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Expert Views: Post-Pandemic Trends in Cities

November 13, 2020 / Comments Off on Expert Views: Post-Pandemic Trends in Cities

As city leaders around the world continue to cope with the impacts of COVID-19, they are also assessing which will remain with us in a post-pandemic world. Repercussions of the health crisis, including recession, high unemployment, and the new urban exodus, have highlighted weaknesses and underscore why leaders need to improve public health and other […]

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A Deep Dive Review of the Future of Artificial Intelligence

May 7, 2020 / Comments Off on A Deep Dive Review of the Future of Artificial Intelligence

For this Present Value post, ESI’s thought leadership team sat down with experts participating in our  Driving ROI Through AI research program to gain deeper insight into how companies around the world are currently using artificial intelligence, where the technology is headed, and how it will impact the future of business. Driving ROI Through AI […]

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COVID-19 and the Cybersecurity Challenges Organizations Currently Face

April 16, 2020 / Comments Off on COVID-19 and the Cybersecurity Challenges Organizations Currently Face

As the COVID-19 pandemic persists and more companies are placing greater reliance on digital systems, corporate cybersecurity systems are being put under pressure like never before. Companies have shifted to remote operations, disruption and increased attacks from opportunistic threat actors are mounting, and supply chains have been impacted on a global scale. This is creating vulnerabilities […]

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The Future of Transit Agencies: During and After COVID-19

March 25, 2020 / Comments Off on The Future of Transit Agencies: During and After COVID-19

In our last post about COVID-19 and public transit, I discussed potential short run challenges and long run implications for the epidemic. The short run is now here. Philadelphia’s transit agency, SEPTA, is reporting an 88% reduction in travel on its commuter trains linking the city and the suburbs, and a 60% reduction in its […]

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