The National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) has published a new report that discusses recent trends and research in the use of generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) technology aimed at helping states improve disability empowerment efforts, and offers recommendations for state technology organizations pursuing those applications.

Rhode Island Gov. Dan McKee on July 15 hosted the inaugural meeting of Rhode Island’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) Task Force, which includes members from the state’s public and private sectors.

The Department of Education’s Office of Educational Technology (OET) recently released a new report that offers guidance to AI developers while they create tools that will be leveraged in education.

Bloomberg Philanthropies has named 23 mayors from across North, Central, and South America to join the organization’s City Data Alliance. As part of the alliance, the mayors will receive multi-year operational and technical coaching on how to leverage data and artificial intelligence to assess needs, strengthen services, and codify policies that enshrine and spread results-based practices across their city hall organization.

New Jersey has launched the NJ AI Assistant, a generative AI-powered platform for New Jersey State employees that will serve as a safe, “sandbox” environment for state employees to use AI to responsibly improve government services and operations.

Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders has launched a new working group to study and offer recommendations for the safe use of artificial intelligence (AI) within Arkansas state government.

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