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What Is Artificial Intelligence, and How Will It Benefit Agencies?

FedTech Magazine

Supervised learning sees humans training models, while more advanced,… This includes machine learning (ML), deep learning and neural networks requiring vast computing power and many iterations. Traditional analytics is based on historical data, but AI is predictive and consists of different methods.

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Using our Public Service Leadership Model to become a better supervisor

Partnership for Public Service

But what about supervising? Whether it’s one direct report, four people or a team of 10, supervising is often a side responsibility placed on those who demonstrate high performance in their area of expertise. More often than not, supervising is also the hardest skill to develop during your next career phase. Self-Reflection.

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Hennepin County/Minneapolis turns around children and family services, reverses high rate of repeat problems

Rebuilding Place in Urban Space

more money more staff more training more supervision more monitoring reduced case loads better organization of and provision of services to families in need Are there lessons for the rest of Minnesota? ," part 4 Not rocket science.

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Park system ratings for 2023 | Trust for Public Land ParkScore® rating system

Rebuilding Place in Urban Space

From the article: Park size was not significant after controlling Supervised activities and onsite marketing were significantly related to increased park use and MVPA [moderate to vigorous physical activity] person hours.

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Governor Newsom Appoints Deputy State CIO and CDT Chief Deputy Director

California Department of Technology

Rising through the ranks, he supervised the IT Business and Support Services Unit at the Department of Pesticide Regulation before becoming a System Test Analyst at the INC Project at the California Franchise Tax Board in 2005.

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Episode 67: CRA Tips: CRA Tips: Regulatory Change Part I: Compliance Risk – The Only Constant is Change

CRA Today

Regulators will continue to enhance their focus on oversight, supervision, and enforcement. Episode 67: CRA Tips: CRA Tips: Regulatory Change Part I: Compliance Risk - The Only Constant is Change [link] It’s going to be a year-end like no other, and regulatory change continues to be front and center.

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Correctional History Preservation Presentation

iGrantWriters

Nearly 50 years later and NIC continues to provide services to corrections, facilitating a safer, more humane, and effective criminal justice field for officers, staff, and supervised populations.