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Digital Governance and the Power of Big Data: Transforming Government in the Digital Age

2024-01-04T09:12:43-05:00

By Tarun Reddy Arasu The continued growth in the use of technology by governments is reshaping public administration and redefining how governments interact with citizens, businesses, as well as with other governments. As a result, digital government platforms have become a cornerstone of modern governance, offering the potential to enhance the efficiency and accessibility of public services. [...]

Digital Governance and the Power of Big Data: Transforming Government in the Digital Age2024-01-04T09:12:43-05:00

Internet Skills and Perceptions of E-Government Remain Steady in the Face of Greater Economic Hardship

2023-11-30T09:50:13-05:00

By Grace Maruska. E-government offers new, innovative ways to help connect individuals with public services. Navigating our post-pandemic world, however, requires deeper understanding of how various factors [...]

Internet Skills and Perceptions of E-Government Remain Steady in the Face of Greater Economic Hardship2023-11-30T09:50:13-05:00

Examining Low-Income Community Solar Program and Energy Justice in New Jersey: An AI-based Crowdsourcing Study

2023-10-23T10:59:34-04:00

By Yao Sun. The 2019 New Jersey Energy Master Plan: Pathway to 2050 mentioned that the state’s Clean Energy Act commitments include, “Developing a community solar program that allows more state residents to benefit from solar energy [...]

Examining Low-Income Community Solar Program and Energy Justice in New Jersey: An AI-based Crowdsourcing Study2023-10-23T10:59:34-04:00

Digital Technologies Might Not Necessarily Reduce Cognitive Bias and Inequality

2023-10-16T15:11:18-04:00

By Canyu Gao Human decision-making is complex and shaped by a variety of factors that sometimes result in ostensibly irrational behavior. Despite significant progress in documenting factors that systematically bias decision-making, much less is known about how to correct these biases. This gap in knowledge is significant because cognitive biases often contribute to poor decisions [...]

Digital Technologies Might Not Necessarily Reduce Cognitive Bias and Inequality2023-10-16T15:11:18-04:00

Report Release: The Relationship Between New Jerseyans’ Digital Literacy, Perceptions of E-Government, & Trust in the State Government

2023-11-14T11:26:09-05:00

By Seulki Lee-Geiller and Abigail Alcala. Public trust in government is crucial for a functioning democratic society as it signifies a belief that government has the right to govern and make decisions on behalf of the population [...]

Report Release: The Relationship Between New Jerseyans’ Digital Literacy, Perceptions of E-Government, & Trust in the State Government2023-11-14T11:26:09-05:00

Report Release: First, Do No Harm: Algorithms, AI, and Digital Product Liability

2023-09-21T09:44:00-04:00

By Marc Pfeiffer. The relatively recent introduction of publicly accessible artificial intelligence driven chatbots (e.g., Bard, Bing, ChatGPT, Claude) have focused public attention on the broader individual and societal harms that can result from algorithms [...]

Report Release: First, Do No Harm: Algorithms, AI, and Digital Product Liability2023-09-21T09:44:00-04:00

How Can Digital Credentialing in the Safety Net Meet the Needs of Domestic Violence Survivors?

2023-08-14T09:24:44-04:00

By Andrea Hetling and Abigail Alcala. Administrative burdens are the costs and barriers individuals face when accessing government services. Such burdens are one reason why low-income families, who often need the most support from public sources [...]

How Can Digital Credentialing in the Safety Net Meet the Needs of Domestic Violence Survivors?2023-08-14T09:24:44-04:00

Growing Cybersecurity Concerns for Telehealth Services  

2023-07-21T10:10:24-04:00

By Heather Butler and Soumitra Bhuyan. Healthcare organizations are increasingly vulnerable to cybersecurity breaches, which put patients’ safety, privacy, and financial stability at risk. Statistics have shown that from 2014 to 2022, 14,655 data breaches were reported in the United States [...]

Growing Cybersecurity Concerns for Telehealth Services  2023-07-21T10:10:24-04:00

Validating the Impact of a Community-Engaged Approach on Persistence with Digital Technology Among Older Adults

2023-07-27T10:54:49-04:00

By Epiphany Munz, Donita Devance, and Diane Hill, Ph.D. The Office of University-Community Partnerships/Center for Health Equity and Community Engagement (OUCP/CHECE) and Advocates for Healthy Living Initiative (AHLI) approach to keep older adults engaged and active using digital technology emphasizes community partnerships, participant feedback, and opportunities to recognize and celebrate achievement.  In keeping with this [...]

Validating the Impact of a Community-Engaged Approach on Persistence with Digital Technology Among Older Adults2023-07-27T10:54:49-04:00
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