Source: Registry of Open Data on AWS
For years, science fiction writers have spelled out the technological marvels and doomsday scenarios that might result from artificial intelligence. Now that it’s a part of our lives, argues Catherine Stinson, those working in AI need to take their work’s social and ethical implications much more seriously
A good response by Nate and colleagues. Lots of work to do in this area.
Lessons from the Sanford Data Collaborative.
Tableau workbook for Franklin County ER overdose visits
Franklin County, OH Emergency Room Suspected Drug Overdose Visits
Source: Workbook: Franklin County
Their estimates on household budgets (survival and stability type) by family type are pretty awesome (in terms of data for simulation models).
ALICE®, a United Way acronym which stands for Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed, represents the growing number of individuals and families who are working, but are unable to afford the basic necessities of housing, food, child care, health care, and transportation.The United Way ALICE Report includes a series of new, standardized measurements that quantify the size of the workforce in each state that is struggling financially, and the reasons for why. These measurements provide a broader picture of financial insecurity than traditional federal poverty guidelines.
This issue includes a report by ISPOR on “A Health Economics Approach to US Value Assessment Frameworks”.
Very interesting stuff. It may be helpful to think about how linking their insights with real-time law enforcement and public health may provide a “Smart” Social Services System.
This is a story about Laurel, who is using a protective services case discovery platform, Traverse®, to surface “dark data” to identify trends across the agency and make positive changes in the community.
RStudio Cheat Sheets The cheat sheets below make it easy to learn about and use some of our favorite packages. From time to time, we will add new cheat sheets to the gallery. If you’d like us to drop you an email when we do, let us
Source: Cheatsheets – RStudio