Whitespace’s New Contact Metrics Are a Powerful Tool for Predicting Disease Outbreak

Sam Leung • January 7, 2022

Whitespace teamed with epidemiological researchers in study find that Contact Metrics – which measure close interpersonal contact, a key driver of disease spread – better explain COVID-19 transmission at a municipal level than mobility data. […]

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Happy Holidays 2021

Jessica Lee • December 8, 2021

Happy Holidays from the Sensemakers at Whitespace! We are in the middle of the holiday season (from fall through January) and it’s a great time to take pause and embrace the richness of our Country […]

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Thanksgiving 2021

Melissa Gaillard • November 24, 2021

Thanksgiving is considered the official start of the holiday season. It gives each of us the chance to dedicate a day to express our gratitude. This Thanksgiving season is extra meaningful for families across the […]

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What it Means to be “In the Whitespace”

Sam Leung • November 17, 2021

You have probably seen this image before. At first glance, we see a cup or maybe a chalice, drawn in black. As our eyes adjust, we see the profile of two faces in the white […]

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A Week in St. Louis – GEOINT 2021 Cont.

Sam Leung • October 15, 2021

Sam’s Presentation – USGIF’s Innovative Tradecraft Competition This second part of our week at GEOINT started a few months ago. Over the summer, we came across the release of the application for the second annual […]

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A Week in St. Louis – GEOINT 2021 Cont.

Sam Leung • October 15, 2021

Pat’s Class – Advancing Geospatial Tradecraft in a Digital Proving Ground: Creating Scenario-Based Training within Simulated GEOINT Data Sets – Whitespace Patrick Kenney has developed and instructed Activity-Based Intelligence courses for over seven years. He […]

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