There's no denying that this edition of our member newsletter is a jam-packed one. As coronavirus cases continue to rise, many are starting to wonder if lockdowns could return in the near future. Experts, however, just don't see this as a political reality. Don Sweeney explains why.
We're also highlighting this week the myriad challenges facing schools as they attempt to safely reopen this fall. Michael Kirby shares some important takeaways from a recent hearing of the House Education and Labor Committee.
And as communities continue to debate police reform strategies, law professor Andrew Guthrie Ferguson explains why these conversations should also consider the high-tech surveillance permeating today's criminal justice system. "Technology cannot address the deeper issues of race, power and privacy that lie at the heart of modern-day policing," he writes.
Get an inside look at how state and local agencies are using technologies like Google Cloud and Dialogflow to enable remote workforce collaboration and engage citizens with tools like virtual intelligent agents. Join us for the webinar on July 15 at 2 p.m. CDT.