New Smart Cities Challenges and Opportunities (List)
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Governor Cuomo Announces Autonomous Vehicle Testing to Begin in New York State. Applications for testing available. State Police and Department of Motor Vehicles Will Ensure Safe Testing on New York Roadways
The NSF-WINS Challenges will not only identify a broad set of wireless technology solutions to increase access to the Internet, but will also broaden the dialogue around access in the United States, grow the community of problem solvers and innovators working on these issues and strengthen the network of people working toward a healthier Internet.
The Smart Cities Challenge is a competition open to all municipalities, local or regional governments, and Indigenous communities across Canada. This Challenge will empower communities across the country to address local issues their residents face through new partnerships, using a smart cities approach. A smart cities approach means achieving meaningful outcomes for residents through the use of data and connected technology.
USSOCOM is seeking an algorithm that provides reliable, automatic labeling of buildings based solely on orthorectified color satellite imagery and 3D height data.
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) is pleased to announce the Secure API Server Showdown Challenge, which invites interested stakeholders to build a secure, FHIR server using current industry standards, best practices, and recently issued healthcare-specific implementation guide requirements.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is looking to leverage the full potential of data and technology to address the opioid crisis by hosting an Opioid Code-a-Thon. Participants will use a variety of provided datasets related to opioids and develop a solution to address one of three challenge tracks: Opioid Treatment, Opioid Usage, and Opioid Misuse Prevention.
The Library of Congress (LC) would like to inspire creative use of technology to analyze digital Congressional information from Congress.gov. This could take the form of interactive visualizations, mobile or desktop applications, a website, or other digital creation.
The Functional Map of the World (fMoW) Challenge seeks to foster breakthroughs in the automated analysis of overhead imagery by harnessing the collective power of the global data science and machine learning communities. The challenge will publish a dataset with satellite-specific metadata that researchers can exploit to build a competitive algorithm that classifies facility, building, and land use.
The ODNI and OUSD(I) are seeking ideas and descriptions of a viable technical approach for enabling the automated evaluation of finished intelligence products. For this Ideation Challenge, Solvers are asked to submit their ideas along with a well-supported, technology-based justification for how the proposed approach could rapidly and objectively evaluate analytic intelligence products.
Apply to join the first cohort of Boldline (The P3 Accelerator) by Wednesday, November 29th. Boldline is the U.S. Department of State’s new partnership accelerator aimed to support and scale innovative public-private partnerships (P3s).