steve Ressler its New President
Ressler, founder of GovLoop, is taking over the helm
at the growing police tech startup after leaving GovLoop earlier this year. The company's founder, Chris Bennett, will focus instead on building out its products.
Seminole County, Fla., to Accept Payments in Bitcoin — Sort Of
Likely the first in the nation to do so, the county is using a third-party vendor to allow users with Bitcoin and its cousin Bitcoin Cash to pay in cryptocurrency. It will then convert it to U.S. dollars and send it to the county tax collector
IBM Lets National Lab, University Use Quantum Computing Power in the South
The company has developed some early quantum computing processors, and now it's letting students, faculty and researchers at a couple institutions
How Are States With Lots of Seniors Regulating Autonomous Vehicles? There's a big group of people reaching senior citizen status soon, and as they begin to lose the ability to drive themselves they will present a transportation challenge. And as it turns out, they are packed disproportionately into certain states. So when it comes to self-driving vehicles, which might be able to help these people get around in their old age, how are those states responding?
GovTech company on our radar this week:
Open Data Nation
: Offering predictive analytics in multiple subject areas to local government.
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