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Synthetic fraud can be stopped by 2026, report says

GCN

Fraudsters have used fake identities made from real information to steal billions from governments and businesses, including unemployment insurance and PPP loans.

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Building the Foundation for Public Sector Use of Generative AI

FedTech Magazine

Gartner predicts that about 80 percent of enterprises will have used generative AI applications or application programming interfaces by 2026. Businesses have embraced generative AI too. Government agencies might be on a lower trajectory, however.

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AWS announces $50 million Generative AI Impact Initiative for public sector organizations

AWS Public Sector Blog

This global initiative is open from June 26, 2024 through June 30, 2026. To respond to these challenges, AWS is committed to helping public sector organizations unlock the potential of generative AI and other cloud-based technologies to positively impact society.

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New business building: A new priority for CEOs

McKinsey Public & Social Sector Insights

Business leaders predict that by 2026, half of their revenues will come from products, services, or businesses that haven’t yet been created. Why is new business building emerging as a top priority for CEOs and companies? Partner Vivek Lath explains how new business building can help bridge that gap through sustainable, inclusive growth.

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County puts ‘Band-Aids’ on power shortage pain

GCN

The electric utility serving Loudoun County, Virginia, cannot power new data centers until 2026, leaving the county looking for temporary solutions.

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Smart Cities Depend on Edge Computing, but Securing It Remains a Challenge

State Tech Magazine

Spending on edge solutions worldwide is expected to be $208 billion in 2023, rising to $317 billion in 2026, according to IDC’s latest study. State and local governments are embracing edge computing in a big way. Several factors are contributing to this increased investment. At the state and local level, edge is the backbone of smart cities.

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Scale Up Your Agency’s Success

GovLoop

Agencies have a lot of data to manage and that can get costly – it’s estimated that 45% or more of all enterprise IT spending will be used toward public cloud solutions by 2026.