AR and VR can transform government work beyond the pandemic — if done right

In an op-ed, ITIF's Ellysse Dick explains how AR and VR have the potential to transform the way the government works if done properly.

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The latest round of federal funding will enable universities and colleges across the state to purchase new security software, video-conferencing equipment and remote-desktop software.

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A new collection of resources for university faculty draws insight from a nationwide student survey that identified challenges students faced following the shift to remote learning during the pandemic.

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The lab will support interdisciplinary research of the largest global challenges, such as climate change, public health, food security and energy systems.

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Gov. Henry McMaster announced a $1.3 million investment in datacasting technology to ensure remote education access for about 5,000 students across the state.

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As part of the Federal Data Strategy 2020 Action Plan, the White House recently published a curated data skills catalog and a data ethics framework for public comment.

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The new partnership intends for students completing degrees abroad to have access to clean and safe study spaces during the pandemic.

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Quantum computing, in particular, should be accounted for as agencies build zero-trust security architectures, said the deputy federal CIO.

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"The IT is very powerful," Army Cyber Command's top general said of the new headquarters for his command.

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Between 7.am and 9 p.m., four public libraries will provide free public Wi-Fi to support students at families without home access.

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From optimizing transportation to applications in fighting COVID-19, the new institute includes a national laboratory hoped to encourage interdisciplinary research.

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