A new report from Stanford University found that in 2022, U.S. governments are doing a lot of talking about AI, but they’re also taking a lot of action. Last year 35 percent of all state-level AI bills were passed into law.
The deputy director of the Office of Educational Technology at the U.S. Department of Education said last week that her team will be releasing the first Federal report on AI in education in the coming weeks.
As AI technologies continue to evolve at a rapid pace, a new bill in California aims to shape AI policy across the state and help increase consumer privacy and protection.
ChatGPT, the chatbot technology launched by OpenAI late last year to much fanfare for its ability to create highly realistic narratives, may also end up delivering advantages to hackers who need to upgrade their phishing email pitches, according to new research released by BlackBerry.
Before leaving office at the end of his term earlier this month, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan touted recent advancements for the Maryland Total Human Services Integrated Network (MD THINK) platform.
While many colleges across the country have rolled out autonomous robots to help deliver food and supplies to students across their campuses, the University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin) is taking a slightly different approach to delivery robots. Before rolling out a robot delivery network on the campus in 2023, researchers at the university will use a fleet of robots to understand and improve the experience of pedestrians who encounter the robots.
The White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) issued a new blueprint for an “AI Bill of Rights” to help guide organizations on the development and deployment of artificial intelligence, in an effort to help protect the rights of Americans in the age of AI.
Tracy Barnes, chief information officer (CIO) for the state of Indiana, said the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technologies are a crucial component of the state’s automation strategy. Employing the latest automation tech, he said, helps the state punch above its weight in the continuing battle to protect networks and data against cyberattacks.
Anne Arundel County Public Schools (AACPS) will be installing AI-powered security cameras in their school bus fleet to help lower the number of negligent drivers who illegally pass by school bus stops.
The University of Albany’s new engineering building will house a $200 million public-private AI supercomputing initiative, through the university’s College of Engineering and Applied Sciences.