Digital transformation is affecting all parts of our society and politics is no exception. With every U.S. presidential election, innovators get the chance to test new technologies on the political stage. If they succeed, their products could garner attention and be used worldwide.
Join us Tuesday, July 12, at 8:00 a.m. PDT / 3:00 p.m. GMT for the next episode of Modern Workplace, “Digital Politics: New technology in motion,” for a first-hand look at the new tools that both the Democratic and Republican parties are using in the 2016 presidential election. Learn which technologies are making an impact and how you can apply them.
- Stan Freck, senior director of Civic Technology Services at Microsoft, shares some of the tech innovations being used in political campaigns, including how new apps are informing an electoral process that is over 100 years old.
- Patrick Stewart, director of Business Intelligence for the Republican National Committee, discusses how data visualization is playing a crucial role in the 2016 election cycle and takes a look at some of the emerging technologies.
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